Best app for holding library of screen grabs, inspo images?

over 5 years ago from Ricky Synnot, Senior UX Designer at

  • Ricky SynnotRicky Synnot, over 5 years ago

    Thanks, Richard - i'll take a look at paying for Dropmark. At the end of the day, its 2018, and it cant be sustainable for companies to keep providing these services for free!

    As I mentioned above the masonry layout is an important one for me, but its all about that ease of uploading and cataloguing on any device.

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    • Richard SisonRichard Sison, over 5 years ago

      Yeah, I reached the same conclusion that if I find it's a service I use a lot, I'll just need to pay for it. Otherwise it'll just end up getting abandoned.

      I know exactly where you're coming from though. If you're anything like me, you've got a fairly sized stack of subscriptions so adding one more needs to be worthwhile.

      Dropmark does have a masonry layout but I personally prefer distinct rows… I have a bunch of differently sized screen grabs and sometimes the smaller ones get lost in the mix.

      Both Dropmark and Raindrop have trials though. I recommend trying both and seeing which is better (before you invest too much in one). Raindrop is cheaper and looks like it's come a long way. I've gone too far into Dropmark (my general UI inspiration board is 1700+ uploads deep) to be bothered looking elsewhere. The benefits would need to be HUGE…

      Good luck!

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