Ember formerly LittleSnapper makes it incredibly easy to capture and organize screenshots, entire webpages and other images that inspire you. No matter whether you’re working on a new website, planning the dream kitchen, or simply collecting things you love.
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Rating based on 4 Critic Reviews
Federico Viticci, on Mac Stories
LittleSnapper is among the best, finest and most beautiful applications currently available on Mac OS X. Not only it provides a great way to take screenshots, edit and publish them across social networks and your servers, it's in the organization of your library where it makes other similar apps blush. LittleSnapper isn't perfect: it lacks many stuff I've mentioned before, it needs better support for Ember and it should be integrated with Realmac's social networking app, Socialite. But if perfection is doing something at the very best of your possibilities though you're imperfect, then LittleSnapper should be taken as a noteworthy example
Nik Rawlinson, on Expert Reviews
If the truth be told, we were sceptical when we first heard of LittleSnapper, but when you've lived with it for a day it easily proves its worth. Mac OS X's built-in grabbing shortcut does an acceptable job, but it's messy: it drops crud all over your Desktop and unless you're prepared to run Grab - a trial in itself as you then have to manually save the results - you lose the pointer, too.
David Appleyard, on AppStorm
There are a number of reasons I really like this app – it’s wonderfully designed, provides a host of features for capturing data, and has editing tools which look good enough to eat. A couple of areas could use a little more development, but I do struggle to find any significant flaws.
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