I want to share this new gadget that I have in my desktop. It’s called the EasyLifeApp. This was recommended to me by a friend and some more online friends. This got me curious, so that I had to really Google it.
The first time I was quite pulled aback since there are quite a number of search results that would accuse it of being a virus. But now that I’ve installed it, trust me, the EasyLifeApp is not a virus!
As a matter of fact, it is partnered with the McAfee antivirus software, guaranteeing that it is totally safe and secure. When you visit their site: http://easylifeapp.com/, you will find this little icon just below the download link:
This certifies that this gadget is scanned daily with the McAfee antivirus software.
Anyway, here’s some screenshots of the EasyLifeApp:
The screenshot above features the games that are included in the EasyLifeApp. So when you do get bored, you can always find a way to have fun with these number of great games to choose from.
The screenshot above are links on how you could monetize from the internet. It works like your favorites in your Web browsers, only the EasyLifeApp has got them pre-installed with it. You won’t have to visit the pages one-by-one and add them as favorites. The EasyLifeApp has got you covered with all the information you need to advance your finances.
The screenshot above also list down links to the latest and trending topics you could find. It sure comes in handy, and gets you in the loop and updated all the time.
I really love the black and yellow feel of this gadget, though. It’s easy on the eyes. Really cool.
So go ahead, and try this great application now. I bet you’d love it as much as I do.
In the last few days I see a lot of bad posts on easylifeapp, I want to clean the name of this app.
With so many applications in the Web nowadays, it is only rightful that we become vigilant of the applications we get to download and install. This is because while there are many new applications, there are also a lot of new viruses and malwares, and at anytime you are subject to all these risks. Are you really willing to put all your systems and data at risk?
However, as much as there are new applications that bring viruses with them, there are also a lot applications that have been targeted by competitors to be publicized negatively. Again, this is only understandable since there are a lot of similar and competing applications available for free in the internet these days. The only possible way that one application is better patronized than the other is if the competing application gets bad publicity. And how else would an application have a bad publicity than being publicized as a virus?