Krasbit Technologies Chameleon

Version 000
Author Krasbit Technologies Chameleon
Default File Extension .CHML
Popularity 5.0 (1 Votes)
License Paid
Category Misc
Updated 2/1/2021
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About Krasbit Technologies Chameleon

Krasbit Technologies Chameleon 000 is software program developed by Krasbit Technologies Chameleon under Paid license and categorised as Misc software programs. Krasbit Technologies Chameleon primary supported file format is .CHML and can open other related file types, please see the complete list of all supported file formats by Krasbit Technologies Chameleon.

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Krasbit Technologies Chameleon Supported Platforms

Krasbit Technologies Chameleon supported platforms.


Krasbit Technologies Chameleon Supported File Types

Krasbit Technologies Chameleon default file extension is .CHML and other Krasbit Technologies Chameleon supported extensions are:


About Licensing
  1. Free Trial This software are often used for an attempt period, like 14 days, before requiring payment. Some trial versions have a reduced feature set.
  2. Free This software is liberal to use. Examples include open-source , freeware software, like free programs supported by advertising.
  3. Free+ This software is liberal to download and use, but contains in-app purchases (IAP) to unlock additional content or functionality.
  4. Paid This software must be purchased so as to use it. it's going to be offered as a perpetual license or ongoing subscription.
  5. Included with OS This software is bundled with an OS , like Windows, macOS, or Android.

Updated 2/1/2021