Sparkbox

Developer: MOKA Code

Current Version: 1.2.2

Last Updated: 3 years ago

Download Size: 2.8 MB - Download

Description:

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Sparkbox helps you to capture and organize images in your Mac. Unlike iPhoto, Sparkbox is designed to look after the images you captured from a cool site, blogs, or any webpages. It is also a neat and clean image library for your Mac; It provides you webpage capture extensions in famous browsers to let you easily catch web images and then organize them beautifully. It the best option for your visual inspiration.

Features:
• Dribbble API integration;
• Support iPhone companion application;
• Capture image resources from webpage
• Webpage capture extension for Safari & Chrome;
• Fully Drag & Drop, Menu bar, Screenshot capture import;
• Variety image formats support: gif, jpeg, png, psd, tiff, bmp, psd, icns;
• Built-in preview window;
• Built in Color search engine;
• Open-meta data tag system;
• On screen annotation system;
• On image comments feature;
• Multi touch, Full screen, Lion features;
• Easy share function.

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Release Notes:

* Fixed the bug of catching images from Safari, Chrome, Firefox;
* Fixed other bugs.

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 1.0.37
Review by InGen2000

Fixing the 10.8.1 crashing issue - Great app, though I feel like it could still use some work for the price. On the topic of crashing: I've contacted the developer about it, and the problem is with the new Sandboxing rules of the App Store. To fix this you need to move your current Sparkbox library from your Pictures folder (or wherever you put it) to ~/Library/Containers/com.icyblaze.Sparkbox/Data/ then launch the app and point it to the moved Sparkbox library location. In case you need handholding but not afraid of using the Terminal see below. Step by step guide to fix it (will work without modification only if you haven't moved your Sparkbox library from its default Pictures folder): 1. Open Terminal, run the following to move the Library to the new container location: mv ~/Pictures/Sparkbox\ Library/ ~/Library/Containers/com.icyblaze.Sparkbox/Data/Sparkbox\ Library/ PS – if you don't know what you're doing and are afraid of losing your Sparkbox stuff then instead of the previous command run the following to copy the library instead of moving it cp ~/Pictures/Sparkbox\ Library/ ~/Library/Containers/com.icyblaze.Sparkbox/Data/Sparkbox\ Library/ 2. Launch Sparkbox, open its Preferences, choose Advanced, and click "Choose…". Once in the open file window press Command+Shift+G on your keyboard and paste the following: ~/Library/Containers/com.icyblaze.Sparkbox/Data/ Double click "Sparkbox Library", quit and launch Sparkbox, and you're done.

Found helpful by 12 out of 13 people
1/5
Version 1.0.28
Review by Jean-Paul Mouton

Not worth $20. - Says here that this is a $20 app which is being offered free for a limited time. Well I wouldn't be trying to jack up that price just yet. You've delivered very little of value. The main problem is the fact that websnap (where most creatives are gonna find their inspiration) doesnt work. Moreover, when I tried to find some help through the app itself, it returned "there is no help for sparkbox" and that was when i promptly uninstalled it.

Found helpful by 11 out of 16 people