‘Eagle’ App: A desktop tool to collect, store, search, and organize your digital assets all in one place

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Last week, Eagle, a Taiwan based startup, launched an application that helps designers better organize and manage their digital assets. These assets allow designers to use design mockups, inspirational images, pictures, screenshots, and user interfaces, easily on their desktops.

The Eagle App is similar to the image version of ‘Evernote’ application. Eagle allows the use of folders, tags, colors and many other factors to manage, categorize and sort images. When in need of these images, users may use the powerful search engine to easily locate the desired image quickly. The application also supports Mac and Windows operating systems.

The Eagle app helps users to keep their design files neat and tidy. It works with formats such as JPG, PNG, GIF, EPS, TIF, SVG, Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Keynote, PowerPoint, MP4, PDF, CINEMA 4D, and more.

Augus Chen, Founder of Eagle, says, “Eagle helps you manage pictures, screenshots, user interfaces and designs that make your lightbulb shine. If you are a designer, you will definitely love this. It’s super easy to sync it through Google Drive, Dropbox, OneDrive or any other cloud storage service. Browser plug-ins and filtering functions save a lot of time for designers.”


Key Features of Eagle App include:

  • Browser Extension to save images and screenshots from any website.
  • Save a bunch of images at once from a website.
  • Drag & Drop images from other apps.
  • Handy Clipboard to copy and paste any image you like.
  • Add Tags to any image or a group of images to find them faster
  • Smart Folders to organize and automatically filter images by name or tags
  • Annotate ideas and suggestions on a specific area of an image
  • Advanced Filter to search for images based on keywords, colors, image formats, etc.

To know more about Eagle App in detail, visit its official website.

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