Streamlined software utility for capturing and organizing screenshots
The user can interact with the Ember application in two ways: via the app’s main window, or by using the associated status bar menu. The first one allows you to organize your images, while the latter offers you the possibility to capture screenshots.
Ember is able to grab full screen captures, instantly or by using a timer, but also area or window snaps. In addition, you can use the app to make video recording. For your convenience, Ember provides hotkeys for each function.
Manage your image library and browse your favorite website for new entries
Within the Ember main window you have the option to organize your image library into various collections, but the app also includes various smart folders: screen, web, photo, tablet, phone, video, bookmark, and so on. Note that Ember automatically scans an image that is added to the library and assigns it to the correct folder.
Furthermore, Ember comes with a built in RSS reader and a web browser: this way you can monitor your favorite website or explore new ones in search for beautiful images to be added to your collection (any picture can be added to the Ember library via the contextual menu).
Forthright image manager that can help you organize your image collection in no time
Ember is a great tool to have around if you need to keep track of all your screenshots without too much hustle: the app automatically imports the images to your library and associates them with the correct smart folder.
Of course, you can create your own collections. The application can be used to import images from various online sources, and you also have the option to store text notes.
Reviewed by Iulia Ivan on August 6th, 2014
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- Brings some much-requested, Mac-native annotation tools to Ember. In the meantime, this update ensures you can snap webpages on OS X Yosemite.
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