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Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Leawo Gives Out iTransfer as 2016 Christmas Gift for Worldwide iOS Device Owners to Transfer Data for Free

The 2016 Christmas holiday is on its way. What would you expect Santa Clause to put in your sock? An long expected iPhone 7, a beautiful Kindle PaperWhite, or something you've been longed for for long? Well, if you're an Apple fans, Leawo Software's gift might be exactly what you need. To celebrate the 2016 Christmas holiday, this top online multimedia solution developer and provider gives out its flagship product Leawo iTransfer as a totally free Christmas giveaway gift to worldwide iOS device owners.

This iTransfer giveaway gift is available in Leawo's 2016 Christmas Giveaway Activity, which will last from December 13th, 2016 to January 12th, 2017, while the iTransfer giveaway is only available until the end of December 22, 2016. This means if you want to get this iTransfer for free, you have only 10 days before it ends.

Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Google Just Released 125 Movies in 4K on Google Play for Rental or Purchase for the U.S. and Canada

We have talked about 4K for a long time. The very latest hot topic is that Google is going to release 4K content on its Google Play. Now, Google has made it official - 4K video is available for rental or purchase on Google Play Store. However, currently there are only 125 movies available in 4K on Google Play, and these 4K movies are only accessible in the US and Canada.

The 4K movie price of these 125 4K movies on Google Play Store is $7.99 for a 4K rental and $29.99 for a 4K movie purchase. It should be noted that not all titles can be rented and bought in 4K. Sometimes it's just one or the other. According to the Google Play officials, more titles would be made in 4K on Google Play in the near future.


You can watch your 4K Google Play content on a Chromecast Ultra or on Sony Bravia 4K TVs with Android TV built-in. Interestingly, Google does not mention the Shield, which has 4K video output. It's not clear if that's an oversight or the Shield is somehow lacking support at present.

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