Posts Tagged: applian

Valentine’s Day Sale! Get 50% off the Replay Capture Suite

The season of love is everywhere. No matter your relationship status, we have a special Valentine just for you, because hey, we care!

This weekend only, we’re offering a whopping 50% off the Replay Capture Suite!

Treat yourself, or your special someone, with the best media recording software bundle that money can buy. Just use the promo code SWEET50 at checkout to receive the deal. Hurry – this offer expires Monday, February 15th!

Get the Replay Capture Suite Discount for Mac.

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Here’s How to Watch Super Bowl 50 Online

Super Bowl 50 is just a few days away and the excitement may actually be too much to bear!

This championship is a truly historic one for the National Football League, marking the 50th annual battle of football greatness. The Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos are going head to head this year, with the Panthers currently favored by 4.5 points.

Coverage will begin on CBS at 11 a.m. EST, and will also be streamed live on CBSSports.com so you can record all the most intense moments with Replay Video Capture!

The best part? Replay Video Capture is completely, 100% legal! So you can capture every bit of Super Bowl action, halftime entertainment and classically over-the-top commercials worry-free.

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How to Record & Save Super Bowl 50

The biggest night in football is taking over our very own Bay Area for an intense end to the 2015 season.

Super Bowl 50 is pitting the Carolina Panthers (15-1 regular season) against the Denver Broncos (12-4), and will feature Coldplay and Beyoncé running the halftime show for an event you can’t miss out on.

While your norm may be heading down to the crowded local bar to soak in the energy, you can also get in on the action for free right from your own couch! CBS Sports is live streaming the entire championship and halftime show online, and you can capture it all with Replay Video Capture.

Get yourself hyped up – Super Bowl 50 is just around the corner! And, if Carolina’s Thomas Davis (currently injured with a broken arm) has vowed to play on, you’ve got no excuse not to make it.

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The State of Online TV Streaming: Today’s Top Players

Online streaming has rapidly become the must-have accessory in this big, digital world of ours. People far and wide are cutting the cable cord and adopting streaming services to get their fix of sitcoms and late-night movies, either through the computer or channeled directly to the television set.

It was shared in Statista that last year alone “seventy-six percent of American households reported having a video-on-demand subscription,” and that percentage is only growing as the convenience factor is too tempting to pass up.

With access to nearly any television show, documentary, classic film or big time Hollywood flick, it’s really no wonder that so many are drawn to the broad, always-on collection. If you have decent Wi-Fi and a connected device, you’ve got access to it all.

Top Players

As it’s pretty easily assumed, the biggest names in online streaming subscriptions today are Netflix and Amazon, with the Hulu Package holding up third place. Some families subscribe to all three, but most have just one of the services: Netflix. In fact, Netflix is in 36% of all American TV households, while Amazon is in 13% and Hulu Plus is in 6.5%, according to Nielsen.

Netflix

Just this summer, Netflix surpassed 65 million subscribers with its $8/month service, and expanded its reach internationally, grounding its roots as the world’s most popular streaming service. With the creation of its Netflix Originals, such as “Orange is the New Black,” “Daredevil” and “House of Cards,” along with close to 7,000 other titles, consumers are loving the high-quality video content within a binge watching-enabled platform.

Learn how to record movies and shows from Netflix.

Amazon

At 40 million subscribers, some arguably coming by association with it’s Prime Package, Amazon ranks second on the list of most-used streaming subscriptions. While they may not have as many attractive titles in their collection, they do have the pull of their popular Prime plan that offers unlimited video streaming in addition to free 2-day shipping in their online marketplace for $99/year.

Learn how to record movies and shows from Amazon.

Hulu

Hulu lags behind with 9 million subscribers, though they experienced a generous percentage of growth from 2014 to 2015. With a recent partnership with Showtime, along with the extensive collection of media, they hope to expand their customer base even more rapidly.

Learn how to record movies and shows from Hulu.

They’re Here! Applian for Mac

Applian Product for Mac

For years we’ve fielded hundreds – possibly thousands – of questions and requests for Mac versions of our products , and we (honestly) thought it would never happen. But after lots of hard work, and a little bit of magic, we’ve finally developed and launched our most popular products for Mac computers!

Now you can get powerful media capturing, screen recording and conversion capability on your Mac. With similar functions and features as our PC products, these Applian Mac products give you the ability to capture and record all kind of web content, video and streaming audio.

To celebrate this exciting milestone we are offering 50% off our new Mac products if you already own our PC versions. Click here to get your deal!

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We would love to hear what you think! Come let us know on Facebook or find us on Twitter.

 

Our blog is back – Hello again! And Hello Again to Replay Music – our great audio recording software!

We haven’t been using our blog much lately – but that’s about to change. We thought this would be a great space to highlight our latest product news, illustrate interesting use cases and perhaps even showcase how to solve some common recording problems.

Let’s start off talking about the latest update to Replay Music. For those of you who haven’t tried it yet – Replay Music is a great tool to record audio that streams online. It works with sites that MP3 downloaders can’t. Like Spotify. It’s important to note that Replay Music isn’t an MP3 downloader – instead it’s an advanced audio recorder that captures the audio that you play on your PC as high quality MP3s. Replay Music also includes a powerful song recognition engine that allows it to tag each individual MP3 it creates with title, artist, album and genre. Our most recent update to Replay Music offer great new features including a fix to the problem some Firefox users were having capturing audio after Adobe updated their Flash player. No more problem. Replay Music once again can create MP3s from any streaming source for all those Firefox users out there.

If you haven’t tried Replay Music recently – this latest version is worth checking out. Replay Music was just certified as a Windows 8 desktop app. So if you have just purchased Windows 8 have no fear – Replay Music will work beautifully for you. Check it out.

Coming Next – Some of our favorite streaming Audio Sites to use with Replay Music

New Web Site

Quick Applian news: we launched our brand spankin’ new web site last week. We’ve tried to simplify the navigation, and make more use of video throughout the site.
More cool stuff coming…