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Camera Awesome Edit Screen

SmugMug has released its popular Camera Awesome app for Android. Camera Awesome has been downloaded over 20 million times on iOS. With this launch, SmugMug also built some new Android-specific features like high-speed burst shooting mode, facial recognition and tracking, and selective filtering (full list of new features below). [click to continue…]

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Apple Aperture 3.5 Released

by on October 22, 2013

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Aperture 3

Alongside several other updates today, Apple updated Aperture to version 3.5. the update adds several new features and bug fixes.

Notably, Aperture 3.5 now supports iCloud Photo Sharing and Apple Maps support. For SmugMug users, you can now publish and sync galleries directly from Aperture to your SmugMug account.

The list of new features and bug fixes is below. [click to continue…]

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SmugMug Design Sample

SmugMug has launched a complete site overhaul and, finally, makes it easy to make your site look great.

The overhaul includes the following major features: [click to continue…]

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SmugMug for Android

SmugMug has launched SmugMug for Android in the Google Play App Store.

SmugMug actually acquired a popular third party app, SmugFolio and hired the app’s developer, Brian Wood.

SmugFolio is now called “SmugMug for Android” and includes some new, exciting features including the ability to browse SmugMug user accounts without needing to log into the app. This is a great way to give friends and family a way to browse your public galleries on their phones and tablets.

SmugMug for Android is available for free here on the Google Play Store.

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Camera Awesome iPad

SmugMug’s popular Camera Awesome app is now available for iPad.  The Camera Awesome iPhone app, which launched last February, now has 7 million users that have taken and shared more than 160 million photos. [click to continue…]

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Late Friday night, SmugMug subscribers (including yours truly) got an email regarding a new pricing structure for Pro users.  The former account options have been changed from Basic, Power and Pro to now Basic, Power, Portfolio and Business.

Essentially, the Pro account is split into Portfolio and Business.  The key difference between the two new types of accounts is that the Business account allows you to set prices and make profits on prints purchased through your online account.

Previously, the Pro account, which allowed you to set prices and make profits on prints, was priced at $150 per year.  Now, the Portfolio account is priced at $150 per year.  The Business account is priced at $300 per year.  Existing Pro users can renew for $250 for next year. [click to continue…]

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