BetaNews, one of the most influential internet sources for IT news and analysis, publishes an article about CinemaDrape, titled “Remove desktop distractions in a flash with CinemaDrape”. They are calling CinemaDrape
“a more flexible way to focus solely on your areas of interest”, and believe that
“overall there’s no doubt that CinemaDrape works very well, and the program does provide plenty of configurability.”
CinemaDrape also gets reviewed on the SINA portal, the most recognized Internet brand name among Chinese communities globally:
“CinemaDrape is a very practical mini software. … Feel free to sketch on the screen one or more focus areas, that will be highlighted, while other areas will be hidden. … More features are waiting for you to explore. No need to install.”
The popular What’s On My PC blog writes another article about CinemaDrape, “Eliminate On Screen Information Overload With The NEW CinemaDrape”. The new article showcases the
“many important improvements and changes” in the new 2.0 Version, and ends with
“Great job to the developer(s) of CinemaDrape.”
TechCentral.ie, the online home of Ireland’s most well-known and respected technology magazines, reviews CinemaDrape in an article titled “Quickly remove desktop distractions with this simple tool”. They recommend it as
“a tiny tool which can blank out everything but particular desktop windows, so you can focus on those with no distractions from desktop gadgets, taskbar notifications or anything else.”
PixelHealer gets reviewed in Slovakia, on the Stiahnut.sk download portal:
“Using the app is very simple. Just select the desired locations on the screen and start the repair. … This is a great opportunity to remedy an undesirable situation before having to file complaints, or after the expiration of the warranty period.”
InjuredPixels also gets its share of reviews from different countries.
PC & Tech Authority, Australia’s premier computer magazine, gives its verdict:
“A simple and convenient tool which makes it much easier to locate dead pixels on an LCD display.” The editor believes that
“perhaps the most interesting aspect of the program is that it comes in the form on an HTA file, an HTML Application”, making it
“portable and highly compatible” and also
“relatively easy to customise”.
PC World Albanian Online, the leading source for daily tech info in the Albanian language, writes that InjuredPixels
“is very easy to use, as it requires no installation, and you can check for dead or stuck pixels immediately after launching.”
“Never thought that such a program existed” is the confession of the author of the Net9k Spanish blog, in a post titled “InjuredPixels: Find pixels that do not work on your screen”.
Last but not least, BetaNews also gets InjuredPixels in the news, with a memorable phrase that captures the spirit that all Aurelify apps try to embrace:
“As hardware diagnostics applications go, then, InjuredPixels is just about as simple a program as you’ll see. But it’s also capable, effective and easy to use.”