Free Giveaway: AnyBizSoft PDF to PPT for Mac

AnyBizSoft, a product-brand of Wondershare focusing on PDF conversion solutions, launched a large-scale of Giveaway on AnyBizSoft’s fan page on Facebook.

This time AnyBizSoft is giving away licenses for hot-selling PDF to PowerPoint for Mac for free. This exclusive and time-limited giveaway for AnyBizSoft’s fans runs from Oct 11 to Oct 31, 2010. Anyone who is already a fan or clicks the Like button to become a fan can get a PDF to PowerPoint for Mac, which is worth $49.95, for free.

Here is the how-to steps:

1. Go to fan page, if you are not a fan of AnyBizSoft, the area of giveaway will be blocked. The giveaway is exclusive for fans.

2. Click Like button to unlock, then you can type in your name and the email address.

3. Click Send me Keycode then you will get the licensed email address and registration code in your mailbox immediately. Click Download to get the app.

4. Launch the app, the interface is pretty clean, just drag the PDF files into the panel, click Convert, job will be done in seconds.

5.  Compare the original PDF in Preview and the converted PowerPoint file in Keynote, 90% of the layouts and contents are well preserved, only the font changes into default, never mind, right?! Seems that the preservation is better in Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 or 2010.

Here is the Northbee’s review:

Interface: (9/10) Easy and clear, sometimes we just need an easy app, not the most gorgeous one. Everyone can easily become experts without the help document.

Size: (8/10) 7.5 MB, small but strong.

Conversion Speed: (10/10) To be frank, the conversion speed suprised me, it took less than a minute to convert a 170 pages PDF into pptx. I don’t even have the time to take a cup of coffee.

Function: (8/10) Supports batch processing, partial processing, even protected PDF can be converted.

Conversion Accuracy: (7/10) It works like a charm dealing with easy PDF. If the layouts are complicated, it can’t preserve the elements perfectly. I tested about 10 PDF files, the quality of the target files look better in Microsoft than in iWork. Hope they can improve the compatibility in the future.

In conclusion, AnyBizSoft doesn’t fool me, “PDF to PowerPoint for Mac is a download worth its bytes”, they said on their wall. I recommend it. By the way, if you are a Windows users, they also giveaway PDF to Word for Windows on fan page, just go get one. Will review that later.
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