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#CyberMonday & #BlackFriday promo: Get a 50% discount on Backup4all Professional and novaPDF Professional.

This promotion is valid until November 29th, 2016 so be sure to order before it expires:

1. Get Backup4all Pro with a 50% discount:

2. Get novaPDF Pro with a 50% discount:

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FotoMix: The perfect mix of two pictures

Although some unpretentious image editing programs come with a lot of other features that help organizing a photo library, some do not. Why need browsing panels and batch conversion menus when all you need is to crop your friend out of a photo and put him on a weird background? Read the full review of FotoMix here:

#fotomix   #imageediting  

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Does not Commute: Refreshingly cool game!

Being fed up with racing games over the years has left me completely blind to any release, mobile or otherwise. But browsing today over what new free games might have appeared on Google Play, I stumbled across this little gem.

Read full review here:

#doesnotcommute   #game  

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SONY Vegas Pro Review: Accessible professionalism

Purchasing a media package has become quite a rare event in the past years. As professional tools have become subscription based, it appears that the industry is adopting the MMO games model.

Luckily for people who do not want a subscription in order to use a video editing program there's Sony Vegas. Read the full review here:

#sonyvegaspro   #sony   #sonyvegas  

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Burning on a leash
Nero has long been a household name. In last decade you would have found it on almost any computer.

Today however with the advent of so many data transfer options, burning discs has long lost the first option status. burning files on a disc is now mostly limited to showing pictures on ... Read the full review on

#nero   #neroburningrom  

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You can't deny that you've never tried iTunes at least once. At least because you bought an iPod or the like.

While common mp3 players were being accessed as easily as any flash memory drive, the content of an iPod could only be correctly read by Apple's own iTunes. Here's a full review on iTunes:

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