TechLife Australia - - DISCOVER - [ NIK RAWLINSON ]

YOUR OWN PER­SONAL PIN­TER­EST $2.99 | col­lec­tion­ If you’re any­thing like us, your Cam­era Roll will be full of pic­ture memos: books you’ve spot­ted in shops that you might read one day, clothes you might buy, places you’d like to eat… you’ll also have a host of memos, thoughts, and half–formed wish lists in Notes. Col­lec­tions lets you keep the two to­gether — groups of pho­tos with an­no­ta­tions, neatly or­gan­ised how­ever you wish.

So, if you’re short­list­ing a new car or re­search­ing next year’s holiday, you can snap op­tions and in­spi­ra­tion when­ever you come across them, add notes, prices and lo­ca­tions, and come back to them later. You can cre­ate as many col­lec­tions as you need, each con­tain­ing an un­lim­ited num­ber of items. Col­lec­tions can sync through iCloud, and you can post their con­tents to so­cial me­dia, or share them with friends to col­lab­o­rate. .

It’s a bit of a one–trick pony, but there’s noth­ing wrong with that when it per­forms that trick so grace­fully. It’s a beau­ti­fully sim­ple so­lu­tion to a prob­lem we didn’t re­al­ize we had un­til we saw that there was a bet­ter way of do­ing things. It’s a shame there’s no macOS edi­tion to let you clip from the web. For the time be­ing we’ll just keep screen–grab­bing from iOS, pulling in im­ages ex­ter­nally.

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