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  • Hipstamatic’s Makers Introduce Cinamatic, A New Video Editing App

    Hipstamatic’s Makers Introduce Cinamatic, A New Video Editing App

    The makers of Hipstamatic, the app that was introduced in 2009 and gained a loyal following for its square-format photos and filters before Instagram took over in ubiquity, has launched a new video editing app called Cinamatic. Cinamatic is currently available for iPhones and costs $1.99. Additional filters are available as in-app purchases. Cinamatic uses the same formula as Hipstamatic… Read More

  • Hipstamatic Out Of Film? Camera App Lays Off Engineers And Others

    Hipstamatic Out Of Film? Camera App Lays Off Engineers And Others

    Is Hipstamatic, the iPhone photo app that was an early hit on the App Store, on the rocks? TechCrunch understands that Synthetic, makers of the app, has recently had to let go of much of its engineering staff, among others, as part of a wider restructuring as it looks for cash. A number of public tweets (embedded below) also point to people leaving. The news comes as a surprise, given that… Read More

  • Amid Photo App Gold Rush, iPhone App Of The Year, Hipstamatic, Moves To San Francisco

    Synthetic Corp, the company behind the hit iPhone app, Hipstamatic, has had a very good year. Not only was their paid app one of the best-selling apps of the year, Apple bestowed the “App of the Year” crown on it a few weeks ago. And now they’re closing out the year with one more big piece of news: they’re relocating to San Francisco. The company has actually bought… Read More

  • Distilled From Burbn, Instagram Makes Quick Beautiful Photos Social (Preview)

    Distilled From Burbn, Instagram Makes Quick Beautiful Photos Social (Preview)

    For about the past six months or so, I’ve been using an app called Burbn. Despite being in stealth mode, the app attracted quite a bit of buzz as it was in the location space and built entirely in HTML5. Oh, and the $500,000 investment from Baseline Ventures and Andreessen Horowitz helped gather interest as well. But it turns out Burbn was a red herring of sorts. Or perhaps more… Read More