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Briefly: Ember gains Smart Drawing feature, NextWorth iPhone trade-ins

updated 12:56 pm EDT, Tue August 13, 2013

Ember updated with new annotation feature

Realmac software has updated its Mac-based digital scrapbook software, Ember. New to v1.1 is a Smart Drawing feature that is capable of detecting specific hand drawn shapes and replacing them with smooth pre-rendered versions. This includes arrows, circles, squares, and more. A host of other improvements, including the ability to drag images directly from the Finder and into Collections, are also featured in this release. Ember weighs in at 21.8MB and can be purchased in the Mac App Store for $50.

NextWorth lets customers lock in iPhone price now, sell device in a month

As the anticipated launch of the next generation iPhone grows closer many users will begin looking to sell their current handset. According to data from NextWorth the value of a device beings to decline around 3 to 4 weeks before the announcement of a new iPhone, when rumours reach a peak. Based on this NextWorth is offering a special deal to its customers that allow them to lock in a trade-in price now, but keep their device for an additional 30 days. Currently, users looking to sell their device can receive up to $316 for a working 32GB iPhone 5, while an iPhone 4S can net customers up to $214.




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