Realmac Software has announced plans to release an iOS version of Ember, the digital scrapbooking software that replaced Littlesnapper.
Ember debuted for the Mac earlier this year. It's helpful at organizing imagery from your Mac and web sites that might inspire or interest you; you can assemble them into "Collections," apply tags to them and build "Smart Collections" based on that and other metadata. Ember helps you keep track of web sites through subscriptions, incorporates a "Smart Drawing" tool, has extensions for Chrome and Safari, and much more - here's my review of the Mac app.
The new iOS app for iPhone and iPad will sync the contents of its library using iCloud. Realmac plans to release it for free, with additional features being available through in-app purchases over time.
Ember for iOS is coming in December.