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Author Topic: SoftOrbits PDF Logo Remover 1.0  (Read 2745 times)


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SoftOrbits PDF Logo Remover 1.0
« on: April 08, 2013, 08:33 AM »
Today you can upgrade your experience in PDF editing. Giveaway of the Day offers PDF Logo Remover 1.0 for free. This software is designed to remove annoying watermarks and backgrounds from PDF files. It works in batch mode so you don't need to spend hours on editing the hundreds of similar PDF files. Moreover it can embed your own watermarks or logos. How it works? Watch the demo video or try the evaluation version.
« Last Edit: April 08, 2013, 09:23 AM by app103, Reason: deactivated semi-spam links »


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Re: SoftOrbits PDF Logo Remover 1.0
« Reply #1 on: April 08, 2013, 09:04 AM »
@Yxo - please don't use DoCo just to get yourself a free license from somebody... :-\.

Limited time offer!
SoftOrbits are willing to give each user a FULL official personal license (with future updates) for PDF Logo Removal for placing a link and a short review (even 10-15 words) anywhere on the web. This can be your home page, a site, forum, etc. Then send a message to [email protected] with the address of the review page. The offer will be valid for 1 week only.


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Re: SoftOrbits PDF Logo Remover 1.0
« Reply #2 on: April 09, 2013, 06:34 PM »
  If you have to go through all that, then it ain't free!  And what do they do with all this new email information they get from you?  Sell to a spamming marketer?  Add you to some UCE email list?
  The way I look at it, if it's free, you shouldn't have to give them your details just to use it.