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Chronos releases iScrapbook 4
Monday, November 19, 2012 @ 5:19pm

Chronos Inc today announced the release of iScrapbook 4, upgrading its digital scrapbooking software for Mac OS X with the most features the company has ever added to a release. The new version brings an overhauled user interface with a more modern look and improved efficiency. It also adds social sharing features, allowing users to post content to Facebook, Twitter, Flicker, and more.



In addition to the above features, iScrapbook 4 brings the ability to add text along the path of any shape, add movies to scrapbook pages, and to save scrapbook pages as desktop backgrounds. Users can also view scrapbook content in iPhoto, rotate grouped objects as a whole, and view the entire app in full-screen when running in Lion or above. iScrapbook 4 is available for free on a trial basis. Users can get a fully functional copy of the program for 30 days from Chronos' site. Copies of the software can be purchased for $50 for a single license or $90 for a family pack. Users that already have a registered copy of iScrapbook can upgrade to version 4 for $30.

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