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iRemember™ Digital Scrapbooking now Leopard Ready

Written by: Adam Christianson

Categories: Press Release

iRem2_125x125.gifIntriguing Development, Inc. announced iRemember v2.1.1, an update to the company’s digital scrapbooking software for Mac OS X. iRemember 2.1.1 is a free update incorporating bug fixes, performance enhancements and support for Mac OS X v10.5.

iRemember is a simplified page layout application designed to turn a user’s digital photos into memories by preserving them as personalized scrapbooks. Simply drag and drop pictures from iPhoto or Finder into a template; then scale, crop, resize, rotate or add shadow effects.

iRemember comes complete with starter templates, backgrounds, and a clip art browser for searching through its over 20,000 pieces of clip art and embellishments. Everything needed to create eye-popping scrapbook pages is included – except your photos!

Pricing & Availability:
A free trial of iRemember can be downloaded from www.MacScrapbook.com. Users of iRemember 2.x, may download a free update, while users of iRemember 1.x, may upgrade for only $9.95 plus shipping & handling. Priced at $39.95, iRemember is available for purchase through the MacScrapbook.com store and is available through most Mac resellers including the Apple Store, Office Depot, and Micro Center.

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  1. Jeff Golden | Nov 14 2007 - 12:42

    iRemember is pretty decent, my wife uses it quite a bit and the clip art selection that comes with the product is pretty extensive. When we upgraded to Leopard we found the old version wouldn’t work — emailed the developers and within a day or two they had sent us a link to the new version. They seem like a good group of people.

    Having said that there is another product which people who are interested in digital scrpabooks on the mac might have an interest. The name is iScrapbook [http://www.chronosnet.com/Products/iscrapbook.html] from Chronos software. The art that comes with this one, in my opinion, is not as well suited for scrapbooking, it seems more geared toward presentations, but the software seems a little easier to use and it is certainly faster. You can also use the art from iRemember with this software.

    Both packages are pretty good, and so far, all we have found for digital scrapbooking on the Mac.

  2. Tino | Mar 25 2009 - 07:49

    How to find a good idea for diy scrapbooking?
    The idea is very important.

    Scrapbooking

  3. Digital Scrap Booking Software | Jun 08 2009 - 04:05

    Very nice post.