November 15, 2012 in Software
[prMac.com] Centennial, Colorado - Sweeter Rhythm LLC has acquired Viewfinder from Connected Flow, Ltd. Viewfinder simplifies the process of searching and downloading licensed content from Flickr. Following the acquisition, version 1.2 of Viewfinder for Mac was released.
Viewfinder searches Flickr's over six billion photos in a snap to bring you the images you need. You can search tags, titles and descriptions and sort by most interesting, most relevant or most recent. Viewfinder has built-in integrations with Desktop Pictures and Keynote. Viewfinder takes care to preserve the photographer's license and intention.
Version 1.2 delivers Mountain Lion support, retina artwork, and an updated user interface. In addition, a number of bugs have been resolved.
Sweeter Rhythm is providing free licenses to all customers who previously purchased Viewfinder from Connected Flow or the Mac App Store. More details may be found in the Viewfinder Transition FAQ.
Sweeter Rhythm also announced a price drop for Viewfinder. It now sells for $14.99 USD.
"I've been an enormous Viewfinder fan since beta testing the 1.0 release, three years ago. I'm very excited to take it into the future," said Sweeter Rhythm founder Fraser Hess in an email to customers.
Pricing and Availability:
Viewfinder 1.2 is available for $14.99 USD from the Sweeter Rhythm website. Members of the press may request a license for review purposes.
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