Windows Full VersionJul 7, 2014

SoftOrbits Photo Digital Suite with free updates (80% discount)

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Terms and Conditions
  • This is a 1-computer lifetime license, for home and business use
  • You get free minor updates
  • You get free tech support
  • Can be installed or re-installed whenever you want
  • May not be resold
  • No refunds and exchanges; if you are having trouble activating or registering, please ask for help
Technical Details
  • Developed by SoftOrbits
  • All ten software are their latest versions available at this time
  • Download size is 40 MB
  • Supports Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • VirusTotal scan results: N/A

SoftOrbits Digital Photo Suite provides solutions for easily retouching, resizing, converting, recovering, protecting and publishing your digital photos and images; it is a software pack of 10 programs: Batch Picture Resizer, Photo Stamp Remover, Batch Picture Protector, Html Web Gallery Creator, Red Eye Removal, Private Photo Album, Flash Drive Recovery, SoftOrbits Photo Retoucher, SoftSkin Photo Makeup, and Sketch Drawer.

If bought separately, all ten software would cost you $349.99. If bought as a package vis-a-vis Digital Photo Suite, you would normally have to spend $99.99… but we are bringing it to you for just $19.99!

This sale has expired, sorry! See Active Sales list for more free and discounted Windows software.

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  1. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#48

    [@Nobug] Thanks for the tip!

    [@Tylicia] This might clear up some confusion: “If bought separately, all ten software would cost you $349.99. If bought as a package vis-a-vis Digital Photo Suite, you would normally have to spend $99.99… but we are bringing it to you for just $19.99!”

  2. Tylicia

    Reply to this comment#47

    Not that I am complaining but above it says there’s a savings of $349. In the checkout it says the savings is $117. So why is it saying one price at checkout in savings and on here a lot more for the savings? I’m just curious. Anyone?

  3. Nobug

    Reply to this comment#46

    From the last offer, there is few changing.
    “Batch Picture Resizer 5.2″ is upgrate to 6.0
    “Icon Maker Tool 1.0″ is deleted
    and “Html Web Gallery Creator (Image to HTML Converter) 1.2″ replace it.
    Always, no histories of the latest ugrades (and updates) for the whole programs available on the website.

  4. Nobug

    Reply to this comment#45OLD COMMENT

    The minor updates are free until a major update is released.
    No restriction on duration, so.
    Only the option for the major updates is sold.

  5. Lexxis

    Reply to this comment#44OLD COMMENT

    Ich habe gestern das Programm gekauft. Aber bei eingabe des Registrierungs-Codes kommt folgende Meldung:
    “you have entered incorrect registration code ”
    Der Support meldet sich nicht. Was soll ich tun?

  6. Nobug

    Reply to this comment#43OLD COMMENT

    With the “Premium Support and Free Updates Subscription” the major upgrades are integrated. But every 6 months, the same subscription-price will be billed automatically from your credit-card, until you cancel the subscription. But the offer here, is without that option.
    For information, a major update (upgrade) costs 50% of the regular price.
    I have well received the registration infomations, but nothing on the download link(s) ?

  7. Nobug

    Reply to this comment#42OLD COMMENT

    For each programs, the licence is not time limited. It’s a lifetime licence with free updates (minor update). The current offer, is a great deal for the persons interrested, by even a single one program of that bundle. The “Premium Support and Free Updates Subscription” is realy a simple option.

  8. Nobug

    Reply to this comment#41OLD COMMENT

    When we buy a SoftOrbits program, a recommended additional products is present in your cart. When, we clic on that option “Premium Support and Free Updates Subscription”, we can get the subscription conditions:
    “You can use this product or this service for the duration of your subscription. The duration of the subscription, the billing period, and the price per subscription period for each product will be displayed during the order process. Limited subscriptions will end automatically. Unlimited subscriptions may be terminated by either party at any time.
    If you select payment by credit or debit card, or via direct debit, you agree to have the unit price per subscription period automatically charged to your card and/or bank account immediately prior to the start of the next billing period.
    If you select another payment type, you agree to make periodic payments.”
    The duration of the subscription is of 6 months and the price is USD 9.95.
    A question then arises, is the regular version, a perpetual licence ?
    And after 6 months, are we obligated to buy that subcription, for to continue the use of the program ?
    With the offer of the day, the subcription is not present on the first page for the buying, so what is the pricing for future major updates ?
    Nowhere in the website SoftOrbits, information on the subject is found.

  9. m

    Reply to this comment#40OLD COMMENT

    Too bad, it looks like the price has increased and it has changed from lifetime license (see old comments) to minor updates only.

  10. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#39OLD COMMENT

    [@rob] Email their support.

  11. rob

    Reply to this comment#38OLD COMMENT

    everything installed and registered except for the private photo album it said you have entered incorrect registration code what do I do to correct this

  12. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#37OLD COMMENT

    [@wwgorman] Email their support, they will help you ASAP.

  13. wwgorman

    Reply to this comment#36OLD COMMENT

    ought it but no email with download information or registration information. From the number of problem comments I suppose it is no wonder. I wonder f I’ll ever hear from them again now that they have my credit card info. So much for efficient sales on the internet when you leave customers without complete or no information and wondering why they bought.

  14. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#35OLD COMMENT

    [@Jon] Contact SoftOrbits support with your purchase number and they will get to you ASAP.

  15. Jon

    Reply to this comment#34OLD COMMENT

    Registration key does not work.??

  16. Jim

    Reply to this comment#33OLD COMMENT

    [@Ashraf]

    looking at Jaap comment below perhaps it is activated then as I get no xx days remaing notification

  17. Jaap

    Reply to this comment#32OLD COMMENT

    Great offer! Thanks!
    Just a tiny little bit of trouble with activating Html Web Gallery Creator.
    Activating seemed to fail: 30 days left.
    But closing en reopening that program solved the problem: The program was activated. There was no more Register under Help. And no more warnings.

    Of all the 10 programs I have only used Sketch Drawer so far. Beautiful results! I really like that program.

  18. dotbiz

    Reply to this comment#31OLD COMMENT

    Not yet ..seems to be no activation area in the Html Web Gallery Creator ..I sent a screenshot but the others went well..[@Ashraf]

  19. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#30OLD COMMENT

    [@Jim] Glad to hear they are working it out for you! Did you get the other one fixed?

  20. Jim

    Reply to this comment#29OLD COMMENT

    [@Jim]

    One down one to go…good to see support on the ball !

  21. Jim

    Reply to this comment#28OLD COMMENT

    trouble activating Html Web Gallery Creator and Private Photo Album ..support emailed..

  22. SoftOrbits

    Reply to this comment#27OLD COMMENT

    We really sorry, we had an optional “Premium support and free updates subscription” ($6 per six month) connected with this order (it is disabled by default, you had to enable a checkbox to add it). That may confising and we disabled.

  23. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#26OLD COMMENT

    Hi all,

    The developer is awesome and quickly looked into it. He told me that the subscription was never required — it was always optional and only applied if you checked the box that asked you to accept the terms. However, because of how confusing that is, the developer has removed the subscription altogether and now you shouldn’t even see it. So purchase away — enjoy!

    Sorry for the confusion.

  24. kenb8s

    Reply to this comment#25OLD COMMENT

    [@Ashraf]

    Glad to have been able to throw some light on matters. Looking forward for the new offer.

  25. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#24OLD COMMENT

    [@kenb8s] Now I see what everyone means. I’m contacting the developer to get this fixed. I’m disabling this sale until that happens. Sorry about that.

  26. kenb8s

    Reply to this comment#23OLD COMMENT

    I also tried to purchase in the sum of $9.99 (converted to over £8 with the addition of VAT) but cannot get past the requirement to agree to 6-monthly further charges. No additional boxes were ticked and no other purchases made. I did not try paying by credit card but the same requirement comes up every time I click on the “Pay by Paypal” button and log-in to Paypal.

    Looking back through this thread, it appears that there have been two different products have been offered by SoftOrbits, one priced at $4.99 and the other at $9.99 with only the second of these requiring a once-only payment. Could it be that the sales procedure for the first product has been carried over to the second?

    Could somebody please look more closely at what is happening here and repeat the offer without having to agree to 6-monthly payments (in spite of your assurance that such payments would not be collected).

    Ashraf: I assure you that I did not tick any other boxes, so what is this additional subscription service? However, when tracking back from the PayPal screen to the SoftOrbits Order Form a second box had been ticked automatically. This was no accident, because it happened FIVE times!

  27. SoftOrbits

    Reply to this comment#22OLD COMMENT

    JO, where did you found information about 6 month subscription? In this promo
    (https://shopper.mycommerce.com/checkout/cart/new/37213-11?quantity=1&ss_coupon=SOS-HXBV-SUIT)
    we offer one time $9.99 payment, it is not a subscribtion.

  28. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#21OLD COMMENT

    [@JO] You are getting lifetime licenses if you purchase from the link we provided you, for one payment of $9.99 (not $10 every six months). What you are looking at is an unrelated subscription service provided by the developer; it isn’t part of this offer and you need not buy it.

  29. JO

    Reply to this comment#20OLD COMMENT

    May i know what’s the meaning of this ………………
    $10.00 USD every six months ????? First payment due six months after purchase. ?????

    when there is this …………………………..
    Terms and Conditions
    This is a 1-user lifetime license, for home and business use
    Free minor updates
    Free tech support
    Can be installed or re-installed this offer is over

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    SoftOrbits Digital Photo Suite
    SoftOrbits Digital Photo Suite product line provides data solutions for resizing, convertion, protecting and publishing your digital photos. Includes Batch Picture Resizer, Batch Picture Protector, Private Photo Album and Html Web Gallery Creator utilites.
    Delivery
    You will receive information electronically immediately after ordering!
    Order Information
    Quantity:

    Price:
    $99.99 USD
    Subscription:
    $10.00 USD every six months. First payment due six months after purchase.

  30. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#19OLD COMMENT

    This sale is back, this time with MyCommerce instead of PayPro and the ability to checkout with PayPal without having to fill in any of your details. Enjoy!

  31. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#18OLD COMMENT

    [@trust] Oh, and thanks for the love and intelligent conversion. Debates are good, as long as they are respectful. For that, I salute you.

  32. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#17OLD COMMENT

    [@trust] I 100% agree with you that PayPro/SoftOrbits does not need so much information to process this sale that they are asking. Trust me on this, I prefer PayPal myself and would love for everyone to simply use it. But that, unfortunately, isn’t the world we live in. This is how PayPro does it and there is nothing we can do except pass on the sale if we aren’t satisfied.

    On the topic of data mining, are they data mining? I have no doubt. Which company that processes financial transactions doesn’t? Big data is big money, and everyone wants in on the action — that includes your bank and PayPal. The question is, what exactly are they mining? I don’t know, Are they simply using transaction details (e.g. country of purchase, amount of purchase, etc.) to gain insights? Or are they storing your name, address, phone number, etc. for other reasons? My guess is the former over the latter — because, as I’ve said, PayPro is a legitimate eCommerce platform and no legitimate eCommerce platform would risk their business by violating people’s privacy — but I cannot verify that.

    The choice is yours — do you trust PayPro enough to make the purchase or not? I can’t tell you what to do. I can, however, tell you that this is a legitimate sale and not fraudulent.

    For what it is worth, it is reasons like this that I prefer to directly sell licenses to SoS’ers via SoS instead of directing you to an external site but sometimes that isn’t possible due to how some developers have built their licensing systems around their eCommerce platform of choice.

  33. trust

    Reply to this comment#16OLD COMMENT

    Since I’m in your “home”, I’ll make this my last comment on this issue.

    First, re-read everything I’ve written. Nowhere did I write that PayPro or SoftOrbits were trying to defraud anyone. What I did say and, of course, do believe is that their payment process is unusual, unnecessarily complicated and that it includes at least one extra step that has no discernible purpose other than to get as many buyers’ information into the hands of PayPro as possible.

    I made my first fortune in direct financial sales and paid big bucks for suspect lists; i.e., lists of businesses that MIGHT have a vague interest in the services I provided. I paid HUGE bucks for lists of businesses that were KNOWN to have an active interest in the services I provided. Now, you tell me that one payment processor would not like to get their hands on lists of people who are DEMONSTRATING their use-of/interest-in payment processors? If that were so, then why are names + email addresses sold and re-sold on the Net?

    PayPro (almost) certainly is using SoftOrbits’ unbelievably attractive offer, together with PayPro’s *unusual* “fraud prevention mechanism” (haha) to generate lists of PROSPECTS (not suspects!) for their service, or for some other purpose NOT related to this sale.

    Again, Ashraf, I ask you directly: Have you personally ever been called by a seller after using PayPal to make a purchase? I made two purchases today using PayPal and neither seller required anything more from me than PayPal’s confirmation of payment. They damn sure haven’t called me to verify ANYTHING.

    I close by saying, I ABSOLUTELY have absolute confidence in your professionalism and integrity. I have no reason to believe SoftOrbits or PayPro are committing or attempting to commit a fraud. I absolutely do believe they are data mining.

    [MUSH ALERT] Love dotTech; love SharewareOnSale; and am not too un-fond of you. ;-)

    I’m out.

  34. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#15OLD COMMENT

    [@trust] I’m not an expert in online sales processing, so I don’t know why PayPro wants to verify PayPal transactions. However, your suggestion about PayPro being fraudulent is indeed a little bit of paranoid; as I said, google them — they have been around since 2006 I believe and they process payments for many developers. I’m not defending their desire to have people call them (I do think they are being a bit paranoid themselves) but that is how they do things and I cannot control it.

    Also, dozens of people took advantage of this offer and made the purchase and I’ve only had two complaints so far (one being someone who’s sale was not processed and one from someone who’s sale was processed but didn’t get any codes; I’ve emailed this person on what to do next). If this indeed was fraudulent, my experience tells me I would have had many more complaints. So I don’t know what to say.

    I’ve already taken your suggestion into account, as many others. As I said in my previous comment, our next sale with SoftOrbits won’t be using PayPro; instead we will either use a different payment processor or try to get direct PayPal links.

  35. trust

    Reply to this comment#14OLD COMMENT

    Oh, come on now, Ashraf. You’re a smart guy and so am I. It is not being paranoid to carefully evaluate something based on knowledge, experience and common sense and, if that something smells fishy, to say so. There is NO good reason for PayPro to double-check PayPal by phoning/emailing ANYONE. PayPal inserts itself in my stead as the guarantor of payment to the Seller, much as a bank does with a certified check or letter-of-credit,

    As to my right to choose, of course, if something or someone doesn’t meet my standards, I have absolutely no problem walking away or doing whatever else is in my best interests; but thanks for your suggestion.

    Perhaps you’ll consider my criticisms of what seems wrong in the same light you do my lavish praise of what seems right. Just another suggestion.

  36. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#13OLD COMMENT

    [@trust] If you don’t want to buy it, then don’t — it is your choice. But no need to be so paranoid. Go Google PayPro — they are a legitimate payment processing company used by many developers.

  37. trust

    Reply to this comment#12OLD COMMENT

    [@Ashraf] I believe that’s what they told you but it is utter nonsense. You can do multi-million/billion dollar transactions and never reveal your phone number or address to your business counterpart halfway round the Earth! That’s what banks and, in this case, PayPal are for. Who actually believes that PayPro really does not accept PayPal’s guarantees? SoftOrbit and I do not need to trust each other as long as we each trust PayPal.

    The answer they gave you Ashraf, can also be found in cow pastures.

  38. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#11OLD COMMENT

    @Everyone: I’ve had a talk with the developer and this what he had to say: “We use Paypro Global e-commerce provider.
    They have anti-fraud system enabled even for $4.95 orders, that is why they ask for additional personal information. I will think how to avoid that next time, possibly will offer direct PayPal payment link.”

    For those of you that are interested in this bundle but don’t want to pay via Paypro, we will probably be running this sale (possibly a slightly higher price, such as $9.99, though) in the next month or two with a different method of purchase.

  39. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#10OLD COMMENT

    [@Dlgmex] I already replied to you by email, twice.

    [@trust] I’m not sure what is going on but PayPro is a legitimate eCommerce sales processing company so there must be a reason why they are asking for a phone call.

    [@RoseD1st] No problem, hope we can get you in on the next offers :-)

  40. RoseD1st

    Reply to this comment#9OLD COMMENT

    While I trust Ashraf this company now worries me! I was going to buy this but after reading these comments I will pass! I will not give out any phone number just my paypal

  41. trust

    Reply to this comment#8OLD COMMENT

    [@Ashraf] Not everybody is as straightforward and honest as you are, Ashraf.

    ~ I have NEVER had to confirm my identity to a Seller when using PayPal. NEVER.
    ~ Have you EVER been required to take a **PHONE CALL** to conclude a purchase made through PayPal?
    ~ Have you EVER had a **FOURTH PARTY** inserted in a PayPal transaction?
    ~ In ALL my transactions using PayPal (both buying AND selling) the transaction goes: Seller -> PayPal -> Buyer. DONE. This includes when the funding source is a separate bank account, credit card, etc. So, why is this other payment processor in the mix: SoftOrbits -> PayPal -> PayPro -> Buyer ? The very purpose of PayPal is to guarantee the Seller will be paid AND to guarantee the Buyer’s money AND privacy are protected. This is an electronic transaction, therefore, the Seller does not need a shipping address.

    There is definitely something strange, here; and the only thing that makes sense to me is that PayPro is developing a prospective-client database. And, I suspect, SoftOrbits is in on the “strangeness”: Making an “offer you cannot refuse” to encourage the largest participation.

    You and SharewareOnSale would NOT be made aware of this necessarily.

    If you have a more likely explanation, please let me know.

  42. Dlgmex

    Reply to this comment#7OLD COMMENT

    I filled in the form, downloaded the softorbits photo suite after the softorbits site confirmed my purchase (immediately) and have attempted to use the redeye tool and photo retoucher. when I tried to save the changes to the photos, I was informed my download was not registered. I have checked my card account and the $4.99 is shown as pending.

    I have not received any message with license nor registration instructions after one hour.

    Why am I spending $4.99 for a free trial? This was my first and failing prompt reply, last purchase from sharewareonsale.

  43. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#6OLD COMMENT

    [@Daniel C] [@trust] This is not a scam to get your personal information, it is a legitimate sale. I’m not sure why Daniel’s sale was not processed — I’m guessing because PayPro’s fraud detection system flagged the order as potential scam and wanted to confirm before processing.

  44. trust

    Reply to this comment#5OLD COMMENT

    [@Daniel C] I deduce that “PayPro Sales”, with the direct collusion of SoftOrbits, is collecting customers’ details of for their own uses beyond this sale/purchase, probably in direct competition with PayPal. Why else does SoftOrbits stick a second payment processor between them and the Buyer?

    Besides what you are experiencing, did you notice that, after you were re-directed to PayPal for confirmation, the dollar-amount of your purchase was not displayed? In my experience, PayPal NEVER asks you to authorize a payment without the EXACT amount of the transaction being displayed first.

    Luckily for me, even with PayPal, I use a second ‘layer’ of self-protection. If I had not, it appears that my PayPal account would have been charged $99.00, the normal price of this package, and not the $4.99 “special” price. I base this on the fact that I tried to complete the transaction (despite the exact amount not being displayed) and for a moment as the page redirected back to the SoftOrbits’ site, I caught a brief glimpse that I was being charged $99.00.
    It was only due to that second ‘layer’ of self-protection that PayPal rejected the transaction. Then, like you, I got an email asking me to provide further information. I replied telling them to get stuffed and have heard no more.

    I’ll bet that SoftOrbits entered into a relationship with this payment processor whereby SoftOrbits is compensated for each “qualified sales suspect” they deliver to PayPro. That’s why PayPro “requires” such detailed information, the same information that PayPal already has.

    Something just isn’t right. Perhaps it would be a good idea to alert PayPal to this transaction JUST IN CASE our suspicions are justified? Good luck.

  45. Daniel C

    Reply to this comment#4OLD COMMENT

    [@Daniel C] Follow up:
    After 21 hours, still no sale. PayPal has not been charged, and I have not received a registration number. Don’t waste your time with this item.

    The sad thing about this is that I have used SoftOrbits products before (from GotD) and bought some of them. But this experience has soured me on doing any further business with them.

  46. Daniel C

    Reply to this comment#3OLD COMMENT

    I paid with PayPal, and so far I have gotten:

    —–email #1

    While reviewing your order we were unable to reach you on the provided phone number.

    Please send us a phone number that we can reach you at. We will call you to verify the order and process it promptly.

    Kind regards,
    PayPro Sales

    —-email #2

    This email is to let you know that your order is being reviewed by our staff before it can be processed.

    This process usually takes a few minutes, however it may take up to one business day in rare cases.

    If you wish to expedite the process, please reply to this email with a phone number that we can reach you at and we will call to verify the order.

    Kind regards,
    PayPro Sales

    ————–

    For a 5 dollar sale?? WTF? Why do you have to talk to me on the phone? Isn’t PayPal trustworthy enough for you?

    This is not the way to do business.

  47. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#2OLD COMMENT

    [@trust] Thank you for the kind words. If you don’t feel comfortable with the purchase, then no problem — I hope we will bring you something more to your liking in the future :-)

  48. trust

    Reply to this comment#1OLD COMMENT

    SharwareOnSale is absolutely the best site of its kind on the Net: Innovative, attractive and packed with great values and user-friendly terms & conditions. However, SoftOrbits Photo Digital Suite Personal purchase offer at $4.99 is rife with VERY Unfriendly conditions; namely, SoftOrbits’ requiring way too much personal information in order to complete the sale/purchase even when using PayPal. Full name, full address and phone number, when PayPal has that information and gurantees both seller and buyer are protected. No thank you.

    Thanks for a great site and great offers but just not this one.

Important Info

Terms and Conditions

  • This is a 1-computer lifetime license, for home and business use
  • You get free minor updates
  • You get free tech support
  • Can be installed or re-installed whenever you want
  • May not be resold
  • No refunds and exchanges; if you are having trouble activating or registering, please ask for help

Technical Details

  • Developed by SoftOrbits
  • All ten software are their latest versions available at this time
  • Download size is 40 MB
  • Supports Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • VirusTotal scan results: N/A