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June 13, 2013

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Yahoo! Acquires GhostBird Software


Yahoo! has just announced that they have taken over GhostBird Software, the advanced iOS photography app makers of PhotoForge2 and KitCam.

The details of the contract have not yet been revealed, but Yahoo says that they took over GhostBird in order to improve Flickr, indicating that users could expect a more advanced version of Flickr app over the coming months.

Before this acquisition, GhostBird had revealed 3 iOS photo apps: PhotoForge, PhotoForge 2, and KitCam.
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Mobile photographers are permitted to shoot with a few different films and lenses using KitCam; they can also adjust the settings manually like exposure and white balance. Meanwhile, the PhotoForge series focuses on altering the photos after the fact, with cropping, image resizing, advanced settings adjustments like levels and curves, and metadata editing.

In a recent announcement, the company had revealed that there will be no further improvements on these apps and that they are also not intended to support newer iOS versions. However, users who had already bought their apps can re-download them via iCloud.



Via TechCrunch

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June 10, 2013

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Apple Launches iOS7 at WWDC ’13

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On Monday, Apple launched its latest edition of iPad and iPhone software, iOS7 at its yearly developer conference. This latest mobile operating system feels and looks familiar, but its fresh design is adequate to infuse the much-required life in the mobile platform. This new iPad and iPhone software marks the worth of around a year’s […]

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June 5, 2013

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Wikipad Gaming Tablet to Be Launched in US on June 11, 2013

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The most-awaited 7-inch Wikipad gaming tablet has been launched in the United States at an enticing pricing point of $249, and it’s slated to be rolled out in global markets later this summer.

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