Press Release Summary: Nuclear Coffee: new one-click era in the video backup from the web to your PC or pocket device
Press Release Body: Actually, right after the release of their new product, ConvertVid , Nuclear Coffee announces today the new release of VideoGet 3.0. This well known software has grown in 3 different ways. First of them - the program has become much more user-friendly and easy to use. Nuclear Coffee: \"When people start to value their time and try to optimize any routine task - then some new inventions see the world, the inventions to move further the humankind. Now, there is a new one-click era coming into the software world\" (Ostap Myskiv, owner) In VideoGet 3.0 even the copy-paste task is optimized. You can add a link from the Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox even without starting the program - just by clicking on the VideoGet icon that appears in your internet browser after the program installation. The second way of the development is the quality and the functionality. Since the first program version, the amount of the supported sites has grown 5 times, ant the supported file formats that can be converted - 4 times. This means with VideoGet you can download a video from any known online video service to any known video format or device. And also there is a new tab \"Advanced converting options\" for those who like to tune all the settings themselves. Third point - it\'s the interface changes. There are no major changes, but the minor ones fix some errors from the previous versions and add some comfort and usability.
Pricing and Availability VideoGet runs under Windows NT4.0/2000/XP/2003/Vista and higher and costs $29.95 (USD). All pre-sale questions can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.