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iScrapbook for sale in Apple retail stores

updated 08:05 pm EST, Fri November 30, 2007

iScrapbook retail box

Chronos today announced the availability of a retail-boxed version iScrapbook - its digital scrapbooking application - at Apple retail stores nationwide. Originally available as a stand-alone DVD and a direct download, iScrapbook allows users to design and print scrapbooks. The app comes with the SOHO Art Pack for no additional cost, a collection of 40,000+ designer-quality photographs, object photos, and vector-based clip-art. The iScrapbook retail version is available from the Apple retail store for $55.

iScrapbook also ships with specialty photo markers, background papers, photo frames, pre-designed templates and 100+ "Super-Masks" for designer effects. Chronos is offering a free, fully functioning 30-day trial through its website, allowing users to try the software before they buy.





by MacNN Staff

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  1. SwissMac

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Nationwide? Which Nation?

    Err, that sounds so parochial - nationwide. there are 190 Nations in the world, exactly which one are we talking about here? France? Germany? The UK? Australia? I can't think of anywhere else - duh!

  1. msuper69

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    .com = US

    mann.com is a U.S. web site so I'm assuming the nation in question is the U.S.

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