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App Store exits in 2014 included Goldee, TVTag and Launcher

The following apps went to the App Store in the sky in 2014.

Viddy set to shut down as developer Supernova seeks to redefine youth entertainment

Supernova has just announced that it’s set to shut down its iOS apps, including the once popular video-sharing app Viddy.

Supernova, Formerly Viddy, Acquired By Multi-Channel YouTube Network Fullscreen

Supernova, the mobile video startup formerly known as Viddy, has been acquired by Fullscreen, the multi-channel YouTube network for creators and brands.

Viddy Is Shooting For A Second Act As It Becomes Supernova

Viddy hopes to reinvent itself as Supernova.

A Social Network For Sharing Slow-Motion Videos Would Be EPIC

Since we already have and enjoy social networks for sharing various types of media, would one for slow-motion video be useful?

Monday App Updates: Great Apps That Just Got Better For March 4

Each Monday, AppAdvice presents some recently updated apps worth checking out. This week’s list features lots of video, a little music, and some tasty food.

AOL Releases Clucks, A Cross Between Viddy And Draw Something

AOL releases Cluck, the company's very first game for iOS.

You Might Get Giddy With Excitement For The New Features In Viddy

Is the latest update to Viddy, the top-rating app that has been widely described as “Instagram for video,” the biggest yet?

Ptch Shares Your Most Important And Carefree Moments, 60 Seconds At A Time

Ptch hopes to change the way you share your life stories using your iPhone. The DreamWorks app using photos and videos to create your perfect "live media" slideshow.

Updated: Color’s Third Attempt At Relevance Relies On Verizon's 4G Network

Color, the company that raised $41 million in 2011, only to see their first iOS product fail miserably, is attempting yet another comeback. This time, Color is partnering with Verizon Wireless to bring HD video and audio sharing to Verizon customers only.

Mark Zuckerberg Signs Up For Viddy, Otherwise Known As 'Instagram For Video'

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has joined video-sharing service Viddy.

Great News, Viddy Is Back

That was quick. Just hours after Apple pulled Viddy, the free mobile video-sharing app, from the App Store, it has returned

Viddy, The Mobile Video-Sharing App, Is Pulled From App Store

Apple has pulled Viddy, the mobile video-sharing app, from the App Store. First released last April, Viddy allowed users to post short video clips, which could then be posted for others to see using different social networking sites. Apparently, some of those videos have become too spicy for some, according to Gigaom.

Top AppAdvice News & Apps Of The Past Week

Continued iPhone 5 rumors gained traction, while one iPad 3 rumor was debunked. The white iPhone 4 returned from the dead, but unfortunately, the Flip Video died a painful death. Adobe played nice with Apple, but Viacom went after Cablevision. Finally, one app went to Hollywood, while another looked a lot like an app already in the App Store. These stories and more made news during the last week.

Is New Viddy App Too Much Like Instagram, But For Videos?

Toy photo apps are certainly in vogue thanks to apps like Hipstamatic and Instagram. Now Viddy has arrived in the App Store. The free app lets you shoot a short video clip, or choose one from your library, then add effects to it. These videos can then be posted for others to see using different social networking sites.