Ember scrapbook app makes it easier to annotate

Ember scrapbook app makes it easier to annotate

Realmac Software has released Ember for Mac 1.3 and Ember for iOS 1.1, new versions of its scrapbook software. With Ember, you can collect and edit images, videos, web content and more, using it for research, inspiration or visual reminders later.

The new versions of Ember add new tools including Blur and Pixelate. The Mac version sports 50 new features and improvements including the same annotation tools as the iOS version and a new library backup function that lets you copy your Ember library to an external drive or any other folder.

New to the iOS version is Screenshot Auto-Import, which makes sure any images in your Camera Roll are automatically added to your Ember library and synced to iCloud.

A Mac trial is available.

Ember for Mac:

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Peter Cohen

Mac Managing Editor of iMore and weekend Apple Product Professional at a local independent Apple reseller. Follow him on Twitter @flargh

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