San Anselmo, CA (PRWEB) August 3, 2007
Software companies are continually plagued by hackers who offer ways to "crack" or illegally access their software programs. So why is Applian Technologies, a small software developer based out of Marin County, advertising a way for Internet users to "crack" their programs? It sounds counterintuitive, but Applian is hoping that by showing Internet users how to legally "crack" their programs, through a partnership with TrialPay, they will download free, authorized copies of Applian's streaming recording tools without resorting to illegal hacks.
The details of this program, which can be found by searching Google for "Replay Converter" or "Replay Media Catcher" with "crack", "serial", "keygen" or "patch", give would-be software pirates an opportunity to get a free copy of Replay Converter or Replay Media Catcher instead. Through its partnership with TrialPay, customers can get the Applian software for free, in exchange for agreeing to try or buy a single product or service from one of TrialPay's thousands of advertising partners; at the same time, Applian receives a paid sale, sometimes earning more than the original sales price, and acquires a new, legal customer sale.
Partnership with TrialPay gives customers access to free software, allows Applian to combat illegal downloads, acquire new paying customers.
"When we realized we could use the TrialPay solution as a way to combat the large number of illegal downloads that take place every day, we had to give it try. Our customers will be happy since they will get Replay Converter or Replay Media Catcher for free in exchange for trying a product they are excited about. We are happy that we are getting paid for our software and the advertising partner is happy that they have a new customer. It's a win-win-win situation," explained Bill Dettering, CEO of Applian Technologies.
Applian's "crack" pages are located at http://www.applian.com/replay-converter/crack.php and http://www.applian.com/replay-media-catcher/crack.php.
About Applian Technologies
Applian Technologies was started by Bill Dettering in 2000 with the launch of Replay Radio, a program Bill created to combat the boredom of his long commute down to Silicon Valley every day. Replay Radio allowed Bill to listen to his favorite radio programs whenever he wanted. Helping people get more enjoyment out of streaming media is what Applian Products are all about. Now, seven years after the launch of Replay Radio, Applian is recognized as the global leader in streaming media recording technology. Other popular Applian products include the Audio Video Streaming Capture Suite, Replay AV, Replay Media Catcher, Replay Converter, Replay Music, and Replay Screencast. Learn more about Applian Technologies and all their products at http://www.Applian.com.
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