Big new Coppice update adds powerful image linking, more
What you need to know
- Coppice has a big new update out.
- The new Coppice supports rotating and cropping images.
- Areas within images can now be linked to for the first time.
Coppice, a Mac app for collection and linking together of thoughts and ideas, has a big new update available for download today. Coppice now supports advanced image features including the ability to link to specific parts of an image for the first time.
The idea behind Coppice's new image linking is simple — anyone with an image that contains text can now link to that text from anywhere else, perfect for documents and page scans that are images rather than PDFs. Coppice can also now scan the image automatically and, using machine learning, automatically add links for you.
Other improvements include the ability to crop and rotate images right from within the app.
All of that and more is available in the latest version of Coppice. It isn't in the App Store but you can download it from the developer's website now. Coppice is a free download with an optional subscription unlocking the premium features including page folders, unlimited canvases, and automatic page linking. A Coppice Pro subscription costs $19.99 per year.
Coppice was already one of the best Mac apps for arranging ideas and thoughts in a way that makes sense to you — now it's better than ever. You can learn more about the app on the developer's blog, too.
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