uRexsoft Inc., a leading multimedia software producer, focuses on DVD converting and backup solution. Recently, uRexsoft officially declares the upgrade of uRex DVD Ripper Platinum for Xperia arc, GALAXY S II, HTC Flyer, Xoom, HTC Sensation, Kindle Fire etc. with the version number 2.5.
In the year of 2011, Android achieved great success in the smart phone and even the tablet market. Meanwhile, uRexsoft wins a lot of these Android users. To express our sincere thanks to those Android user. uRex DVD Ripper Platinum is upgraded to 2.5 in order to satisfy more Andriod users, especially those who owns Xperia arc, Kindle Fire, GALAXY S II, HTC Flyer, Xoom, HTC Sensation etc. Besides, Google has released the 4.0 version of Android system, known as Android 4.0. With this powerful and brand-new system, Google would surely make another hit in the smart phone market. And more and more Android 4.0 phones would come into being in the early year of 2012. uRexsoft will keep direct eye on those Android 4.0 users and upgrade the program to meet your needs.
Okay, let's see what is new in version 2.5:
With the upgrade of version 2.5, uRex DVD Ripper Platinum not only does provide you perfect compatibility with Xperia arc, Kindle Fire, GALAXY S II, HTC Flyer, Xoom, HTC Sensation etc, also allows to define your own profile for which ever video format, devices you like.More details about uRex DVD Ripper Platinum can be found at: https://urexsoft.com/dvd-ripper/index.html
Single-user license for uRex DVD Ripper Platinum is only 39.95 USD, however it is now discounted to 34.95 USD. It is available for free trial. Those giveaway users is able to obtain a big discount if you contact us at [email protected]
uRexsoft Inc, a leading multimedia software producer, aims to be world class software provider with powerful DVD /Video apps and excellent service. uRexsoft will keep providing high quality software and gains huge reputation among its users. And we will continue to persist with providing you higher quality service to fulfill your multimedia demands.