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Briefly: Shutterstock adds 4K video, Google Field Trip update

updated 09:01 pm EST, Sat February 8, 2014

Shutterstock launches 4K video support

Publicly traded stock photography and video site Shutterstock has launched support for 4K video. According to Tech Crunch, Shutterstock currently has over 11,000 hi-resolution 4K videos available, in addition to its 1.3 million HD and 150,000 low-resolution catalogs. Shutterstock is expanding its HD library approximately 12,000 videos per week. Subscription pricing begins at $250 per month for image downloading, and $370 for 5 HD videos.



Google Field Trip adds ratings to its recommendations

Google's Field Trip app received an update yesterday, featuring the addition of a rating recommendation component. Aimed to be a guide for local places of interest, Field Trip runs in the background of the user's phone and provides notifications ranging from local history to the best places in the vicinity to shop or eat at. In v1.3.0, users can rate each suggestion provided by the app with a 1 to 5 range. Available free for iOS and Android, Field Trip can be downloaded through iTunes and Google Play.





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