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iDeerApp Software Makes Special Holiday Offer for Blu-Ray Playback

BEIJING, Dec. 24, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- iDeerApp Software has released its iDeer Christmas special offer for all users, existing or new. Users can now acquire iDeer Blu-ray Player Mac + Windows at a very cost-effective price with lifetime extended upgrade service.

iDeer Blu-ray Player has come a long way to become one of the best Blu-ray players. Now with iDeer Blu-ray Player, users can play Blu-ray discs or files on any Mac or Windows computers without any trouble.

This Christmas season, iDeerApp Software has released a special offer: iDeer Blu-ray Player Mac + Windows, with lifetime extended upgrade service, for only $59.95. Users can save a total of $137.95, for the lowest price in 2012. The promotion will be valid for a limited time, and the offer may not be combined with any other special offers.

iDeer Blu-ray Player makes it much easier to play Blu-ray discs, ISO files and other media formats on the computer. After years of development, this Blu-ray player software is fully compatible with Mac & Windows operating systems, including the latest Windows 8 and Mac OS X 10.8. The 1080p video and DTS 5.1 audio systems were included for a better audiovisual experience. AirX technology makes it possible for users to watch Blu-ray on their mobile devices, including Apple products. Users can also share Blu-ray movie information on Facebook or Twitter with one click of the "Share" button. Any new user is eligible for a free trial. The free download is available at: http://www.ideerapp.com/download.html

In addition, Christmas background pictures for iDeer Blu-ray Player are now available at http://www.ideerapp.com/change-wallpaper-on-player. Users can directly enter this site and download their favorite pictures to change their Blu-ray player interface skin. They can also upload beautiful pictures via Facebook or Twitter directly to share with other users.

Pricing and Availability:

iDeer Blu-ray Player for Mac or Windows is available through the official online website (http://www.ideerapp.com/) for $59.95, with one-year extended upgrade service. Now on the official website, there is a special offer for Christmas: only $59.95 for Blu-ray Player Mac + Windows, version 1.1.1, with lifetime extended upgrade service. Before purchase, users are allowed to experience the software's full features through the free Blu-ray player for DVD and general video formats.

About iDeerApp Software

iDeerApp Software is an online provider of Blu-ray playback solutions, with Mac and Windows versions of its Blu-ray player software. iDeer Blu-ray Player can play Blu-ray discs, Blu-ray ISO files and other multimedia formats on both Mac and Windows operating systems. For more details about iDeerApp Software and its Blu-ray player, please visit: http://www.ideerapp.com

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