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Briefly: AppShopper returns to App Store, Timelines for FCPX

updated 12:58 pm EDT, Tue April 23, 2013

AppShopper Social launched

Following a removal from the App Store last September, AppShopper has returned with a new social-based app discovery tool. Dubbed AppShopper Social, the all new app contains the core Wish List functionality from the original software, but introduces new social discovery features. The app's main view consists of a Friend Stream that provides users with a stream of items that friends have added to their personal Wish List of My Apps lists. Other features such as Push Notifications for updates and price changes and app searching have also returned with AppShopper Social, while the What's New and Top 200 lists have been temporarily removed.

Noise Industries offering new Timeline FCP plug-in

Noise Industries has announced that a new Final Cut Pro plug-in is now available for purchase. Timelines from Ripple Training is a $60 collection of eight transition effects that can be used to create graphical timelines for videos. Each transition offer a number of customization options, allowing editors to change most details including color, background graphics and text. A Director's View also provides user's with an overview of transitions, complete with explanatory text guides and on-screen controls for adjusting the layout of transition video clips and drop zones.




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