Giveaway: Free WALTR for Windows lifetime license [Closed]


If you’re tired of syncing music and videos between your computer and iOS device, WALTR is the app you might be looking for. WALTR allows you to transfer music and videos to your iOS device via drag-and-drop, where they can be directly played using the native apps, irrespective of file format. Originally launched for Mac, WALTR has recently been released for Windows too. And to celebrate the Windows release, we are giving away three lifetime licenses of WALTR for Windows, worth $29.95 each.

WALTR for Windows


Note: The Giveaway has now ended. Thanks for the overwhelming response!

To participate in the Giveaway, just complete the tasks provided in the Giveaway widget below. There are basically three tasks out of which only one (commenting) is mandatory. You need to leave a comment on this blog post telling us your opinion on WALTR. After that, you should login using the Giveaway widget and confirm your task completion. Please note that we’ll not be publishing any of the comments until the Giveaway has ended.

The other two tasks (i.e. Tweet and Follow) are optional. But when selecting entries based on comments alone is tough, tweets and follows from an active Twitter account might give you an advantage. If you don’t have a Twitter account though, there’s no need to create one just for this purpose. We would like our users to be genuine, so please Tweet or Follow us only if you really wish to do so.

Candidates will be short-listed by our team, who will internally review the tasks completed by participants. The three winners will then be picked up randomly from the short-listed users.

This Giveaway will be open till the 4th of July. We wish you good luck!

It’s now time to announce the winners. Given below are the names of the three participants who get to take home a free lifetime license of WALTR for Windows.

  • Chiranjoy Bhattacharjee
  • Chris Lane
  • Monte Carlos

Congratulations Winners! We’ll contact you via email shortly.

The comments from the winners is now available to view in the comment section below.

Missed the chance? Don’t worry, you can still avail our special offer of flat 33% discount on any WALTR license. And we’ll be having a lot more Giveaways like this one in the future. So stay tuned! 


Share your thoughts

  • Carlos

    I didn’t update my playlist for like 3 months and I’m fed up of listening to the old songs over and over again. Eventually I stopped using my iPhone music app and even deleted all the songs. But after using the trial version of WALTR, I think my music activity will make a comeback.

    If I don’t win it, I might even end up buying it…

  • Chiranjoy Bhattacharjee

    It’s really freedom. From the strains of syncing. It’s a great step up to maximize the use of several iOS apps. Specially by the users who, for evident reasons, have been reluctant to take up the task of opening iTunes and sync the files they want to have on their iOS devices. Pre Conversion of file formats to support the iOS device has been another job not willingly taken up by many. The introduction of WALTR eradicating all these issues under a single umbrella is a pure sign of evolution and of stamping the fact that it’s ease of use that matters. For Apple, smooth end user interaction with Intelligent output, has been the mantra throughout ( and one doesn’t have to be a tech connoisseur to realize this). WALTR just made things easier and more fun, keeping intact the integrity of the Performance that an iOS device stands for. From where I look at it, WALTR is already a huge success, and is going to be loved, supported and used by one and all. The fact that all this comes with a minimal reasonable price is justified. Nevertheless, a giveaway is always welcome and a lifetime license to such a great app is undoubtedly worth giving a shot at. Salute to the guys who made WALTR happen. Finally my personal regards to 7labs for bringing us users together with this contest.

  • Chris Lane

    The drag and drop feature definitely puts it high on my list. Other apps are much more complicated