Trying to play the video on their site was one of the worst user experience I have ever seen.
I've been happy with Raindrop.io
Raindrop is what I'm on right now, but Eagle seems so much better. I'm using the trial version and am blown away by how much more responsive and feature-rich it is.
Been using Eagle extensively for a few months. Love it. There are a few small bugs and some counter-intuitive things, but the team is solidly releasing updates all the time. Every major gripe I had in the beginning has been fixed.
I used to use Inboard, but it's vaporware. The team promises a lot of stuff, but they've obviously given up developing. After releasing it in the app store I bought it because I believed their story (they needed funds to continue development), but they haven't released a solid update since. Lots of bugs in there too.
Only thing I wished Eagle nailed as well as Inboard is the pinterest-style layout. Eagle has horizontal masonry, while Inboard does it vertically.
Anyway, I recommend Eagle to everyone. Solid browser-plugin (Safari-tested), quick UI, lots of updates.
After seeing this post, I downloaded and tested it out with their 30 day free trial. It’s awesome. Played with it for just 20 minutes and decided it to buy. Amazingly well polished and useful.
I use inboard (and this looks pretty similar) but I like that it has cloud storage by default. I just save all of my inboard files on google drive, but is there any reason this is a better solution?
look like they are obsessed with atlassian color and style :D
This seems to have popped up in a couple discussions in the past, but I haven't seen any reviews yet. Looks like a very capable tool, but the screenshots in the documentation are mostly some East Asian language. I like it enough to consider buying it, but would love to hear from anyone who has tried it first.
It looks like you can download and try it for 30 days. It's enough to test a software, isn't it?.
Yes, of course. I'm on the trial and love it so far. Was just curious what others think before spending the $30 on it.
I've been using this tool as well. I'm sort of nervous that I can't find much out about the company (even after emailing them a few times) . and seeing accounts like Dennis Mason (above) serial commenting on how good Eagle is.
Permissions for the extension state that they can:
"Read and change all your data on the websites you visit"
Would love to hear from anyone else if they've had success finding more about this tool.