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Rogue Amoeba quits 'restrictive' Mac App Store

With its latest update, audio software developer Rogue Amoeba has removed its last Mac App Store app, the Fission editor, saying Apple’s service remains “beset with issues.”Rogue Amoeba’s Fission audio editor for MacRogue Amoeba has launched its updated Fission 2.7.1 audio editor for Mac, but at the same time removed it from the Mac App Store. The company’s best-known app, Audio Hijack, has never been on the Store, but it has previously also had the audio recorder Piezo available. Read more…
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