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A new FotoStation developed for Mac OS X
Mark Peters : November 2nd 2004 - 05:27 CET
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FotowareIt is not everyday that we launch a new FotoStation, and we are very pleased to offer our new and existing customers the new FotoStation Classic! The program is designed for Windows XP and Apple OS X operating systems. It will use all the new features of each of the two different systems, and we are sure that the Mac users will appreciate an application written to run only on OS X, and use all the sophisticated features on this platform. "We had a very strong commitment to deliver a true OS X version to the Apple environment", says FotoWare’s CEO O.C. Frenning. "Many software developers have used their old code and made it run on the new OS X, but we started off only with our experience, and wrote a completely new application."
A new FotoStation developed for Mac OS X"We believe that this is the only way to benefit from the OS X's sophisticated features, now, and into the future." The Windows XP users will enjoy the look and feel of Microsoft's best-ever operating system. The new FotoStation Classic is built on the same technological platform as the famous FotoStation Pro, used by professionals all over the world.

Many of our customers are using Adobe Photoshop to edit their images, and we have no plans to compete with Adobe on this point. However, it is clear that these customers need a strong and advanced solution to capture images from a digital camera, to add text and information to the images, to build an archive and to deliver images by email, web pages or prints. FotoStation Classic can do all this and much more!

The only difference between the Classic and the Pro is the image editor. For many customers, the built-in image editor in FotoStation Pro will still be sufficient for their needs, and they are now able to obtain this feature for a very low additional cost to the FotoStation Classic price.

The new FotoStation Classic for Mac OS X is currently a release preview, and on the 4th of October, the release version will be available for download on our website. The new edition will be delivered only through FotoWare's network of dealers and distributors worldwide.

The first version of FotoStation was released in 1995. FotoWare has delivered more than 2 million copies of FotoStation worldwide, and the program is currently ranked among the best applications to work with digital images and other media files.
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