Chengdu, China – MacXDVD, an industry-leading software developer, announced today a major upgrade to its flagship DVD ripper. The upgraded MacX DVD Ripper Pro v4.9.5 not only is equipped with full compatibility with the latest iPhone 7, Galaxy S7 and the newly released macOS Sierra 10.12, but, more importantly, receives an overall facelift that will deliver strikingly beautiful, simpler, and more engaging user interface, marking a significant enhancement in DVD rip performance on all Mac computers and laptops.
MacX DVD Ripper Pro is an extremely popular Mac DVD ripper that is able to rip protected/homemade DVDs to any format fast and efficiently. It has long enjoyed a good reputation for its comprehensive rich DVD ripping features and wide availability. To greet the latest macOS Sierra which has impressed users with its ease and simplicity, nearly everything on the user interface of the Mac DVD ripper has received an overhaul, from the overall menu layouts to the background color and navigation buttons. Users can have a faster and more enjoyable experience when they rip DVDs on Mac within the sleek new interface.
Cleaner, simpler, modern UI and more accessible navigation:
* Significant visual refresh in version 4.9.5 UI with modern colors and imagery to ensure a more appealing look and feel
* Layout optimized and navigation simplified to make it more straightforward to access the frequently-used functions and easier to guide novice users in DVD movie ripping
To experience the visually entertaining new UI and feature-rich DVD ripper, you can free download MacX DVD Ripper Pro V4.9.5 and start to rip DVD movies on Mac freely.
The visual improvements are amazing, but a UI update of this magnitude makes no sense if early adopters of the latest macOS Sierra are not covered. It is generally known that many famous DVD rippers crash often on Mac OS X 10.12 due to limit compatibility with macOS Sierra, like Handbrake. This upgrade includes full support for 10.12 Sierra to fill the gap that really capable DVD rippers which work smoothly on Sierra are currently few and far between. Starting today, users of macOS Sierra, El Capitan, Yosemite and earlier can rip DVDs to MP4, MOV, AVI, FLV, WMV, MP3, other digital formats, make safe copy, remove copy protections freely and flawlessly.
The user interface is not the only thing that gets an improvement with V4.9.5 update. Among the upgraded UI changes, a number of latest mobile profiles have been added. Together with the minor bug fixing and stability enhancements, and the recently-arrived support for iOS 10, now users of latest iPhone 7/7 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 edge, Note 7, Xperia XZ, Xperia X Compact, as well as any earlier mobiles, can rip any DVD movies to smartphones & tablets with excellent quality, perfect sizes and resolutions in an easy way.
Pricing and Availability:
The upgrade, with completely redesigned user interface and macOS Sierra support, will be available to all current MacX DVD Ripper Pro users at no charge. New users can get all the features and updates at $59.95. The complete full-featured DVD video conversion package with top-level support is offered at $39.95 only, up to 70% off. Enjoy more discounts at MacXDVD Special Offer page.
MacXDVD Software is a division of Digiarty Software Company, owns a professional multimedia software development team, providing a range of products for Macintosh Computer users, including MacX Video Converter, MacX DVD Ripper, DVD Author, DVD backup tools, etc, series of apps for Apple video player, and iPhone, iPad 2D and 3D video games. Copyright (C) 2016 MacXDVD Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.Click here for reuse options!
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