Deepdreamer for Mac by Realmac(

8 years ago from Nicola Felaco, Principal Designer @Spotify, formerly Head of Design @musixmatch

  • Ian GoodeIan Goode, 8 years ago

    I don't think it's always a clear cut equation like that.

    2 points
    • Elliott ReganElliott Regan, 8 years ago

      Well, sometimes it is, and this is one of those times. They had to drop Ember for iOS because they couldn't solve a bug with iCloud.

      I paid $55 for Ember because I wanted a library that would sync to my iPad. What I got was months of bugs that caused me to lose my data several times, and finally their solution was to stop development on it within a year of me buying it.

      Now they are building a new application based off of open-source work by Google, and they are charging $15 for it. I really want to like Realmac, but this is just too sleezy for me...

      9 points
      • Chris Aalid, 8 years ago

        FYI If you're looking for an Ember replacement, Pixa is great (no iPad app, though), Pixave is very similar ($10 I think, no companion app either), or Dropmark, which is like $45 and has a similar sets/tagging setup (they say they have an iOS app coming soon).

        0 points
        • Niels B, 8 years ago

          The creators of Pixave or working on a companion app, they're really fast at implementing new features. I hope they keep it up.

          0 points
    • Hawke BassignaniHawke Bassignani, 8 years ago

      It often is. Realmac sold off or discontinued several older products because they were promising to focus on their core efforts.

      Several abandoned attempts at using Ember later, many of us are still waiting for that focus to show itself.

      The rest of us aren’t waiting anymore because we’ve moved on from Realmac. Source: the comments in this thread.

      3 points