iRemember 2.2.2 Review

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iRemember is one of the only scrapbooking software suites designed specifically for Mac users. Those accustomed to the pitfalls of “Mac-Compatible” suites will appreciate this move. However, while there is much to be lauded about iRemember, it does very little to address the multimedia capabilities that the Mac offers.

iRemember’s main appeal comes in its Mac-only design. Smaller software suites often have poor crossover from PC to Mac, and serious coding issues generally arise in one area or another. Fortunately for iRemember, these issues are not a problem.

iRemember can import JPEG, TIFF, PDF, PNG and others file formats, making it resourceful program. Unfortunately, iRemember cannot import photos and files directly from digital cameras or scanners, requiring additional uploading and reformatting.

iRemember offers some of the most user-friendly tools and applications available. Whether it is photo editing, template construction or embellishment, iRemember makes the process a quick and painless one. Most tools are designed for simple "drag and drop" movement, but more complex and advanced options are also available for picture placement, sizing and template design.

Given the multimedia capabilities of the Mac, iRemember's publishing and sharing options are a bit disappointing. Website publishing, email sharing and a print-to and binding service are available, though. So there is some consolation.

iRemember makes great progress for a "Mac-only" scrapbooking software suite. Unfortunately, the features that make the Mac what it is, like cutting edge multimedia options, are forgotten altogether. If you are looking into using the Mac's built-in multimedia features, try some of our other top-rated digital scrapbooking software, which is compatible with both Mac and PC.

Rebecca Spear

Rebecca is a writer who has covered everything from photo books to graphic design and small kitchen appliances for Top Ten Reviews. Now a gaming writer for Future Labs, she's also contributed to big publications like TechRadar, Windows Central, Android Central, Reuters Legal Solutions Blog, iMore, and more. She no longer works for TTR.