October 19, 2013 in Multimedia (F)
[prMac.com] Bamberg, Germany - For the coming 2013 Halloween holiday, Aurora launches the promotion of Aurora Blu-ray Player one year subscription and Suite for all its lovely users. While people designing pumpkin, participating in masque, watching Halloween movie in home will be another enjoyable thing. Aurora Blu-ray Player's Halloween special offer makes the holiday more splendid. This promotion will be valid until November 1st.
Aurora Blu-ray Player for Mac will help your enjoy Blu-ray(Blu-ray drive is necessary), DVD, HD movies on Mac easily. The player is region-free for Blu-ray disc now and allows you to adjust the DVD region up to 5 times, that means you can enjoy HD Blu-ray/DVD movie of all regions. It also can be used as a free media player which allows you to playback HD(1080P and some Ultra HD) MKV, RMVB, WMV, etc. directly.
Besides the above functions, Aurora Blu-ray Player for Mac can also deal with the Blu-ray/DVD ISO image folder directly, there is no third party visual drive needed. With the help of Aurora navigation panel, you can easily switch between different subtitles/audio tracks. What's more, you can also add external subtitles with the player. A lot of new released movies are available with Blu-ray version. And Aurora Blu-ray Player will be the best companion with you.
Aside from the Blu-ray Player for Mac, Aurora made the Free Blu-ray Copy for Mac helps you rip and backup Blu-ray disc as ISO as well as burn Blu-ray ISO into a blank Blu-ray disc(25GB).
Price and availability
30% off for the One Year subscription of Aurora Blu-ray Player for Mac, is only $19.95. (original: $29.95). For the details of 2013 Halloween Special Offer of Aurora Blu-ray Player, refers to website.
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