IMG Launches Watch List For IMG Pro Users
2:10 PM | Tuncer Deniz
Inside Mac Games is pleased to announced that the long-awaited Watch List is now available for IMG Pro. With it, Mac gamers can keep an eye on the products they're interested in with a fully customizable Watch List. A text-based bar on the right side of the IMG home page (which can be toggled on or off and even moved) will show you new items related to your watch list.
Users can also choose to be notified by email when new articles related to your Watch List items are posted. For example, if an IMG Pro user adds "Battlefield 1942" to their Watch List, the system will email the user when an article about that product is posted on the web site. In addition to adding games, users can add companies, events, video, and even audio products to their Watch List.
What is IMG Pro? It is a subscriber version of the Inside Mac Games website that allows you to turn off all advertisements, customize the homepage to show only the items you want, and set up a custom Watch List to notify you when new articles have been posted about items you're interested in. IMG Pro also features a choice of themes, and a new QuickSearch feature that lets you find what you're looking for, faster and easier. Best of all, an IMG Pro subscription gives you access to the same discounts as MacGames DVD subscribers, and includes a free, full version of a game (all you pay is the shipping; see free game list below) with your subscription as well.
Want to try out IMG Pro? Try it for a week for free! Just sign up for a 1 or 2 year IMG Pro account and make sure to check the "Free Trial" checkbox. You will need a credit card to get a free trial account. Your card will be charged after one week, but you're free to cancel at any time before then at no charge.
For more information on IMG Pro, please follow the link below.
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