FREE ACDSee Video Studio 2 software

If it’s free I’ll take three, but this promotion is limit one per customer! ACDSee is offering FREE licenses for their Video Studio 2 software. You enter a name and email address. By doing this, you will be added to their emailing list (you can unsubscribe later). A few seconds later you receive an email with your license key (a long letters and numbers combo) and a link in the email points you to the download page. The .EXE download there is a 22.2MB file. I’m not currently on a Windows machine, so I can’t tell you what happens next. It’s a cliffhanger 🙂

FREE for iOS: ACDSee PRO app

For a limited time, ACDSee is offering their “ACDSee PRO” app for FREE for iOS devices (iPhones, iPads, iPods with compatible hardware/specs) in the iTunes store. No coupon code is needed, it is marked as FREE over there while this promotion is running.

FREE ACDSee Photo Studio Beta for MacOS

If you like to boldly go and try new beta digital imaging software, AND if you have a MacOS computer (Intel, at least 1GB RAM, 100MB+ free space, OS X 10.11 or 10.12), you can sign up for a free beta of ACDSee’s Photo Studio Beta. You enter name and email address to get access to the beta. Download begins automatically after you enter that information. I don’t have a MacOS device, so I can’t test this any further.

FREE on iTunes: ACDSee PRO (iPhone/iPad)

Free app time! The ACDSee PRO app is currently FREE to get at the iTunes app store. Even if you don’t currently have an active iPhone or iPad device, you can still get it using iTunes on Windows or Mac, and install it in the future if/when you get a compatible iPhone/iPad. Free is free 🙂 With iPads getting bigger and more powerful, networks faster and cloud storage cheaper, mobile photography is getting easier and more powerful than before.