Realmac's digital scrapbook, Ember, now available on iPhone and iPad

Previously announced, today Realmac has officially launched its digital scrapbook application, Ember, for iPhone and iPad. Available as a free download, Ember for iOS will work seamlessly with Ember for Mac with full iCloud sync included.

Build Collections of related things - how about “My Dream Kitchen” - and as you add tags and other information to your images create Smart Collections - for example “Images Tagged with “Kitchen” whose primary colour is “White””. There’s hundreds of amazing ways to use Ember - make it your own, and sync it between your iPhone, iPad and Mac with iCloud.

We've already reviewed the Mac version of Ember, and it's a pretty fantastic tool to have in your desktop arsenal. Is the iOS version just as good? We'll have a full review on the way, but if you're interested hit up the App Store at the link below and take a look. Be sure to drop us a line in the comments and let us know what you think!

Richard Devine

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yashendra2797 says:

This app looks awesome! Will download it now. Now if only the Mac version was free too...

Richard Devine says:

Probably why the iOS app is free. Download it, love it, stump up the cash for the Mac version :)

lfeuln says:

On my wishlist! But will be a good while probably, sigh.

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applelex says:

This is a cool app a fun why to organize your different types of photos, I wonder why apple didn't integrate this into the default photos app.

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