Realmac software has rolled out a significant update to its digital scrapbook app, Ember for Mac, bringing it to version 1.4.1. The update includes some new features that are already available on iOS.
In a nutshell, Ember is an amazing tool that provides a simplified way to capture, organize, and share your screenshots with other people for reference/inspiration purposes. The was first launched on Mac, but later it has been rolled out to iOS, where the app was highly needed, as most of us capture screenshots on our iPads and iPhones.
Firstly, the update for Mac brings an all-new, polished design. Now you will encounter the Inspector within the Ember’s window, you will not have a popover or floating window any more. Moreover, the modernized design also includes enhanced icons and colors throughout.
The update also brings an all-new set of Browser Extensions. These will let you save images right from Chrome and Safari with the right-click menu. Moreover, these extensions will showcase the latest photos in your mix through a new snapping window that also consist of the page’s metadata.
The snapping window is also allows you apply metadata to photos when capturing screenshots or using the app’s integrated browser. Furthermore, the major new addition in the update is the latest screenshot Auto-Import that was originally rolled out to iOS users in the update launched last week. Now the company has brought this feature to Mac users, as it was so popular.
In addition, the revamp also includes another key feature in this release, the Screenshot Auto-Import feature. This feature enables you to set up the app to import from your desired number of folders on your Mac. You will be able to create auto-import rules, like only importing content with specific file names in your chosen folders. And the app also lets you delete snaps once added to your collection.
Mac users can download the latest version of Ember app directly from the link provided below. The app is compatible with devices that run on Mac OS X 10.9 or above.
Ember download link for Mac (download the update for free or pay $49.99 if downloading the app for the first time)
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