myLinkCloud: A Really Slick Start Page For Your Favorite Websites

Dave LeClair 16-03-2013

Google is doing away with iGoogle towards the end of this year. Everyone who used it for their starting place on the web will certainly miss the cool features it offered, and will likely be looking for a replacement. myLinkCloud is hoping to be that replacement. It offers a very cool, visual interface that is easy for anyone to pick up and enjoy. It also offers plenty of deep flexibility that will keep the more tech-savvy user happy.



With myCloudLink, you choose your location, and it will automatically populate your page with popular links based on your country. If you don’t want to fine-tune the experience, you can simply enjoy the links provided and use it as your home screen. Sites like Twitter, Facebook, and Netflix are included by default, as is a news ticker from CNN.


Of course, many users will not be happy with the default sites, and will be looking to customize everything. With myLinkCloud, you can delete any of the start pages with just a couple of clicks, and adding new sites and news tickers is simple. You can even add search boxes for sites like Google, YouTube and more.

You can add as many or as few sites as you like to your page, so you can truly make it your own. You can also share your page with others, so you can form a collaborative page filled with all kinds of cool links.


Demo video:


  • Create a visual homepage for all your favorite sites.
  • Use preset lists or create your own.
  • Add search boxes and news tickers.
  • Share and colaborate with other users.

Find myLinkCloud @ [No Longer Available]

Affiliate Disclosure: By buying the products we recommend, you help keep the site alive. Read more.

Whatsapp Pinterest

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

  1. shantee
    May 1, 2013 at 3:35 pm

    Yes it's really neat. the best I have seen so far...The only cons is that it's too takes ages to load..It's kinda of a big drawback for a startpage !

  2. bben
    March 19, 2013 at 10:01 am

    This doesn't look like a viable replacement for igoogle at all - more like a replacement for the start menu. igoogle is not just a link, it has actual information on the start page - An actual google calendar - not just a link to a calendar, a news feed with 5 or 6 actual story headlines with an icon sized pic. An actual daily cartoon - not just a link to a cartoon. A local weather app that shows the current and next 3 days forecast. A email preview showing a short preview of about 6 emails. All of this without ever clicking any links. AND each of the thousands of available app is in it's own customizable box that can be re-sized and placed in the place you want it. AND you can have multiple pages of these. I'll just have to keep looking.

  3. toni
    March 17, 2013 at 11:45 am

    cool. input fields, rss feeds, complete individualisation. still beta, loading a bit slow... allows collaborative work with live sync - good for tems at work, teachers, student-groups etc..

  4. null
    March 16, 2013 at 3:56 pm

    Stupid. A bunch of links on a page, whoopdedoo. Nothing at all like igoogle, as alluded to in the article.