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Daily Update for August 22, 2012

It's the TUAW Daily Update, your source for Apple news in a convenient audio format. You'll get all the top Apple stories of the day in three to five minutes for a quick review of what's happening in the Apple world. You can listen to today's Apple stories by clicking the inline player (requi...

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iStopMotion 3 for Mac released, can now use iPhone or iPad as remote camera

Our buddies at Boinx have just announced the availability in the Mac App Store of iStopMotion 3 for Mac. The new release of the stop motion animation app comes with a drastically reduced price point as well -- iStopMotion 3 will be available for a limited time for US$29.99, with a regular price o...

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TUAW and MacTech interview: Boinx Software

Boinx makes some of our favorite tools, including BoinxTV and iStopMotion. In this video, Neil Ticktin (Editor-in-Chief, MacTech Magazine) interviews Oliver Breidenbach of Boinx Software at WWDC 2012. Oliver was kind enough to tell us about their thoughts on the announcements on WWDC, and how i...

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Daily iPad App: Boinx iStopMotion brings stop motion animation to iOS

Boinx Software is one of my favorite Apple development companies. I use their Boinx TV app to produce TUAW TV Live every week, and all of our onsite video from Macworld Expo 2011 went through Boinx TV. Their Fotomagico software has been a slideshow favorite for years, and their You Gotta See Th...

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WWDC Interview: Boinx Software

This week TUAW and MacTech Magazine teamed up to speak to developers at WWDC about the keynote and how Apple's new technologies will help them and their customers. Over the next couple of weeks, we'll bring you those videos here, at MacTech.com and at MacNews.com. Also, check out the free tri...

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Boinx offers Spring savings on its "Home" products

From now until Monday, May 23, Mac users with a craving to create can save a bundle on iStopMotion Home, FotoMagico Home, or BoinxTV Home when purchased through the Mac App Store. Each product is available for US$9.99 during the sale announced by the German software maker Boinx earlier this wee...

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BoinxTV Home out tomorrow on the Mac App Store

Mike Schramm and I just spoke with Oliver Breidenbach from Boinx, and we're pretty excited to hear about a new Mac App Store release (tomorrow) of a new version of BoinxTV: BoinxTV Home. It's a consumer-level version of the live-broadcast software with a lower price point and distribution through th...

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Those wacky Boinx guys release You Gotta See This! iPhone 4 app

Over the past few days Boinx, the German developers of Boinx TV and other exciting products, have been teasing everyone with word of a new iPhone 4 app. Well, in a highly-publicized live event this morning (evening in Deutschland), the company announced a new app, You Gotta See This! (US$1.99). I...

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BoinxTV 1.0 released today

We had a little teaser for BoinxTV during WWDC this summer. If you missed it, it's a joint project between Boinx Software and The Coding Monkeys, aimed at smaller producers of video (video podcasters, school TV shows, anyone who doesn't have their own production studio ... ), with the goal of impro...

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WWDC '08: Boinx + TheCodingMonkeys = BoinxTV

We heard from TheCodingMonkeys last week, and there was mention of a joint project with Boinx Software. Being a big fan of Boinx software (iStopMotion, Mousepose, Fotomagico), I couldn't wait to see what they had up their sleeves. The project is called BoinxTV, and it's going to be an invaluable t...

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Mouseposť 2

Mouseposé 2 introduces soft edges and click animations to the premier mouse highlighting application on the market today. The most interesting feature, though, isn't a feature of the application per se. What the heck am I talking about? Mouseposé, using the text to speech capabilities ...

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iStopMotion 1.10.1

iStopMotion 1.10.1 from Boinx software is out, and it has a cool new feature for Apple Remote enabled Macs. That's right, you can use the remote to interact with the program. The menu button takes a picture (this is a stop motion program, in case you didn't know) and the play button plays the movie ...

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