ClipDrop is a new application that allows you to quickly use the phone’s camera to capture objects from the vicinity and insert them into desktop applications. Now available to try it out. It is an exciting new use of augmented reality technology, which is making the physical world digital, rather than displaying digital images in the physical world. The promotional clips for the trial version demonstrate the app’s ability to capture anything from plants to televisions, and quickly transfer it to documents as clipped objects.
Searle Diane, the developer of ClipDrop, says that the tool enables you to import images and even text from books, for example, into a variety of software and websites, including Photoshop (ClipDrop has a built-in feature that enables you to drop objects into a new layer with an adjustable mask. For editing in Photoshop, Google Docs, PowerPoint, Figma, Canva, and Pitch. Of course, you can use the app on its own to get pictures of your everyday life and share them as usual via iOS or Android.
In addition to the iOS and Android apps, the program is available for Windows and macOS, allowing you to capture images and text from your desktop or the web and quickly place them into documents.
The idea for ClipDrop first appeared in Technical offer Last May, I quickly attracted a lot of attention. Developers Searle Diane and Jonathan Blanchett told the website Gizmodo One hundred thousand people are on the beta waiting list, and they’ve spent the past month converting that initial offering into a commercial product.
Although ClipDrop is now available publicly, Diane warns that it is still in beta, and that users should expect some “faults and unprepared features.” And when the editors of The Verge tried the app on their own, they found that it performed well at extracting items from a crowded desktop using the iPhone X, although Gizmodo reported that the app is confused by shadows or crowded objects side by side.
When you download the program, you will get five images for free, and more will require a subscription to the application. The company offers the ClipDrop app at $ 39.99 per year, but after November 20, the price will increase to $ 79.99 per year, or $ 9.99 per month. But extracting the texts is free, according to Gizmodo.
- This topic is translated from the site The Verge.