Yeah, but for how long? When they announced it was dead a lot of people, including myself moved. Why come back? Not a great track record of long term stability for this app.
Especially without telling customers how they solved the "It didn't make enough money" problem. This seems strange.
I moved on to Inboard a long time ago. There were too many iCloud syncing issues with Ember that delete my entire library twice.
Ditto. Though I moved to Dropmark, and have been quite happy with my switch.
+1 for Dropmark.
Their new iOS app is pretty sweet and works great with all the iPad multitasking gestures.
Can I just say, that I find this thread a very interesting thing. The original article, to me, looked awesomely professional.
Reading these comments though, my opinion is now that I'd never go for Ember and I'd rather use Inboard or Dropmark.
I considered upvoting the story, but if others think along similar lines, I kinda don't want to, because it'd be bad for Ember - and I kinda don't wish them ill.
So I didn't upvote, because I don't want Ember to be hurt. Because of a comment section.
(No real point here. Just an anecdotal thought process to think about! Design is empathy!)
I read the article and clicked through the rest of their page, but couldn't figure out what ember does. What is it about?
I was not expecting this ! But glad it's still alive, I love Ember
It Real Mac can get this working with not bugs... Big fan, but bring back that old icon... used to love that:
Thanks for the fix Claude! I've been using Ember even though it doesn't come with new updates. I can definitely see the value of this app and you may want to use the same pricing strategy as Sketch (probably lower price, but SaaS).