McLaren's Workshop grabs the top spot among the best new apps of June

FierceMobileContent Editor Jason Ankeny every month looks at the market's most innovative and noteworthy iOS and Android apps. And every month he ranks the industry's top apps, highlighting the immersive mobile experiences that are entering app stores each day. This month's top selection is McLaren's Workshop, which highlights the work of Canadian animator and filmmaker Norman McLaren. The filmmaker pioneered disciplines like drawn-on-celluloid animation, abstract film and graphical sound, ushering in groundbreaking new approaches to combining and synchronizing animation with music. The National Film Board of Canada's McLaren's Workshop translates the cornerstones of McLaren's filmmaking principles to the iPad, enabling aspiring animators to create and share their own short films. Find out about the rest of the best apps from June in this special report.

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