Pickle - Smart Clipper (WEB IMAGE, GIF & SCREENSHOT)
By ThirtyFive Inc.
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Pickle is the easiest way to clip Images & GIFs from websites.
Simply managing by Smart Gestures and keeping your images safe with Dropbox.
It also allows you to collect all images from specific URL and iOS Screenshots.
Run Pickle in background, switch to safari or other apps, copy images or URL
and they will be imported.
Try it with
- Clip images from shoping sites and make your Wish list.
- Collect the funny GIFs from websites.
- Make Reference list for works.
- Export images to Dropbox and use it on the Desktop.
1. Launch the 'Pickle' App
2. Go to Safari
3. Copy the IMAGE & GIF or URL
4. Go back to 'Pickle' App and you can find images & gifs
Give it a try and tell us what you think.
What's New in Version 1.1.0
- Added 'Evernote export'
- Stability improvements
- Minor bug fixes
Very useful app!
I really like this app! It's great for storing and viewing gifs and I use it constantly. However, there are a couple things that I would like to see in future updates. I think the caption feature could be made even more useful if a search tool was included in the app. That way if you searched a word or words it would display the items with those words in the captions. I also would love to be able to use the ability to select multiple items at a time to email or message all of the selected items at once rather than going to each picture or gif one at a time and sending them individually. Overall, I love the app and I highly suggest you download it if you are looking for a good way to store both pictures and gifs.
GREAT LITTLE APP!
STOP! This App does not appear to be working anymore. And there is no way to get in touch with the developer except Facebook (and that doesn't seem to be working either). No upgrade information either.
Let's you vacuum up photos and animated GIFs from any website. App works in the background. Best to copy URL's at the top of the browser and the App does the rest. A very useful utility. As a test, I sucked up 160 images off the LA TIMES website on just one pass! Once captured, it let's you organize and save the images within the App itself, or to DropBox, EverNote, the camera roll or email (I am sure more services will be supported in the future as a way to add value to the App). Nice interface, but they could use a better video tutorial with voice over. Otherwise a good investment!
Finally! A place to store GIFs and other pics. Been looking for some time for such place where they will play. Being able to "clip" the pics/GIFs into Pickle is very cool too! Works great! Two things: it'd be nice to be able to export pics back out of Pickle (didn't see how to do this if it already exists) and when creating a new folder during pic selection, it always crashes on the next step after saving no matter what it is...minor problem but noteworthy).
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Jul 17, 2014
- Version: 1.1.0
- Size: 15.1 MB
- Languages: English, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese
- Seller: ThirtyFive Inc.
- © ThirtyFive Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.