Digiarty Giveaway: WinX Mobile Video Converter

Digiarty has organized a “Back to School” promotion which includes a giveaway for WinX Mobile Video Converter. WinX Mobile Video Converter would normally sell for $49.95us but is available free as part of this promotion until 30th September.

**NOTE: In order to take advantage of this offer, you must “share” the giveaway on Facebook.

WinX Mobile Video Converter  Giveaway – the software

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 Your Ultimate Choice to Fast Convert Any Videos to Any Android Mobile Devices

It is a brand-new fast video converter to convert MKV, AVI, MP4, WMV, MOV, FLV, AVCHD, M2TS videos to any pop Android mobiles, tablets and players, which enables you to play different videos on The New HTC One, Android Samsung Galaxy S4, Galaxy Note, Amazon Kindle Fire, Google New Nexus 7, etc. It has as many as 200 built-in profiles, covering all prevailed Android devices with different resolutions and screen sizes.

Besides converting SD/HD/Multi-track HD videos to Android compatible video/music formats stably, it also can convert Blu-ray M2TS videos, HDTV videos, camcorder and phone recorded videos to Apple iPhone 4S/5, iPad Mini, iPad 4, Microsoft WP8 and Nokia mobiles to fulfill your dream of playing any videos on Android iOS Google devices on the go!

  • Supports: Microsoft® Windows 98, NT, 2000, 2003, XP, Vista (32 & 64 bit), Windows 7 (32 & 64 bit), Windows 8 (32 & 64 bit)

WinX Mobile Video Converter Giveaway – how to get it

Visit the “Back to School” promotion page here: http://www.winxdvd.com/specialoffer/back-to-school.htm. Scroll down the page until you see the giveaway section as per the screenshot under. Click on the “Get License Code” button and follow the prompts to share, your license code will then be revealed.

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