iDeer Blu-ray Player
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iDeer Blu-ray Player is a universal media player software for playing Blu-ray, DVD, BD ISO, DVD ISO, video, audio, music, and photos on the desktop of Macs and Windows PC's. With Arix, it can also play Blu-ray on iPhone/iPad/iPod touch devices.
What's New
  • Fixed the blank screen problem of the old Mac graphics.
  • Fix some other minor bugs.
  • Support the latest Blu-ray disc "The Pirate Fairy", "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug", "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues", "47 Ronin", "Fargo", etc.
Intel, OS X 10.6 or later

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iDeer Blu-ray Play... User Discussion (Write a Review)
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JessieW2601 reviewed on 03 Jan 2014
iDeer plays my blu-ray discs of different regions and formats. It runs stably and provides awesome quality. Satisfied with this tool.


Jdub800 commented on 17 Sep 2013
Oh Deer?


JasonE commented on 09 Apr 2013
Stop with all these copycats. It is a game/racket.



Shallowp reviewed on 09 Apr 2013
Bad player. Period. Stuttering playback, audio sync problems, sometimes not playing at all and hogging the CPU.

Alternative: Blu-ray player is just working as it should.

Don't waste any money on this.


Ghibbelan commented on 29 Mar 2013
Some companies/brands seem to represent a questionable "philosphy" in software "developement" and sales strategy against foreign customers because certain parts of the Chinese society perceive the rest of the world and the peoples outside "the empire of the middle" as a bunch of stupid barbarians - and so it's allowed to rip off the rest of the world...?

IMHO it's better to say no to

iDeer software
ImTOO Software Studio
Mac DVD Ripper Soft

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Raycon replied on 04 May 2013
I agree, except for Wondershare which has been putting out good software for both the Mac and iOS.

Donperreault replied on 04 May 2013
I looked at the list and some companies I recognized and agreed with you for except _Wondershare_.

Umaromc replied on 05 May 2013
I just launched iSkySoft DVD Copy Pro and was prompted to update, this took me to Aimersoft DVD Backup's website.

Negritude replied on 05 May 2013
I don't think it's a good idea to stereotype all China-based software development as shady, but I do think it's a good idea to be cautious about installing software in general, especially if you're not familiar with the company.

I have two specific disagreements with your list:

1. DVDFab (Fengtao Software) is an extremely well-known brand in the Windows world, and while Mac users are just now discovering them, I don't think they are in the same category as these other new jack outfits.

2. MacGo produces the only consistent and reliable Blu-ray playback solution for OS X. All the other companies, including Aurora and iDeer, are copying off of them. At some point in the future, VLC may be able to easily support Blu-ray playback, but for now, MacGo's commercial solution, which is based on VLC's code, is the best way. The product has been tested and is in use by a lot of people, so I don't think it fits in with the shady side of Chinese developed software either.

Imarc845 replied on 02 Mar 2014
I agree completely with Negritude. Both Fengtao (DVDFab) and MacGo (Blu-ray Player) are real software companies producing original programs.

The others on your list sure do look, sound and smell like copycats.


Foulger reviewed on 14 Dec 2012
Cancel my last review - its not free at all - it is in fact a bigger rip off than the Blu-Ray Player. Beware - there's no such thing as a free lunch!



Foulger reviewed on 14 Dec 2012
Well done for showing up the $39.95 merchants. Develop it into a full and stable app and then charge a reasonable fee. Good Luck


Flavum commented on 14 Dec 2012
I could be wrong, but I get a bad feeling every time I see a $39.95 audio/video/ripper/converter/player app. iSkysoft, Digiarty and Xilisoft all fall into this category and we all know what they're up to.


Helmo Hass commented on 26 Oct 2012
Can someone please explain me WHY, after the 1 MacBlu-ray player now we should have also this and the other clone ????

i mean for those who still haven't noticed iDeer Blu-ray Player - Aurora Blu-ray Player and Blu-ray Player ARE EXACTLY THE SAME PIECE OF SOFTWARE
totally clones excepted for the registration ahahahaha so whats the deal???

i know irs hard to survive nowadays. but please, go beg somewhere else, i find this behaviour very unpleasant and totally disrespectful. ever heard about Imagination :) try

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Kewl replied on 14 Dec 2012
Yes, I noticed that too. Usually, we find this sort of copycatting on the Windows side...


Markf21 reviewed on 26 Oct 2012
After looking at this company's website it shows that it isn't free as listed but on special now for $49.99 from $59.99. 1/2 Star rating as no other way to do so.

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Type:Multimedia Design : Video
Date:11 Apr 2014
Platform:Intel 32 / OS X
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iDeer Blu-ray Player is a universal media player software for playing Blu-ray, DVD, BD ISO, DVD ISO, video, audio, music, and photos on the desktop of Macs and Windows PC's. With Arix, it can also play Blu-ray on iPhone/iPad/iPod touch devices.

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