Much Awaited Blu-ray Playback Comes to Mac OS X

MacGo Inc., a company primarily known for its expertise in developing video conversion tool, has come up with a new and highly sought after gift for the Mac Users all across the globe - compatibility of Blu-ray movies with the Mac OS X platform.

It’s no hidden secret how Apple has been always shying away from introducing Blu-ray compatibility to its Mac systems - and that too, after consistently hearing a lot of whining from fans who demand the feature to be incorporated into Mac operating system platforms.

Instead the company is busy consoling users with alternative options such as the iTunes store.

The MacGo Mac Blu-ray player is the first of its kind software that is compatible with both PC and Mac systems.

“We can decrypt any Blu-ray discs successfully. DVD player as well. Supporting DVD decryption and DVD menu, Mac Bluray Player can play DVD discs as well,” the product page claims.

The product supports a wide range of different video formats including Blu-ray, MOV, AVI, DVD, VideoCD, WMV, FLV, MKV, MPEG, RMVB, AC3, AAC, WMA, MP4 and many more.

The product comes with a 3 month trial version which is absolutely free, while the full version of the product will cost users $39.99.