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Did you read about GRemote the other day? If it caught your interest – here’s the chance to get a license of your own.

GRemote is a commercial product (9,95 USD) that works on Windows Mobile and Android Phones. It works as a remote control for your computer with full support for programs like Windows Media Center, MediaPlayer, WinAmp, VLC, Windows Explorer, Mouse, TouchPad etc. If you use WinAmp or Windows Media Player you get the entire playlist and search function right there on your phone.

How to enter

Simply answer the following question and email it to the address below, before Friday, December 3. Winners will be announced later next week, and will receive their license directly from the developers.

QUESTION:

Which features would make GRemote an even better application ?

Send your answer and name to: info@gbmsoftware.com before December 3. Write “Mintywhite Competition” as Subject.



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Computer geek from the age of 7, which amounts to 30 years of computer experience. From the early days (when every computer company had their own OS) of DOS, Windows 1.0 through Seven...

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3 thoughts on “[Expired] Win one of 10 licenses of GRemote Pro (Worth $9.95)”

  1. Raffi_Q says:

    Just seen an E-mail saying i won but no details on how to collect the prize. Any help?

    1. Anonymous says:

      the email should contain a link to the download page.
      If not head to the GBMsoftware page, click on the UPDATE link and enter the email you used to enter the competition. If that doesn’t helpe, try emailing Marcin, the developer.

  2. RSVR85 says:

    Is this now [Expired]?

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