Eagle

A design library to help you be more organized

Eagle helps you become a happier, better designer. A new way to collect, search and organize your image files in a logical way and all in one place.
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20 Reviews4.0/5
Definitely one of the best apps to control assets. The only downside is the support. Recently I sent one email for the support team asking for something and it took them 17 days to answer. Anyway I still recommend it.
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Chris Messina
Mentor
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Man, this looks an *awful* lot like Pixave.
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sascha assbachux/ui/web/conceptional designer
@chrismessina i was just looking for an alternative to pixave actually, cause i'm still not really happy with it and it doesn't seem there are any updates coming anytime soon. probably going to try this one here. any other recommendations? i still miss ember or rather littlesnapper
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Sara DoveGRAPHIC DESIGNER
@chrismessina YES, BUT IT HAS NEVER CRASHED ON ME AFTER 3 MONTHS OF HARD USE. PIXAVE CRASHED REGULARLY AND MY COLLECTIONS OF STOCK WENT POOF! LOVE IT!!
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I've started using this app 1 year ago and I have to say it is damn useful, the experience is well crafted, and the product often updated :)
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As a marketer and founder, your swipe file is one of your most important assets in your library of tools to help you quickly get inspired when building new marketing campaigns. With my own ever-expanding swipe file, I am always looking for better ways to manage this mix of screenshots, videos, email swipes and more. I was previously a fan of Realmac's Ember, but after this product was discontinued a few years back it has been hard to find a solid alternative which provided the easy interface for managing my swipes library. I've been testing Eagle now for a over a month and it has worked seamlessly to provide easy navigation of my design/swipes library. It includes browser addons for saving webpages, as well as an easy to use drag and drop interface for importing existing imagery and swipes. I particularly appreciate the ability to organise files into folders and sub-folders, and then filter by many different variables including colour, tag, notes and more. There's a 30 day trial so I'd recommend anyone looking for a great tool to manage their design library or swipe file library give this a try...
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I've emailed their "support" on the 24 Jan 2019 and until now I haven't received any reply. I've lost time and the data I've entrusted them, but that's OK – lesson learnt: before you start using any product, always check the quality of the support first. Frankly, I'm fed up with "products" that have only a nice facade but when a problem arises and support is needed, all they have to offer is just incompetence or ignorance. For the lack of support, or in fact any communication, it's a definitive no from me.
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Ryan Roberts
Web Developer
@i_design_websites Have you found an equivalent alternative app?
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@ryan_roberts1 A while ago I've started using https://www.notion.so/ Currently, it's my core tool for noting/keeping/organising stuff. It's not a direct replacement for Eagle (as it's lacking all those quirky, design-focused features like searching by colour, aspect ratio, etc.) It's got however superpowers that allow you to handle with ease so much more than just images. That makes it for me a winner – an unbeatable multi-purpose beast. In terms of image handling, it allows adding stuff with drag and drop, copy/paste. Allows reorganising stuff with drag and drop. Has native integrations with Google Drive, InVision, Figma, Loom (and more). All this is intuitive, fast and reliable. But still, the best thing about Notion is that it makes it super easy going from messy to organised and structured because anything you're adding to Notion has a database structure and you can swiftly switch between page/table/board/gallery/list/calendar views, whenever you want. Magic!
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