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Giveaway of the day — PDFZilla 1.2.11

Convert PDF into editable MS Word documents in 3 clicks!
$29.95 EXPIRED
User rating: 573 (54%) 496 (46%) 42 comments

PDFZilla 1.2.11 was available as a giveaway on February 12, 2013!

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PDFZilla is a desktop application that quickly and accurately converts PDF files into editable MS Word Documents, Rich Text Documents, Plain Text Files, Images, HTML Files, and Shockwave Flash SWF Files.

Features:

  • Editable - edit your PDF documents in MS Word!
  • Easy to use - convert PDF to Word document in just 3 clicks.
  • High Quality - convert PDF to Word with both text and graphical data preserved.
  • Page Selection - convert selected pages of PDF File to Word document.
  • Batch Mode - convert more than 10,000,000 PDF files to Word at the same time.

Supported output formats list:

  • DOC - MS Word
  • RTF - Rich Text Format
  • TXT - Plain Text
  • BMP - Bitmap Image
  • JPG - JPEG Image
  • GIF - Graphics Interchange Format
  • TIF - Tagged Image File Format
  • HTML - HyperText Mark-up Language File
  • SWF - Shockwave Flash Format

System Requirements:

Windows 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 7

Publisher:

PDFZilla.com

Homepage:

http://www.pdfzilla.com/

File Size:

14.9 MB

Price:

$29.95

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#42

@#27 Giovanni

Re PDF to Word Converter (Brothersoft paid-for program)
Interestingly, this looks like and runs very much like the GiveAway (with some cosmetic differences), even down to wanting to install in C:\ with seemingly identical output. But in summary, ugh!

I think UniPDF is the gold standard at present.

PDFCore OK for OCR but I found better for that purpose.

Reply   |   Comment by Steve  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#41

well I to tried to convert a pdf to word format ( just a text PDF document) and found the conversion not to be so great with garbled places in the document, however I also tried the html conversion and flash conversion with great success! I actual used PDFzilla last time it was provided here and found the Flash conversion great as you could either make an auto slide show or add scroll buttons. It worked great for my Microgames Website. I used Pdfzilla for making flash comics and old books to be viewed and found it to be easy to use and was quit happy with the out put.

Thanks GOTD and PDFzilla for todays download.

Reply   |   Comment by Ron  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+2)
#40

Really? @2 and @11...I can see where someone might wishfully think that today's software might run on Windows 98 (it can't) but Windows 3.1?? Commodore 64??? Are you kidding? You're talking about 20-25+ years old operating systems. All these operating systems run 16-bit programs or LESS and they will NEVER run today's software. Why don't you check out eBay and get yourselves a newer operating system, like Win XP, Vista or Win 7?? Most are dirt cheap, the older, the cheaper, and if you purchase an unopened retail package, you'll be pretty safe (also PayPal has much improved guarantees on your purchases.) I suppose you also voted the program down; that's hardly fair to the program's creator. Who would ever guess that someone can't read the "System Requirements" beforehand, or that someone out there actually expects to run 32-64 bit software on Win 3.1 or Commodore 64?

Reply   |   Comment by Grateful  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-6)
#39

Giovanni: You have earned a great name; however, you need to visit the GAOTD forum and read any criticism about you. For example, crapware coming with software recommended by Giovanni... perhaps you must test them before you recommend.
Thanks for your great contribution.

Reply   |   Comment by drvajra  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#38

Some of you commenters are arrogant and don't realize how little you know.

It's helpful for a software developer to tell as much as possible about their program, even that it won't run on win95 or Win98. People writing code and in the US and other countries still use those OS's for different reasons.

Older OS's are more secure, don't leave the same digital footprint (metadata), aren't a target of virii and hackers and they don't have all the "back doors" the current OS's do. Many hosting servers use *NIX OS's not Windows OS's.

There are different CLASSES of USERS. Some are high end Expert users that developed the foundations for what you do TODAY. They still support legacy (older) hardware and software. Their code may live on an older PC for upgrade purposes.

Masters of older Operating Sytems (and current ones) are often called upon to MIGRATE FORWARD DATA from older machines. That means get the data off an older system and move it to a new machine. Some of that data requires the original program, for it to be viewed and exported.

You never find the most knowledgeable people here mocking others' comments.

We have more data on the Civil War than we do from the War in Vietnam. Why? During the Civil War they wrote on PAPER which is archival and can be read.

During the Vietnam War, data was on tapes that needed a huge room sized dinosaur computer. And where are they now?

Why don't you tell me how they migrate that data forward without a running dinosaur?

The people who can actually run a very old computer, who also come to this site, have FORGOTTEN MORE than you clueless, laughing commenters will ever know.

Reply   |   Comment by Legacy Data  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#37

@ All the Win98 haters......
Did @2 actually say he was using a win98 machine?
He could be running a virtual windows 98.
I have both 98 and XP running as VMs on my win7 as there are plenty of great games that aren't forward compatible. ('Powerslide' for one)

Reply   |   Comment by AUS_Doug  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#36

@19 Ditto. ROYAL pain. I don't usually get caught but that was a particularly sneaky one.

Reply   |   Comment by TerryB  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)
#35

#21 Was that a TI99 4A? You'll find a Marantz deck will keep its speed.

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

First time that a "zilla" program did not perform as promised. As usual, Ashraf nailed it. Wow. Not only does the program make line-by-line text boxes with parts of lines and words left out, it appears that every manner of formatting is simply removed, as in, "Paste Special... no formatting," right?

If I have not been thankful a hundred times for Ashraf's input, this UNIPDF freeware alternative is the one that slams it home. Paid or free, and we've had many, UNIPDF is the mammy jammy.

Thanks, GOTD, and thanks Ashraf. Sorry, two thumbs down on PDFzilla

Reply   |   Comment by Leigh Carson  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)
#33

WARNING: Whatever the merits of PDFCore (see above), installation leaves you with a persistent demand to install Conduit players.

Reply   |   Comment by Brian  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+13)
#32

@ #22: Thanks for the heads-up re the PDF Core freeware. Seems more and more freeware is being bundled with crapware that's hidden beneath other more obvious crapware that can be optionally unchecked. And hidden crapware is malware by any reckoning. To be fair to today's developer, PDFZilla's own uninstall routine cleared everything: Revo found no left-over registry entries or files/folders.

Reply   |   Comment by MikeR  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+10)
#31

When you finish making fun of the Win '98, consider this. His computer boots in a fraction of the time that yours does. It doesn't try to protect him from himself. It uses less space on the HD than some of these giveaways. There are no 'updates' that screw things up.

Most importantly, no one and nothing is trying to hack into a '98 system. They're looking for you, Mr. Newest but not Best. ;)

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

PDF-zilla does sound like it is open source (and free) like FileZILLA and MoZILLA... it's not. Years ago I was thrilled to read the claims of this software because I need to do such conversions all the time. I was grossly disappointed with PDFzilla. It's an underachiever even if only regarded as a toy.

Libre Office, which is open source and free and will run on a wide variety of operating systems actually will import PDF documents into its own word processor that works very much like MS Word 2003, which is still the world's most popular word processor. Libre (and its sister Open Office) also are very popular and have huge followings so when you do get stuck on just how to do something, "googling" your question will almost always find a quick answer. If you have a real need to convert PDF files into editable text, that's the route I recommend (and use).

PDFzilla can do an adequate job on simple PDFs which already have been OCRd or were distilled from a word processor, such that they contain the actual original keystrokes in ASCII, rather than just photographs of printed pages. So if you scan a paper document into PDF, and don't OCR it, there is no actual "text" in the resulting file to extract, there is only a photograph of text.

As soon as the original PDF involves anything other than the simplest formatting such as we might find in a business letter, PDFzilla starts to have problems recognizing the formatting it and converting it into the codes used by DOC files to specify things like columns and margins and tell the difference between a header and body text such that the result, while it IS actually "editable" in WORD, is a mess. It needs a LOT of editing to make it resemble the original. It requires so much in some cases that it would be quicker to just retype the PDF into your word processor manually.

Truth be told, even Acrobat Professional has problems with its built-in 'save as WORD DOC format' command when we get into complex layouts, such as multi-column pages with headers and footers and section headings and page numbers and pictures and hot links all on the page. Each kind of content has to be recognized and correctly inserted into the output DOC file with the same codes MS WORD inserted when it was first created, and that is a very complex thing to do if only because the range of possibilities is so vast it's difficult for a mere machine to "reverse engineer" a typographically complex page.

Libre Office isn't infallible on that front either but does much better than either PDFzilla or Acrobat Professional itself. This is true even of documents which were distilled from WORD to PDF with Acrobat professional. It can't always put them back into WORD format without some issues.

If all you need to do is extract a paragraph or two to quote in something you're writing, for instance, almost any of these programs could help you do that. They can all actually "get the text out" (assuming it is there in the PDF in question to start with) into what can be called an "editable form." As for complex formatting and content that is something other than plain text, well, that is where the 'editing' comes in, you're going to have to do some to have a Word processor file that closely resembles the original.

Basically Libre Office, since it can both import and edit PDF files and export anything either to PDF or MS-WORD DOC format, and is FREE and does almost everything else the Microsoft Office Suite does, is probably the best tool for those who need to work with PDFs. MS OFFICE with Acrobat Pro can make superb quality PDFs from WORD files but you are looking at a very hefty price tag for that pair of bloatware suites. As for importing PDF files for editing, Libre Office is BETTER. Acrobat Professional can of course do OCR if the PDF scan is of good quality (clean, crisp, clear type). Even in the best of circumstances, however, it is not 100% accurate and still needs editing, or at least careful proofreading if accuracy is important to you.

There aren't too many applications I can think of where PDFzilla would be the tool of choice. It has free competitors which work as well or better at the single function it offers, converting a PDF into an editable word processor file.

DT

Reply   |   Comment by Doug Thompson  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+28)
#29

For some reason, I can't get this to run on my custom built machine running on an Atari 2600 based processor. I also have a TI99, but the punch card system is still going and I will await those results.

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

I'm disappointed that this software didn't try to destroy Tokyo. It should be ashamed of riding on the coat tails of Godzilla if it isn't going to go on a rampage. It also refused to install on my Timex Sinclair 1000, so no deal...

Reply   |   Comment by dr. noh  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)
#27

# 20

Thanks Steve!!

I usually use Pdfcore for OCR....
Yes, PDF To Word Converter preserve hyperlinks which is a great feature for a FREE program, isn't it?

Have you tried this?

http://www.pdfwordconverter.net/pdf-to-word-converter-features.html

Reply   |   Comment by Giovanni  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+14)
#26

I have tried most of those converters, verdict, none will do a proper conversi1ons.
Some come acceptable, some are total disaster including PDFZILLA.
If the PDF file contains pictures, text and links, the conversion will fail. Do not expect good results all of the times, can not be done.

Reply   |   Comment by mARKiii  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)
#25

I'm still laughing at #2...warning all that are still using Windows 98! lol I'm sorry...but if you are still using a 15 year old operating system...you have bigger problems to worry about.

Reply   |   Comment by Harold  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)
#24

btw UniPDF produces output of as good a quality as I've seen anywhere else, whilst also supporting batch conversion. Thank you, Ashraf.

Reply   |   Comment by Steve  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#23

Skip this GOTD.
Because other giveaway site has given previously,a version that can be installed at any time. No 24 hour limit.
Very much prefer that.

Reply   |   Comment by ric  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-5)
#22

#19, I'm glad you were able to uninstall. Hopefully, you didn't install the "PDFCore" that Giovanni recommended. That sucker is hard to get rid of. I was careful to uncheck the extra stuff they tried to sneak onto my machine, but a hidden "radio toolbar" got past me. It took quite a while with Revo and then Chrome extension removal to clean things up. I think I'm back to normal now.

Reply   |   Comment by RH  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+18)
#21

@11, guess you should have gotten a TI99. It's loading but it may take a while, my cassette deck seems to be running a bit slow today. I'll keep you posted.

Reply   |   Comment by tc1uscg  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+9)
#20

For what it's worth, I compared the output from PDFZilla, the free PDFCore (cited by Giovanni) and the online converter at http://www.pdfonline.com/pdf-to-word-converter/".

The first was a mish-mash of text boxes and misinterpreted colours. The second lost all colour, images and layout but (errm) at least it was a continuous block of text.

As for the third? What resulted was an .rtf document which, when loaded into Word, looked as good as the original PDF and had everything including working hyperlinks intact. So this is what's possible with decent software!

Why would anyone pay for PDFZilla? The developer has a huge way to go.

Reply   |   Comment by Steve  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+36)
#19

Waste of time: how the developer thinks it can get away with such brazen misinformation as appears in relation to this software is beyond me. It "quickly and accurately converts PDF files into editable MS Word documents. . ." Not on this planet it doesn't -- nor this life-time, either.

Unimpressive from the start -- no developer serious about the product they're selling is so downright lazy / incompetent as to just dump the darn thing on the user's C Drive, as is the case here -- PDFZilla has in my test this morning not even remembered that the default output folder (yup, C: yet again) has been changed by me.

Throwing a standard pdf brochure at the software resulted in a conversion where image retrieval was accurate but text boxes were everywhere, with various text box collisions and unintelligible over-laying. The original pdf varied from portrait A4 front and back cover to double page spread but PDFZilla couldn't handle the set-up here and no amount of trying to fix document set-up margins and print boundaries in Word achieved anything: hard copy output simply didn't occur.

Nowadays there are many apps capable of editing a pdf file without having to go to the hassle of converting first. All PDFZilla managed to achieve was a reminder not to use PDFZilla.

Uninstalled.

Reply   |   Comment by MikeR  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+48)
#18

#6, goodgotd:

I think you missed the original posters points... They rendered the COMPRESSED scanned PDF document into UNCOMPRESSED BMP images in the "HTML" file. They should have used any avaialable lossless compression or near-lossless recompression rather than an uncompressed raster format like BMP or if the PDF rasters where compressed in JPEG format internally to transcode them losslessly to embeded JPG images in the "HTML" document.

And with the second PDF to HTML the expectation is that RASTER content would be rendered as JPG or other relevent image format and the text, which may contain active URL's, be convereted into HTML source code and so have the ability to preserve embeded URLs.

PDF to HTML should not render real text and real URL's and embeded images into flat JPG files of each page and a little bit of HTML to present them one page at a time. As that's a major cop-out.

A nearer conversion would be PDF to RTF, then convert RTF to HTML at the source code level not by rendering it to a raster file and embeding it in HTML img anchor.

Reply   |   Comment by TK  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+10)
#17

#2 did you say Win 98, seriously Win 98, Me dos think PeterM needs to upgrade.

Reply   |   Comment by FreewareJunkie  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)
#16

Installed easily. Ran a couple of test files. Output was garbled cr@p. Each line of text from the PDF became a cell in Word. Editing anything became a nightmare. *uninstall*

Reply   |   Comment by Lou  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+14)
#15

Already given away several times in the past, this GAOTD does its dirty job pretty well.

Its main weak point is definitely the quality of the DOC format output files, which is not good enough (see Ashraf's samples for more details)!!

So overall is a good but not great PDF converter (good for converting PDF to IMAGES, not so good to convert PDF to TEXT) and honestly I would never pay 30$ for a program like this!!

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Preview PDF files and change metadata like title, author, subject, etc.;
Convert PDF to Image or Convert Image to PDF;
Convert PDF to TXT or Convert PDF to Word;
Merge PDF or Split PDF;
Scan Paper Documents to PDF;
PDF OCR to Extract Text;
PDF Encryption/Password Removal & Digital Signature

pdfcore. c o m

Other excellent FREE PDF to WORD/HTML/IMAGES converters are also thes (google them):

PDF To Word Converter
Free PDF to Word Doc Converter v1.1
PDFMate
PDF to Word Converter 4.0.1
Free PDF to HTML 1.0

The developer of this GAOTD claims the ability of his program to convert encrypted PDFs (owner and user), but users must enter the right password during coversion, making the batch processing pretty much useless if you have many password protected PDf files to be converted.

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Enjoy!!

My 2 cents for today's giveaway!!

Reply   |   Comment by Giovanni (I eat and sleep for FREE)  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+141)
#14

free alternative : http://download.cnet.com/Free-PDF-to-Word/3000-10743_4-75732609.html

Reply   |   Comment by Cap  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+24)
#13

didn't even install just get invalid key. However i think this is the firewall at work blocking the install, presume its using some non standard port again

Reply   |   Comment by goldwinguk  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-22)
#12

I'm curious. How many PDF converters have been given away on this site in the last month? Four? Five? Maybe, six? Who has that many PDFs to convert?

I'm glad to know that it doesn't work on Windows 98. I suppose it wouldn't work on Windows 3.1 either, would it? If I get in my time machine an travel back 20 years with a copy of this program, would I be able to make 100's of dollars off the PDFs I could convert? I don't think the non-commercial restriction would apply if I used it before I downloaded it.

PDFs are "Pretty Darn Fantastic" to begin with. I don't think I want to convert all my cute lil PDF's into some huge corporate Word file anyway.

Reply   |   Comment by Swamp Thing  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-22)
#11

yeah, this doesn't work on Windows 3.1 or my Commodore 64, so no thanks.

;)

Reply   |   Comment by tim  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+44)
#10

Terrible name. ...zilla is generally an suffix for freeware. It seems like they were going for the coattails of Mozilla. They should be ashamed of themselves for using that name. It's just plain deceptive. I would pass on it for that reason alone.

Reply   |   Comment by Mark J  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-40)
#9

PDFZilla has a simple, even sparse 'get-the-job-done' interface - although there is some redundancy between the file menu and icon bar.

You have to choose the particular file type to convert to upfront - without being able to amend this without restarting - so no mixed batches.

I could only get 'add file' to to add a single file at a time. There are no 'select all' or 'multiple select' options via either mouse or keyboard. I'd definitely want to see this changed. In the meantime, drag and drop is your best option.

Add folder is quicker (I don't think it does the sub-folders) but only if you want to do all the files, because it also seems that you can only remove single files or the entire batch. Another thing to fix.

The Settings item on the file menu could usefully be expanded to set a default output (and input?) folder(s). The program does remember your last output folder (but not the input location). It would be nice to add history use.

As a new feature, it would seem a useful thing to be able to send files for conversion via the Explorer context menu rather than having to open PDFZilla first.

Odd use of icons. Somehow, I think of a play '>' as the right symbol for go, rather than a cog, which smacks more of settings - but that's just me.

Conversion to Word is only to .DOC rather than .DOCX. Opening converted files in Word 2007, the 'select conversion from file type' box opens up, rather than the files opening directly. The .RTF option results in a file with text and pics imported OK but, looking at a 2 column document, certainly not with formatting fully intact. There would be fair amount of work to do on tidying up my test files. My output seems to be made up of multiple text boxes, generally 1 per line.

Converting a faulty PDF (created to test the application's error handling) results in the program crashing. It'd be a shame if that happens shortly after you've started one of those 10 million plus batches.

The program does what it's meant to - sort of - but the results aren't brilliant and the useability could do with a boost. Next time round, perhaps?

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

As noted by others, the installation process is quite clumsy, and the output of the program is not good. PDF files are converted to .rtf or .doc formats, but links are lost, output is sometimes jumbled, and the text boxes used in the output files make editing of the document too time consuming to be worthwhile. Output files that can't be edited are no more useful to me than are .pdf files. I'm going to uninstall this program.

Reply   |   Comment by Matt Byng  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+36)
#7

@ #2/PeterM: "System Requirements: Windows 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 7"

Reply   |   Comment by Mark  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+30)
#6

@ #3: now I gotta install and try this thing just because neither of those 'tests' make sense.

PDFZilla makes no claim to do OCR, or add hyperlinks to the jpg specs, either.

Seconds?

Reply   |   Comment by goodgotd  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+14)
#5

I had 1.2.9 from an earlier giveaway. I just installed this in the same folder, entered the key and the program is ready to go. I don't have a great need for PDF files so this handles my simple needs well. I will let others reveiew the quality of the program. I can say the installation was smooth and easy.

Reply   |   Comment by dadams  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#4

i tried to convert a pdf to doc and all I got was a garbled up document with no layout preservation, numerous lines of text written one over another. as soon as you have just a wee bit complicated layout, different sizes of text etc., this program does not stand a chance. uninstall.

Reply   |   Comment by einstein  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+44)
#3

Installed fine on Win XPSP3

Test converted two files to HTML:

1. PDF (243kb) of a scanned document that included handwritten notes, this resulted in a HTML file containing 25Mb of bmp files.

2. PDF (331kb) which contained existing hypertext links, this outputted to a 22kb jpg file that obviously did not contain clickable hyperlinks.

I can't say I'm very impressed with PDFZilla based on just these two tests, and I hope others have better luck with using it.
Uninstalling.

Reply   |   Comment by Big Teapot  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+67)
#2

An important note: In Windows 98, this won't install properly (or at all) if you have another printer already installed. I tried manually removing the existing printer, but no luck. Another one I'll pass.

Reply   |   Comment by PeterM  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-68)
#1

Pros
*Straightforward and easy to use
*Converts PDFs to .DOC, .RTF, .TXT, .JPG, .BMP, .GIF, .PNG, .TIF, .HTML, and .SWF formats
*Users are allowed to convert whole PDFs or a select range of pages
*Can convert encrypted PDFs (owner and user)
*Supports batch processing
*Doesn’t require users to have Microsoft Office/Word installed to do PDF to DOC conversions

Cons
*Poor conversion/output quality for all non-image and SWF outputs
*PDF to Word/RTF uses text boxes for text
*Attempts to install directly into C:/ by default as opposed to C:/Program Files and wants to output files to C:/output by default instead of a more proper location such as My Documents

Free Alternatives
UniPDF (PDF to DOC/RTF)

Final Verdict
Click here for final verdict and full review

Reply   |   Comment by Ashraf from dotTech  –  8 years ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+116)
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$1.99 ➞ free today
Pixen - pixel art editor Giveaway
Pixen is a professional pixel art editor designed for working with low-resolution raster art.
$4.99 ➞ free today

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Shout Screen - Big Text Announcements Giveaway
App allows you to convey your message to other people when its not possible to speak or shout.
$0.99 ➞ free today
MR RACER : Car Racing Game Giveaway
A racing game for Android.
$4.99 ➞ free today
10x10 Merge Dice Giveaway
Play 10x10 Merge Dice.
$0.99 ➞ free today
Balance Game Giveaway
Go far till the end.
$0.99 ➞ free today
Rotation Control - Floating Rotation Control Giveaway
Rotation Control app gives you three options to rotate your device screen.
$0.99 ➞ free today