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RealPlayer 11 out of beta

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 17 Nov 2007 16:13 User comments (1)

RealPlayer 11 out of beta Following five months of a public-beta period, RealNetworks has announced that its latest RealPlayer version, v.11, has just gotten its final release in the UK. This new version of the mega-popular multimedia software adds the ability to download content from the web and transfer it directly to video-capable iPods without the need to use extra tools. The features is available by upgrading to RealPlayer Plus for 20.
The software supports 1000's of websites that offers DRM-free video content, allowing the user to easily download the video using a one-click method. The company claims that RealPlayer is the first major media player to offer this experience, freeing iPod owners from the limited supply of video content on iTunes.

Support for the iPhone is apparently in the works and should be available in early 2008.

Source:
Pocket-Lint.co.uk

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111.12.2007 22:27

sounds liike the complete package.

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