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Image Converter Plus is software for everyday image conversion into various graphics formats, image resizing and image processing.
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Image Converter Plus is software for everyday image conversion into various graphics formats, image resizing and image processing. Profile settings allow Image Converter Plus to do its job in a correct and effective manner with just a couple of mouse clicks.

Image Converter Plus greatly reduces the time it takes to convert and resize images, and what's more, it allows converting images without any flaws. Image quality is not degraded during the conversion process!

System Requirements:

Windows XP/Vista/7

Publisher:

fCoder Group

Homepage:

http://www.imageconverterplus.com/

File Size:

11.3 MB

Price:

$49

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#51

Nice--my only issue is the right-click preview. Really hangs things up when you may just be trying to use the right-click for something other than this product.

Reply   |   Comment by Geek Grrl  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#50

Is there ANY image conversion program where you can do batch editing where not every image has the EXACTLY the same settings?
An example:
Suppose you have a bunch of photos with a bluish tint which you want to remove, but each individual picture might need a little more or a little less of the blue reduction. Can this be done? I have all the image converters from Goatd over the years, but I don't believe any of them can do this.

Reply   |   Comment by janet  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#49

Today’s program is a Keeper!
I like it very much.
Video Tutorial is nice, too.
http://www.youtube.com/user/ImageConverterPlus#p/a/u/1/aniCSxb6La0
Two thumbs Way UP for today’s Image Converter Plus!

Tested OS:Vista(32)

Reply   |   Comment by jugem  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#48

One of the best ever giveaways.

Reply   |   Comment by Andrew  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#47

Any converting program has to pass a baseline test for me. This test consists of how the program handles stretching of a black-and-white image (1600x1200 24 Bit Depth 600ppi) to 300 times its original size, JPG 24(True Color,YCbCr)Bpp image quality 100, compression mode baseline (1:1:1(11:11:11) default), quality should be good, then recompressing the image back down to its original size and back to 300 times its size again. The resulting quality should still be good or the program has failed and is not worth reviewing further. For the programs that that passed this first step I continue to compress and re-stretch the image until the program fails to produce a good-quality image. As most would note as with any photograph that is stretched, compressed, stretched and compressed again Serious Degradation usually occurs. It is the speed at which this degradation occurs that is the nature of this test. Most programs don't make it past the second stretching before serious degradation has evolved (Format Factory, though one of my favorites, has fallen into this category).

I was quite impressed with Image Converter Plus, the program took five of these repetitions before any serious degradation of the photograph (minor blurring of features) had occurred. I have also run the same process using a color photograph with the same characteristics as the one mentioned above and with near the same result, still quite impressive.

For those who are wondering what type of photographs I used, it was that of the face of a child. Facial features suffer from degradation faster than any photograph I have ever used for this test.

Why black-and-white you might ask? Gray shading seems to be the hardest thing to duplicate for any program I have tested. Even Photoshop (which I use a lot), also fails at the fifth pass (the same time as Image Converter Plus).

So is the program worth getting? - YES.

Are there other freeware options that can do the same? - Though there are many freeware alternatives available that achieve a decent result after the first pass or two, I have found none that will pass this test past level 3.

My system is a Dell precision 490
Operating system windows XP Pro SP3


Ray

Reply   |   Comment by Ray  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#46

#8: "... The install was clean, but no doubt mike will complain that it actually adds files and registry entries to your computer. The EULA was written by an over-zealous lawyer. ..."

No offense even hinted at, I'm amused that you consider reading the EULA [usually an unenforceable, often not legally binding (you can't require illegal conditions), cut/paste affair] more important that what an app install does to Windows. :-)

At any rate, I wasn't aware my bias was *that* apparent & I'll try to do better :-) ... personally when looking at any app I want to know what it does, & what's the cost -- not just in dollars, but total cost from disk space to learning curve to does it mess with my Windows install. With Image Converter Plus for example, compared to IrfanView & XnView the right click profile access isn't worth the cost in disk space, the (relatively light, but still there) addition to registry bloat, & the fact I can't install it anywhere, everywhere, any time. Add in that the best it has to offer for re-sizing is bi-linear, & I'm even less impressed.

But that's me, & I do try to eliminate my own bias [unless I feel an app's really terrible], & just present what info I have so everyone can make up their own mind, & of course in hopes that at least some of it's useful to someone. Extracting setup file components & monitoring install is just what I do, & since it's sometimes time consuming, feel sharing the results might save someone else some time. I *try* to limit details of added files/folders/reg entries so they're not too terribly excessive, but still give an idea of impact plus a hint of where to look for leftovers if/when someone uninstalled the GOTD [and there often are leftovers]. Besides, between you & Ashraf & several others, Fubar, there's usually more than enough pros/cons posted. :-)

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#29: "Is this prog better than IrfanView?"

Depends on what you want/need since IMHO they don't *directly* compete. If you want to setup customized profiles, then right-click convert images using your profiles, maybe you'll like today's GOTD. If you want to do more than that, like editing, stick with IrfanView [or whatever you're using -- there are dozens of good apps avail].

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#31: "... driver installed just as a demo and watermark is obtained in Print. ..."

As in the directions [at top of page & in readme.txt file], you need to start the app, go to Help -> About -> Click the activate button -> paste the key from the readme.txt file...

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)
#45

I have been reading the comments on RAW conversion with interest. First of all, every manufacturer has to upgrade their RAW conversion every time that they increase their maximum Pixel count. So that is a moving target. Every photographer that I know of has their own favorite RAW processor, whether in a program or or stand alone. Then after conversion, the image is edited, even cursory edits, before the image is ready for publication, printing or sharing. So I do not see the lack of the most recent RAW cameras as a problem. I would not use this program before I converted an image into TIFF or another format and edited the image.

For its stated purpose, I think it is excellent and easier to use than cranking up my editing programs.

Reply   |   Comment by Rick Siegert  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)
#44

If you find the (Windows Explorer) shell integration annoying like I did, edit the icp.ini file. In the [Shell] section, you need to set Enable=0

Reply   |   Comment by Kaz  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#43

Installed and ran perfectly on Win7Pro x64. Took less than 10 minutes to download, install, register, and convert 77 600dpi color scanned images to 96dpi. User interface is both attractive and very intuitive and offers plenty of options. Output image quality is excellent; massive downsizing of scanned images like what I did is a real challenge to maintain image clarity, and ImageConverterPlus did a good job. Keeper.

#31 - The license number is in the README.TXT file. Read it!

Reply   |   Comment by Keter  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6)
#42

Image Converter Plus lets you set up *profiles*, a combination of re-size + format conversion + filter/FX, that you can access from Windows' right-click Context Menu. Other than that, i.e. for other purposes, it's very much a so-so image editing utility -- surprisingly it doesn't even offer bi-cubic re-sizing, let alone more advanced methods sometimes seen in freeware. [The lack of re-sizing algo's shouldn't be a problem if all you're doing is creating low-rez thumbnails.]

Bearing in mind that Image Converter Plus focuses on profiles you create & then access via the Context Menu [so the program window where you create profiles is less important], you get a 2 tabbed, re-sizable window -- 1 tab is for creating/managing profiles, & 1 tab lets you add photos, primarily to judge how the profile you're creating will look & work. Both tabs have a Show Preview/Hide Preview button, & with the preview showing there's a Generate button to show a small preview of how the image will look after applying your profile. Most of the export formats have a good number of settings [using the profile tab, click "more" after selecting your export format], & by clicking "Add Operation" you access the re-sizing dialog + several minor filters -- noticeably missing is any sort of automatic optimization as seen in many of these free & payware image utilities.

Image Converter Plus, itself takes up ~53MB, 210 files, 11 folders. Besides the Start Menu shortcuts, to store profiles 2 folders are added under Docs & Settings [My Docs & All Users Docs], while 4 logs are saved [along with converted images by default] to My Docs. One files is added to the system folder & registered with Windows: "cnvshell.dll". InstallWatch Pro recorded 318 new registry entries, but today's GOTD doesn't take over image file associations -- it isn't a file viewer/organizer sort of program, though it does include a separate app called My ViewPad where you can drag/drop images. The FAQ on the app's site says your hardware ID is used for activation, unlike many GOTD offers that can be (re)installed later.

Far as image converters are concerned, when I 1st started out with PCs I thought "Wow, now I can open & convert all these image formats". Years later I have yet to even see an image file in 99% of them. If I do ever get *stuck*, there's the portable version of XnView [http://portableapps.com/apps/graphics_pictures/xnview_portable] -- XnView itself [xnview.com] supports over 400 formats, & their site also has a Shell Extension, versions for Smartphone, PocketPC, MAC & Linux, And they've got fixpicture.org where you can convert images on-line.

Reply   |   Comment by mike  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+27)
#41

Program deserves a thumb-up for quality.

However, the developers don't explain well enough why it is worth $49. I compared a simple batch resize with this vs FastStone Viewer. Both worked well, as far as I could tell. In fact, I preferred the FastStone operation over this one as it seemed easier to understand to me. (I also prefer using FastStone Viewer to their viewer.)

So, why is IC+ supposed to be better? Does IC+ actually support a lot more formats -- $50 worth? Is the quality of the conversions actually better than that of FastStone's?

Also, I am one of those users who prefers a lot of options. I don't want any software attaching itself to Explorer's right-click-menu without an option to edit or remove it.

My suggestion to the company is to accentuate the advantages of your program over all others -- especially great free-for-home-use ones like FastStone and Irfanview.

Reply   |   Comment by Blaise  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+10)
#40

Totally don't understand the need for this software or why anyone would waste $50 on it, but as PT Barnum said, there's a fool born every minute (I'm paraphrasing).

The truth is, EVERY image editor I've ever used has "Save as" or other format conversion options for all the main raster file types .bmp, .jpg, .gif, .png, .tif etc. And if what you need is not covered, fire up FormatFactory (which is free).

So again, some software publisher from 1985 is hanging onto the last shred of hope that their buggywhip can hang on another month or two. Give up folks - develop some new stuff people need. I'm just sayin'.

Reply   |   Comment by James Smoksweedington  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#39

Good freeware alternative: FastStone Photo Resizer - one of the best there is, IMO.

Reply   |   Comment by Kieran  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#38

ImageConverter Plus is serious business – with images converting at light speed and dozens of options to choose from. However, it does not convert at perfect quality as advertised on their website – but it isn’t enough to notice unless you zoom in quite far. Some features do not work, such as the drag and drop function, but hopefully the folks developing can get that feature to see the light of day. Is ImageConverter Plus really worth $50? You can decide – the large amount of features may justify the large price.

Pros:
-Converts extremely quickly
-Little to no quality loss
-Large selection of image formats to choose from
-Large set of features to choose from
-Easy to use, clean interface
-Command Line support

Cons:
-Expensive at $50
-Some features do not work
-Image Quality is not perfect

For Netbooks:
-Works well under 1024×600 Resolution

Full Review

Reply   |   Comment by Brian  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#37

Thanks Andy (#34) - Sometimes the most simple solutions are the most difficult to see. - I love this comment board. Thanks GOTD for your website and this comment board which allows us to share helpful hints and tips.

Reply   |   Comment by prying1  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)
#36

I will stick to paint shop pro five it does what I need it to do with pictures.

Reply   |   Comment by Sharon  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-6)
#35

It...works well, LOTS of features, excellent GUI, but not 50$-worth, sorry. Here's the other reason Why?:

Eliminating installed-program bloat seems essential, and I've found a MUCH-better such Utility. Both in delivery-for-use, and function/effectiveness. That is RIOT, offered as a PlugIn for other Graphic Editors (Irf.,Gimp,PS++) or stand-alone (get PlugIn!).

It does what it does, as today's GOTD offering, so well, that its the "category-killer". Go ahead, compare as I just did with IC+ vs RIOT-Irfanview, and you'll understand, too. IC+, please consider the "senselessness" of a separate program for such a common niche-graphic task. Also, DO go PlugIn, if anything!

And for less $$. After all, we are ALL living as Greeks these days! :-) Tanx for the try!

Reply   |   Comment by antoniio  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)
#34

Re # 33. Instead of saving the zip file to the Download Folder, save the zip file to the desktop. That way you will always see the zip file in front of you. You will not forget to delete them then.

Reply   |   Comment by Andy  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+10)
#33

@ # 25 Charlie - I find that my 'download' folder gets full of 'zipped' folders. Deleting them and the 'extracted' folders that are used to install the 'real' program once got me over 2 gigs of space. I've probably got another gig right now as I type this. - - - I get to playing with the programs right away and forget to clean out the parts of this process that are useless hard drive space fillers the next day.

Reply   |   Comment by prying1  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#32

My favorite viewer/converter still wins, IMHO. IrfanView can easily be overlooked as a first class image convert/resizer. What really makes it a champ is that not only does it support almost every image format imaginable, it's truly batch driven -- you can do just about every operation from both the GUI and the command line. www.irfanview.com It's free for personal and non-commercial use (like schools).

Reply   |   Comment by Gzint  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+18)
#31

Unfortunately, at download, I do not received any instructions file and no REGISTRATION code or serial number. driver installed just as a demo and watermark is obtained in Print.
I tried the two options for download as an automatic installation and as a zip extract file.

Does anyone have a solution or suggestion?

Reply   |   Comment by laor noam  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-15)
#30

All this and more in the always free Irfanview

Reply   |   Comment by Jeff  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)
#29

Is this prog better than IrfanView?

Reply   |   Comment by drvajra  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-7)
#28

I love software that just plain works. Image Converter Plus is one of those rare programs that fits the bill. If you have a bunch of photos (taken by your wife) at way to high a resolution ICP will quickly re- size and or adjust the image quality to save space on your hard drive. I am still playing with some of the other features and grinning from ear to ear.
`Nough said... its a winner in my book.

Reply   |   Comment by jmchism  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#27

Tried downloading and installing three times and still get same results - Error code #5 when creating last directories. Looks like it installs okay even though the directories could not be created(cannot see which because message is truncated) but when running the program after "successfully" activating "About" still shows "Demo". No help online for this issue. Therefore I'll pass on this one. Waste of time downloading and not worth the effort.

Reply   |   Comment by Bern-Dog  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-5)
#26

Looks like a nice program , but as my machine is full to bursting point with GAOTD freebies I think I'll just stick with VSO Image Resizer. I must uninstall some of these GAOTD's ...but ..I ..cant !!

Reply   |   Comment by charlie  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#25

So far I love it. The little feedback icons alone are worth it. They show the company cares and they have a sence of humor. I got it for the batch resizing feature. If that works it will be worth three times the price. I have adobe photoship CS4 suite... and have never been able to get that thing to batch resize for anything. Over a grand on this suite and something that simple is made so very complex. So, it this works they can charge me three times for the renewal and I will pay for sure.

Reply   |   Comment by badgirl  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)
#24

You have to manually enter the activation key.
Cut and paste the key from the readme.txt


But the screen is a clutter of options! Far too many for most peoples needs. I can do most of this with the very simple image resizer power toy from microsoft.

The problem here is the programmer has done the systems analysis.
Thats never a good idea.

Sorry, but its an uninstall from me.

Reply   |   Comment by Bill  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#23

Works well for me on Windows 7 Ultimate x64. A good program four your graphics tool box.

Reply   |   Comment by malahy47  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)
#22

Wouldnt be able to use it since I own a Canon T2i and
according to their CR2 file support, latest supported
is Canon 400. Canon T2i is a 550 .
And no updates so not going to be able to use this program.

Reply   |   Comment by anon  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)
#21

Install on Vista Ultimate 64 had no problems.
Tried conversion from .wpg (wordperfect) to .jpg
Most graphic converted just fine, some did not, with no explanation.
Good product for me, just a little steep on the retail side for one computer.

Reply   |   Comment by ande  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#20

#7 i've tryed this software for your comment and in effect the crw format is listed with the other but when i try to convert some crw images to jpg, don't work ... Selecting from the gui interfaces with single files don't put anything in the grid. Selecting with the complete folder, put all the jpg but not the crw. Using the explorer interfaces, don't activate the "convert to" when over a crw but work when over a jpg. So, for me this don't work with raw files ... :-(

Reply   |   Comment by Thor  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#19

no problems installing, registering or running software in win7 x32. quick. easy to use. lots of available formats to convert to.
works for me. keeper. thumbs up!

thanks GAOTD!

Reply   |   Comment by John  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#18

#15, Poseidon, actually use the program or read the resize help before posting false statements. Point your mouse at the relevant items down the left side of the page. Every operation in ImageConverter Plus has a "?" on the right side which takes you to the relevant help in most cases.

Reply   |   Comment by Fubar  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+32)
#17

I found it, click operations then the highlighted area also called operations once you click new profile. No need to right click this way but right click would have been nice.

The GUI is ok but they could have made a menu to the left for easier use. I will keep it for a bit to play but so far no new features beyond what I already have.

Thanks Giveaway of the Day and fCoder Group.

Vidimo Se!

Reply   |   Comment by Steelers6  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+14)
#16

Installation on widows 64 bit OS was easy and it took the serial number straight away.

I seem to be missing the conversion area as I don't show how to change the pixels or re-size. It may just be me and or Windows 7. Right click does nothing.

If I can get it to work it looks like a decent software. Similar can also be done in MS. products and Faststone.

Reply   |   Comment by Steelers6  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#15

Nothing special or great at all about this program. Just has the standard image conversions and resizing options included in other common image programs. Unfortunately it lacks the option to resize the image according to proportion eg You cant select 50% of original size. To achieve this relatively simple exercise you must first find the original size of your picture then calculate the new size required. Makes a simple exercise very complicated!

Reply   |   Comment by Poseidon  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+21)
#14

Format Factory does all this and more...and it is always free.

Reply   |   Comment by DrLongBear  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+39)
#13

Are there any significant differences in image quality after conversion between this software and freeware such as FastStone Image Viewer? I would like not to install too many similar softwares on my PC.

Reply   |   Comment by Apiwat  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-9)
#12

wow , it is really impressed . this program is special suited for newbies who need to do some photo editing job , other than using so complicated Adobe Photoshop, which is totally a nightmare for me.

Reply   |   Comment by videofan  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#11

you can resize images with the windows photo gallery and convert to other formats using the save as feature in paint. This software justs puts this into one app and sells for a high price. rip off much!?

Reply   |   Comment by 15Donkeys  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-33)
#10

Is this software better than VSO image resizer?

Reply   |   Comment by nignag  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-34)
#9

Pretty useful and highly fitted out program.. One big disappointment, was the PDF conversion, especially to Tiff.. Terrible results.. 3/5
Still a keeper..

Reply   |   Comment by Paul Grenfell  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+21)
#8

This is an interesting utility. The install was clean, but no doubt mike will complain that it actually adds files and registry entries to your computer. The EULA was written by an over-zealous lawyer. There are two utilities, ImageConverter Plus 8.0 and ViewPad. ViewPad lets you set file associations, but it doesn't set any by default. The Help is on the web, and there's a very basic Flash movie. ImageConverter Plus is curious because it's both simple and appears to be somewhat professional, but there are simple mistakes. It dumps a bunch of log files into your Documents folder. The ViewPad settings are for all users rather than per-user. It changes its scripts whenever you use it, even if you didn't do anything and didn't tell it to modify the scripts. (Incidentally, Genie Timeline's Restore failed.) The image file context menu worked fine on 32-bit Vista, see the Flash movie for use (it displays the selected image in the context menu).

Since these types of utilities all work differently, I think this is worth downloading today. ImageConverter Plus is weak on watermarking for example, but has lots of advanced options for saving some image file formats. There are lots of alternatives which have many more overall features, such as IrfanView and FastStone Image Viewer.

Reply   |   Comment by Fubar  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+71)
#7

Installed it on Win 7 x32. Looks very promising, converts a variety of RAW camera formats, which is uncommon in freeware alternatives.

Reply   |   Comment by ostrov  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+9)
#6

The program leaves debug and error log files in the My Documents directory. This should be fixed, the temp directory seems a better place for such files.

Reply   |   Comment by paul  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+43)
#5

Program window stays floating on top of any other window, no matter if I click ImageConverter window or any other open window. Only the 'Show Desktop' button in the Quick Launch bar enables me to work in another window, whilst minimizing the ImageConverter window.
Also, of course clicking the minimize button of ImageConverter itself brings other open windows to front.
This on-top-floating-window-thing is a very annoying feature, and should be fixed in next version.
On the other hand the feature of creating profiles for specific defined conversion tasks is a good one.
My OS = XP SP3 (us english)

Reply   |   Comment by paul  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+17)
#4

This is Great to covert and resize a batch of photos for my web pages.
Very easy to use. Watch the video on the help web page. gives all the ins/outs on how to use.
May not be Photoshop or ACDSee Pro but5 does the job with out all the extra bells.
THX GOTD, its a KEEPER!

Reply   |   Comment by dp331  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+20)
#3

Pros:
Set up different profiles for different conversions. Each with its own operations. I can save "profile jpg 1" making it resize files to 1680x1050, 75% jpg, watermark it, crop it, etc. Can resize multiple files at once and specify an output folder.

Cons:
Shell integration not working on my windows 7 x64 (right click image -> convert to __ feature)

Reply   |   Comment by Blu  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+49)
#2

Just an FYI: Carefully follow the registration procedure with the code in the text file (supplied) AND the website key which you will receive in process.
.
No personal data asked for but still a 2-key process. Don't just keep clicking through with the code from activation.
.
Thank you GAOTD and fCoder Group...off to try it out.

Reply   |   Comment by Expedia  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+59)
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SideSwype Giveaway
A beautiful minimal block puzzle game from the creator of Slydris and CRUSH!
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CRUSH! Giveaway
WARNING: This game is hard! If you survive for 2 minutes, you are doing really well.
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Inferno+ Giveaway
Explore the gauntlet of stylish environments, destroy hordes of enemies, and upgrade your ship along the way.
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AirPano Travel Book Giveaway
Get ready for the amazing virtual travel experience!
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Converter - Offline Material Unit Measurements Giveaway
A simple unit conversion app for Android.
$1.29 ➞ free today
Air Navigation Pro Giveaway
A high-quality flight assistant app, with real time GPS navigation for mainly VFR pilots.
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Talkman Giveaway
Talkman is a text reader and audio player.
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Stone Of Souls HD Giveaway
You'll have to find out where the evil is born and if the Stone Of Souls is the only artifact.
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Stone Of Souls 2: Stone Parts Giveaway
Stop all the madmen who summon evil spirits from the world of dead!
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