Realmac Software has taken its app LittleSnapper and reengineered it to become a whole new title, Ember ($50), which is now available in the Mac App Store. Described as a “digital scrapbook,” it allows you to store images from anywhere and everywhere across your Mac, organize them, annotate them, and more. It’s a powerful tool for keeping everything together, and making the most of all your images.
With Ember, you can drag images right into the app, save them from websites you subscribe to, and even take screenshots that are automatically archived. Then, you can add tags to help you organize your ideas. One of the cooler features is the ability to automatically recognize iPhone and iPad screenshots when they’re imported, and tag them accordingly. There are even sketching and annotation tools, plus lots of sharing options.