I don't subscribe to cable TV, nor do I regularly watch TV shows. Instead, I stream most of my digital content via online services, but I find it quite frustrating when it starts buffering and freezing at the most critical times during the show. You all know what I mean if you've tried to watch streaming videos online. It can take forever. With that said, today, I bring you a special offer from Speedbit on its Video Accelerator Premium product, which promises to improve your online video viewing experience by significantly reducing buffering and freezing problems, and accelerating HD and iTunes downloads significantly.
So, how does it work? When you are playing a video from one of the many online video sites, SpeedBit Video Accelerator automatically starts in the background and makes your video-streaming experience much faster, so you don't have to wait for it to load or download.
There are three versions of the Speedbit Video Accelerator: SpeedBit Accelerator Free, SpeedBit Accelerator Premium, and a Premium version for the Mac users. So, what's the difference between Free and Premium? The Free version provides an accelerated video-streaming experience for people across more than 165 video sites, including YouTube. The Premium version not only does Normal and HQ video acceleration, but it also accelerates HD Videos and iTunes downloads. The Premium is regularly priced at $39.90 with an annual subscription, but for today only on CNET, you can grab this copy for $14.95, for a one-time fee, so you never have to pay for this service again.
This offer is only good until 9 a.m. PT, November 6, 2010. Grab your own copy now before it's too late. This offer is good for the Windows version only.
As always, you can reach out to me for any special deals you want to see. As a partner manager on CNET Downloads, I work with the developer community to bring you special offers. You can e-mail me or leave me a comment.