Keep your movie collection well organized and retrieve information about any film with the help of this streamlined software solution.
- Version :220.127.116.11
- License :Demo
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :Itai Amir
MyFilms is a useful piece of software designed to aid you in keeping your movie collection organized. In addition, the utility can also help you quickly retrieve information about any film with just a few mouse clicks.
The main window of MyFilms encompasses all of the app’s features without using any other elements besides a standard toolbar with large buttons. While working with MyFilms is easy, the interface looks and feels outdated by modern standards, despite its customization options within its Settings window.
Keep your movie collection in tip-top shape
MyFilms comes with support for a wide variety of video formats, namely AVI, MPG, WMV, M4V, MP4 and VOB, so loading movies from your computer should not be a problem.
The app can be used to find detailed information about your movies, starting from trailers and soundtracks all the way up to subtitles. It can also retrieve the ‘Top 10 movies of the week’ list from US theaters.
You can add movies manually and organize your list by marking them as viewed or as favorites. Additionally, you can categorize your movies by genre, rating or their year of release.
Let down by the lack of an internal movie player
While the tool does a fair job of helping you organize your movies, it is not ideal when it comes to actually playing them. The most evident problem here is the fact that MyFilms does not come with its own built-in movie player, which automatically makes it dependent on third-party software.
The app tries to make up for this downside by advertising support for all video players, but you are still required to manually install them.
Not bad, but far from being the best app of this sort
Taking all things into consideration, MyFilms is a simple program that helps you organize your movie collection. It is true that it may be useful when it comes to managing large numbers of movies from your computer, but it is still a bit on the old side.
To sum up, the app would benefit greatly from a built-in player, for starters, and a revised interface that might feel more at home on modern versions of Windows.