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Lingo is a Mac program that facilitates collaborative work. To be more exact, this application enables you to store, manage, and share project elements with other members of your team.
After installing Lingo on your Mac, you might want to update the program as the download URL that's being provided on the homepage of the developer doesn't give you access to the latest app version. The next thing you need to do is to log in to your Lingo account. If you don't have one, you can create a personal account directly from the program's interface.
You can build your own kit with just a few clicks. A kit can contain color samples, notes, and images. You can add content to your kit by using drag-and-drop actions. The application allows you to add various types of picture files, attach notes to your part of the project, and include color samples within moments. Once you finish adding content to your kit, go to File and select the "Sync Now" option. The rest of your work team will immediately get access to your project suggestions and design progress.
The program is also packed with an efficient search tool, allows you to add tags to your project elements, and provides you with a color picker. The developer lets you choose between multiple subscription plans with prices based on the number of team members and amount of storage space for upload.
Briefly, Lingo proves to be a reliable solution for people who want to easily share their ideas and project work with their teammates.
- Impressive design
- Comes with a built-in color picker
- Supports drag-and-drop actions
- Works with various image formats
- Brings you an efficient search tool
- You need to update the app if you want to have access its latest version