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iDeerApp Software Announces iDeer Blu-ray Player Update

Thursday, January 31, 2013 5:00 AM


BEIJING, Jan. 31, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- iDeerApp Software announces that iDeer Blu-ray Player has been updated to the latest 2013 version and now boasts new functions. Existing users can update to the  iDeer Blu-ray Player 2013 version for free. For new customers, iDeerApp Software offers a New Years discount. Through this update, iDeer Blu-ray Player will continue to accompany users in the new year.

iDeer Blu-ray Player for Mac and Windows v1.1.7 were released on January 29, 2013. In this version, the quality of the audio and video was enhanced and some new functions were added as following:

1. Audio and Video Sync, Subtitles Sync function added. If the audio or subtitles don't sync with a video, this function can help users solve this problem which often happens to AirX playback.

2. More Languages Supported. iDeer Blu-ray Player can now support many languages, including English, German, French, Japanese, Spanish, Italian, Russian, and Simplified Chinese.

3. Some of latest Blu-ray movies can now be played, including "Looper","Taken 2","Game of Thrones: The Complete Second Season" etc.

Users can enter the following page to learn how to update their iDeer Blu-ray Player software to the 2013 version: http://www.ideerapp.com/update-ideer-blu-ray-player-to-2013-version.html.

For new customers, iDeerApp Software offers a New Years discount for iDeer Blu-ray Player suite: Mac + Windows. With this suite, users can install iDeer Blu-ray Player on a Mac computer and a Windows at the same time. For more information, please visit the iDeer Blu-ray Player store page (http://www.ideerapp.com/purchase.html).

In addition, iDeerApp Software recently redesigned the iDeer Blu-ray Player "How to use" page. and the "For Newer" and "Technical Help" parts have also been rearranged. Users can now more easily find tutorials through entering their query into the search box on the site..  

iDeer Blu-ray Player makes it much easier to play Blu-ray discs, ISO files and other media formats on your computer. Any new user is eligible for a free trail.

Pricing and Availability:

iDeer Blu-ray Player for Mac or Windows is available through the official website at $59.95 and includes one-year extended upgrades service. Enter the official website now, to find a special offer allowing you to purchase the 2013 version. For only $59.95, you can enjoy Blu-ray Player Mac + Windows with lifetime extended upgrades service.

About iDeerApp Software

iDeerApp Software is an online provider for Blu-ray playback solution with its Blu-ray player software, Mac and Windows versions. 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.

SOURCE iDeerApp Software

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