On Thursday Realmac Software announced the development of Typed, a new Mac text editor that works with Markdown, the text to HTML conversion tool that's gained much popularity with web content creators in recent years.
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.
Realmac has updated Ember with a couple of major features. Ember can now store your library in iCloud, allowing you to keep one photo library between multiple Macs. Realmac cautions that the initial upload to iCloud may take some time depending on the size of your library.
Realmac Software has made some changes to their popular iOS list app Clear. A new version of Clear was released last week as a universal app. It was released as a new app, meaning that existing users that wanted to upgrade to the universal version and get Clear on their iPad would need to pay $2.99.
A new version of Clear, the minimalist, gesture-based list app for iOS has been released by Realmac Software, bringing support for the iPad and iOS 7. Now universal, Clear offers the same list-making experience on the iPad as it does on the iPhone, with a few extra features as well.
Ember for Mac has received an update that adds a Smart Drawing feature, along with other, smaller enhancements and fixes. When annotating a document, Smart Drawing detects when you have drawn an arrow, a circle, or a square, and automatically turns them into smooth shapes.
Realmac Software on Tuesday released its newest Mac application, Ember. It's the successor to Realmac's screenshot-grabbing tool Littlesnapper, building upon that app's foundation but adding digital scrapbooking functions that make gathering digital images quick, easy and fun.
Realmac Software, the creator of Clear for iOS and Mac, is currently teasing their latest creation due for release on iPhone later on this month. Analog Camera is its name, and according to the developers it will make "photography on iPhone fun again." Bold words.