Have a Wii and a Mac? Want to share your movies, music, and pictures directly to your Wii? If you answered yes to both those questions, you need to check out Wii Transfer. Use the coupon code “NEWSLETTER” to save 20% off the already low $19 price.
New in version 2.6: The ability to copy your Miis to your Mac!
If you’re looking for a Nintendo Wii this holiday season, Riverfold Software has the answer. Riverfold Software is the company behind the Mac software Wii Transfer which allows you to share your movies, music, and pictures directly to your Wii.
Just in time for the holidays, Riverfold Software is holding a contest where the winner will receive a Nintendo Wii. Entering the contest is simple using the two entry methods available. Using the first method, just post a message to twitter and include “@wii” (without the quotes) at the beginning of the message. The second method involves filling out a two line form with your email address and the email address of a friend. You can enter once via each method for a possible total of two chances to win.
As usual with many of the contests we’ve featured recently, it’s open only to US residents 18 years of age and older. If you want to win, you need to hurry since the contest ends December 15th at noon CST. You can read all the contest information, rules and fine print here. Good luck to you all!
If you’ve got a Wii and a Mac, then Wii Transfer might be what you’re looking for. Wii Transfer turns your Wii into something similar to an AppleTV. “Wii Transfer can share your movies, music, and pictures directly to your Nintendo Wii using the Internet Channel. Browse iTunes playlists and iPhoto albums on your television. Convert your movies to formats the Wii understands, either streaming directly from your Mac or for playback in the Wii’s Photo Channel.” Wii Transfer is available today only for $9 from MacZOT.