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Briefly: Chronos' Greeting Card Shop, DJ Mixer for Spotify launch

updated 02:40 pm EDT, Mon October 21, 2013

Digital greeting card software features over 5100 graphics

Chronos today announced its release of its greeting card creation software, Greeting Card Shop. The program allows users to create, mail and digitally share cards and invitations on OS X. Greeting Card Shop's features include support for double-sided cards and invitations; single, double and tri-folding compatibility; and support for multiple cards or invitations per page. Panels can be edited singularly, or as multiples -- which assists with editing graphics that traverse more than one panel.

Holidays and everyday occasion themes are supported -- examples include Christmas, Hanukkah and sympathy cards. Available for $40 for a single license and $60 for a family pack, Chronos' Greeting Card Shop can be downloaded directly from

DJ Mixer for Spotify launches for iPad, offering offline use

iPad DJing app, DJ Mixer for Spotify, has launched on Apple's App Store from developer Musicsoft Arts. Premium Spotify users sign in to their Spotify accounts, and then transfer across songs from its 20 million track catalogue, including those saved on their existing playlists. Consisting of two virtual decks and controls to mix, tempo and pitch can be adjusted and loops and 'hot cue points' can be set. DJ Mixer for Spotify is available for free, and can be downloaded from iTunes.

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