New app allows people to watch transparent videos at work
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A new app allows users to watch videos on a translucent browser that they can see in the background as they work.
The transparent browser can be placed behind any variety of other programs — word processing documents, spreadsheets, other browsers — that allow users to do their work, while watching videos of their choosing in the background, the New York Daily News reported.
Greedy Glutton Software's app VideoGhost, which has been offered for free, can also work as a standard video player.
The program can be installed on a computer or run as standalone software and users can control the opacity of the browser.
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