Wednesday, December 31, 2008 | Labels: applications, cafeflashvn, free online, softwares, trial, trialpay |
At first you may ask , for those softwares are PRO not for free and must have a license , and “How is this possible?”
Well, for starter it might not really come free. But the thing is here : It’s pretty much up to you. You’re in fact “buying” a license, but instead of your credit card you’ll be using a new concept of “TrialPay“.
The idea is that, to get something for free, let’s say a license for Moyea Flv soft, you’ll have to complete an offer from someone else.
Read another merchant site. If and once you done so, TrialPay is being noticed, and send you your free license. It’ as simple as that.
Read all offers carefully, because some only ask you to register at their site, and this is a free registration. Sometimes all it takes is to fill out a form, and you’re done, offer completed!
And it works. I just registered at some site, filled in a few forms, and now I don’t have to fill forms anymore. ( you just getting RoboForm Pro and this soft does it for you !).
That’s right, I got a free license for RoboForm Pro software for free ! All I had to do is fill in a few forms.
Everything went smoothly, and the fact that big names are associated with TrialPay (authors of WinRAR, RoboForm, WinZIP or ZoneAlarm are using them), and that on their site you can learn that they’re a “rapidly growing online payment company backed by the investors of Skype, Google, and Akamai”, makes it all quite trustworthy.
One big downside to this though, on their site they describe TrialPay as an “online payment company”, and it actually is a pretty accurate description of things. TrialPay is a new method of payment, not a site where you can browse though all their different offers.
This is hard to understand for me, because I think many people would love to have a listing of all the softwares they could actually buy using this new method of paypment, especially when all it takes is to fill a form, yet TrialPay doesn’t offer such listing.
Basically all they say is, go to your usual merchant site, and see if they support TrialPay as payment method.
Hopefully it’ll change someday, for bloggers may reading more , and in the mean time someone compiled a great list of over 130 softwares that you can get using TrialPay.