Paste by FiftyThree Now Integrates with Unsplash and Giphy

Paste — the collaborative presentation tool by FiftyThree, Inc (makers of the fantastic Paper app) has today received its first major update since launch in November last year. Built for creative teams, Paste enables you to create beautiful presentations on the go with ease and makes sharing your work even easier.

Today’s update introduces integrations with two amazing services — Unsplash and Giphy. Unsplash has a plethora of outstanding royalty-free photographs to use in your work, while Giphy really needs no introduction. The update also includes natural language processing (NLP), so you’re offered automatic suggestions based on keywords in your slides.

If you haven’t already, you should definitely check out Paste on the App Store.




Panic Stops Development of Transmit for iOS & Removes it from Sale

Panic has announced that it is ceasing development of Transmit for iOS effective immediately. The app will be removed from sale soon, as Panic believes that it doesn’t want to sell something that isn’t actively developed.

Announcing this on the Panic blog, Cabel Sasser says:

Transmit iOS made about $35k in revenue in the last year, representing a minuscule fraction of our overall 2017 app revenue. That’s not enough to cover even a half-time developer working on the app. And the app needs full-time work — we’d love to be adding all of the new protocols we added in Transmit 5, as well as some dream features, but the low revenue would render that effort a guaranteed money-loser. Also, paid upgrades are still a matter of great debate and discomfort in the iOS universe, so the normally logical idea of a paid “Transmit 2 for iOS” would be unlikely to help. Finally, the new Files app in iOS 10 overlaps a lot of file-management functionality Transmit provides, and feels like a more natural place for that functionality. It all leads to one hecka murky situation.

Thankfully, Cabel says that Transmit for Mac, Coda for iOS and Prompt for iOS are all doing well, so this change only applies to Transmit for iOS for now.


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