Jacksonville Beach, FL (PressExposure) March 26, 2009 -- BinaryNow is now offering people the opportunity to pay what they want for its most popular software titles until December 14, 2009. This social experiment was originated by Radiohead, followed by many other forward-thinking artists, and perfected this year by 2D BOY and their World of Goo game. Now it is being tested on Microsoft Windows productivity and Internet security software.
There is no catch, no biddings, extra charges or hidden fees. You pick your price and pay what you want, only $1 or more. More information can be found here:
In a matter of minutes, you can download, install and use any of the applications that qualify for the pay what you want offer:
Kingsoft Office is a true alternative to Microsoft Office. It includes 3 applications: Writer, Spreadsheets and Presentation, all of which have a close resemblance to the familiar layout and functionality we are all use to. It uses the same format as MS Office (2000/XP/2003). Even the latest Microsoft Office 2007 documents (.DOCX) and spreadsheet (.XLSX) are supported. The regular price for this application is $39.95.
Kingsoft Internet Security is an advanced anti-virus and security software specifically designed for always on Internet computers. It contains anti-virus, anti-malware, a vulnerability scanner and personal firewall. Find and fix rootkits, spyware, trojans, virus and malware infections. Includes an annual subscription to real-time updates and allows installation on up to 3 computers. The regular price for this application is $24.95
BinaryNow's goal is to create a community of individuals, businesses, and non-profits, treat them with respect and provide products that are valued and appreciated. We feel that our software is already affordable, but we know that some people cannot afford it or believe that a different price should be paid. Now it is their time to be heard.