Softpress Discounts Popular Web Design App Freeway Pro for Black Friday

November 25, 2011 in Web Design (E)

[] Oxford, United Kingdom - Softpress have today announced a massive discount of 33% on their best-selling web design application Freeway Pro. This discount is available for a limited period only and even includes upgrades from previous versions, making it one not to be missed.

With its visual, no coding approach to web design, Freeway Pro is a popular choice for artists, photographers and designers who don't want to get bogged down with coding. Powerful yet easy to use, Freeway Pro makes it simple to create professional websites with galleries and slideshows, flexible CSS layouts, and site search. And, with hundreds of free plug-ins available, it really feels like there's nothing this application can't do. Make sure you head over to their website for more information.

"We love this time of year and are absolutely delighted to offer a big discount on Freeway Pro" said Joe Billings, Managing Director. "Normally, we run this kind of offer on full-priced purchases only, but this year, as a way of saying Happy Holidays to everyone, we've extended the special offer to include upgrades as well."

During the sale you can pick up an upgrade from the previous version of Freeway Pro for as little as $32 (USD), while a new purchase is only $150. Just head over to the Softpress website and add your choices to the shopping cart; the discount will be automatically applied.

Softpress Systems, with its headquarters in Oxford, England, was founded in 1993 to address the emerging needs of professional publishers and designers for cross-media authoring tools. Freeway Pro and Freeway Express result from Softpress' ongoing efforts to identify and meet the real needs of web designers in today's environment. They creates tools which many people rely on for their day-to-day business, so listen carefully to customers' needs. Future product offerings will continue to demonstrate our commitment to quality, leading-edge innovation and understanding of the requirements of the market. Copyright (C) 2011 Softpress. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Mac are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.


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