As you may recall, on Friday of last week (August 10, 2007), we ran an article about Incrediflash. (If you missed out on that, you can read it here). Well, ever since, I have been getting e-mails and phone calls left and right about how you can actually get Incrediflash and use it for yourself. So, in light of that, I have to take this time and apologize, because we definitely should have included something about that in the last article. But, since we failed to do so, I’m going to give you some information about it today instead. I hope this makes up for our mistake!
Now, after doing some online searching, I am still a little confused as to how the whole Incrediflash program works, but I think I’ve got it pretty much figured out. It seems as if there are a couple different versions of Incrediflash you can get, but either way, neither of them are free. You can download free trials of them from the Internet, but if you want to continue using it, you will need to purchase it. Of course, there are several Web sites you can order it from as well, which can all be found by doing a simple search for “Incrediflash” with any search engine.
Alright, so it looks like there is a version of this program called Incrediflash Intro and Banner Studio 1.0. This one seems like it would be better for beginners, so if you don’t know a whole lot about the program yet, you could start with this one. The other version I found is called Incrediflash XTreme 1.0 and it seems to be a little more advanced. I know there is a free trial of this version, but after that, it retails for $59.95. Like I said, you can find both of these and more just by doing a search for Incrediflash with your favorite search engine. Hope this one helps!