Clipchamp has announced major changes in its premium subscription. Now, instead of scratching heads while choosing one of three premium tiers, users can subscribe to a single, more affordable option.
Windows 11 in Release Preview adds urgent notifications bypass and more
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Windows 11 released to Dev Channel and ISO comes with File Explorer tabs
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Following all the backlash it received for launching the Clipchamp inbox app in Windows 11 earlier this month, Microsoft has caved into the public pressure and added more features at the same price.
Several days ago, Microsoft announced that Clipchamp, a newly-acquired app, would become the new stock Windows 11 video editor. Unfortunately, it is nothing more than a shameless cash grab.
Microsoft has announced another acquisition, this time by the way of Clipchamp, a startup from 2013 that offers browser-based video-editing capabilities. Its pricing currently goes up to $39/month.