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Ember Update Adds New Annotation Tools Through In-App Purchase, Also Adds Auto-Import for Camera Roll

Posted by on January 28th, 2014
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Ember – Capture, Organize and Share lets users leave their mark on images with new annotation tools that can be downloaded through an in-app purchase for $4.99. This gives users access to Smart Drawing, Text, Blur, and Pixelate on their iOS devices. Auto-Import has also been added and is available through in-app purchase for $0.99. It automatically detects screenshots on a user’s camera roll, adds them to their library, and syncs through iCloud to their other devices.

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Ember – Capture, Organize and Share allows users to take images or screenshots and have them automatically sync with Ember for Mac through iCloud. The app allows users to collect these images and organize them into groups to keep track of them. Users can also annotate with Ember for Mac and later access it on their iPhone or iPad and share their images with friends through email, AirDrop, and other services and social media.

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Campfire, the project collaboration application with real time chat designed for private groups where members can share files, text, code and more (think of it as a more powerful IRC client), can now be found on the App Store as an official application by 37signals due to a takeover of Ember, the third-party application developer of Campfire. Ember, as it was then known, was originally priced at $9.99, but developers 37signals saw an opportunity which allowed them to “work out a deal [with Ember and make] a few changes to the app” according to the official blog. As of July 26th, the application has rebranded and re-released with a new price tag: rather, no price tag at all. It’s free to download from the iTunes App Store.

Although the application itself is free, a Campfire account is not. The basic package allows up to 12 chatters and 1GB of storage for $12 a month, and for $24 a month you can upgrade that to 25 chatters, 3GB of storage as well as 500 conference call minutes and enhanced security over the Basic package. A free 30-day trial is available on all accounts.

37signals continues to become a prominent player in the business network, having released other popular applications and clients that allow more professional social networking to take place. Basecamp, Highrise and Backpack all have one thing in common: their developer is Campfire creator 37signals. You can download the free Campfire application by clicking the link below, which will redirect you to iTunes.

[Thanks to IntoMobile for reporting this.]

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iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Released: 2010-07-23 :: Category: Productivity

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