|Zoom Player Max License||Price||Save||Discount||Coupon Code|
|Single License - 1 Year Free Upgrades||$20.96||$8.99||30% OFF|
|Family pack 3x licenses (1 Year Free Upgrades)||$50.39||$21.60||30% OFF|
|Single License - Lifetime Free Upgrades||$55.96||$23.99||30% OFF|
|Family pack 5x licenses (1 Year Free Upgrades)||$73.46||$31.49||30% OFF|
Affordable price, many powerful and wonderful features, like xbox 360 video playing, record, playback, transparency modes, animated GIFs playing, as well as optional playback speed, these all impressed me. I like it! And more, I like it's lifetime license, fuck other's one-year license update. btw, the instant discount price is nice!
The only reason I want it is for it supports the XBOX 360 controller for navigation and video playback. This is other media player not support. So as a video game player, can't live without it. The only cons is it not support mac, hope the developer will develop the mac version later.
Inmatix Zoom Player is indeed a good choice of paid media playing software. I've ever downloaded and used lots of FREE media player, like VLC, KMP, UMPlayer, MPC etc. Some of these free players can't play MKV video file, some is failed to play large MKV video file, some not support some subtitle formats, and all of these not support blue ray videos. So finally, I choose a paid media player. Why I prefer to Inmatix Zoom Player?
1. Lifetime licenses.
2. intuitive and rich features.
3. Support all the video formats and subtitle formats.
4. Running program with little process and CPU resources, that is very suitable for laptop users, like me.
Thanks for the discount price, saved me a lot!
I choose Inmatix Zoom Player just for its DVD and blue ray playing feature, performs very well, its wide range of media formats support satisfied me. It's very well compatible with large video files, subtitle formats. Compared to the Cyberlink power DVD, Inmatix Zoom Player is more lightweight for the system resource. With Zoom Player, I have never got any problems.
I downloaded the trial demo, and played several blue ray videos, the performance is not bad, better than other free media players that already installed on my laptop. Actually, i'm impressed with its performance, like its crispness, clarity and the overall video playing quality. As for my old laptop, I've ever tried other paid media player like Cyberlink, but Cyberlink DVD is too weight for my old laptop system, although it has more beautiful UI, and more advanced options, maybe I could not use. I like Zoom Player Max for its lightweight, simple and intuitive feel of controls. I finally choose this desktop program. It's suitable for me.