Ashampoo Snap is now also available for Android™ devices!
With the Ashampoo Snap app, German software developer Ashampoo has pulled off a successful start into mobile application development. The Android exclusive software makes editing and sharing screenshots and images on smartphones a breeze. Within a very short time, the app achieved more than 17.000 downloads and was named “App of the day” by Chip Online and ComputerBild.de. Snap for Android is available in two editions, a feature-reduced free version and as a paid more feature-rich version for $2.99.
“Ashampoo Snap has been the de facto standard in Windows screenshot tools for more than 10 years which makes applying our expertise to mobile devices a no-brainer. We've received highly positive feedback within the first few weeks from both our customers and our media partners.” says developer Susanne Tschorn.
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Create photo stories in HD with Ashampoo Slideshow Studio HD 3
Ashampoo Slideshow Studio HD comes in a new version that brings numerous enhancements. Thanks to its revamped user metaphor, unsorted photos become stunning full HD video presentations in just minutes. The main focus during development was on the user interface that has been greatly improved in terms of structure and handling.
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Ashampoo further extends internationalization support and is already available in nearly 50 languages
With the addition of Greek and Swedish, Ashampoo has improved their website localization by two more languages. The now 15 website languages and 48 program languages have been a major contributing factor in the German-based software developer's massive sales increases over the past few years. “Once again, our most important sales regions have been the USA, Central Europe, East Europe and Australia but we've seen increases in all regions mainly due to the vast number of available program languages.” reports Henning Seedorf, director of sales.
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To many press releases at once?
The basic idea – selling software only over the Internet – sounds simple today, but in 1999 this was revolutionary.
With a handful of staff, a 64kbit (ISDN) leased line and a small office, Rolf Hilchner, whose own sector knowledge goes back to the year 1984, started with the realization of this idea. Henceforth software, which was developed in-house, has been sold over the Internet, excluding specialized shops. This strategic orientation paid off.
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