Print Perfect Pictures
LateNiteSoft has taken over SnapshotLateNiteSoft has taken over Snapshot in a deal that ensures the continued evolution of the popular photo printing application.
LateNiteSoft s planning to provide frequent updates to Snapshot, as well as major releases approximately every 12 to 18 months. "We are honored and delighted to have Snapshot under our umbrella", says Jorge Llubia, LateNiteSoft co-founder and COO. "It is a sound product, with lots of room for growth and evolution, and we are excited about planning our next releases".
Print Perfect Pictures
Snapshot brings the power of a photo lab to your computer. Printing your digital images has never been easier.
You have full control over the print size and how you want to crop and frame your picture. Add borders and speech bubbles for more interesting and personal prints. Multiple layout styles allow you to get just the prints you want - and full print previews make wasted paper a thing of the past!
Like many other small and creative development companies, LateNiteSoft founders started out writing Xslimmer after their day jobs and family commitments were over each day. Months of hard work later, they have recently decided to go all the way and establish themselves as full-time Indie developers, working on Mac and iPhone apps. "Incorporating Snapshot just after we've gone indie is like a Christmas present for us - we suddenly have a third product and feel the thrill to be able to work on new features, instead of having to spend many weeks in all the technical foundations", says Pedro Cuenca, co-founder and CTO. "What's more important, we are incorporating an existing and faithful customer base, plus a solid technology framework that already complements our own work on Sketches and other products yet to be announced", confirms Jorge.
Pricing and Availability: Snapshot is available for $29.95 USD from Snapshot's web site. A license includes free upgrades until the next major revision.
LateNiteSoft is based in Torrelodones, a small beautiful town in the outskirts of Madrid, Spain. Bringing dozens of years of accummulated experience in both the software and telecommunication sectors, LateNiteSoft was founded in late 2006 to fulfill the passion of creating first-in-class software products. Stunt Software was founded in 2004, and is dedicated to creating high quality software for the Macintosh platform.
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