Best way to capture and modify screenshots on Mac
Snapshot Editor for Mac provides a quick and simple solution to capture and edit your screenshot. It lets you quickly capture screen, annotate your screenshot with rich annotation tools, and send to clipboard or share it easily.
"The program is reliable and easy to use. The annotating feature makes it perfect for creating public presentations that consist of visual materials, and for many other purposes." - 4/5 Ioana Dumitrescu Senior editor from informer.com
Snapshot Editor for Mac is designed for improving your productivity, it helps you easily capture, annotate and share screenshots.
- Clear interface lets you get started immediately, all the tools are listed within the app.
- Capture screen anytime instantly, it runs in menu bar.
- With Intelligent capture ability, you can grab entire screen, any selected area or any windows with one simple click.
You can choose a capture method from the icon on menu bar or start window;
- Capture a selected window only, without dragging windows before capturing;
- Capture fullscreen by one click;
- Customize shortcut keys for quick snap;
- Magnifying tool and region size info help you capture screen precisely.
Snapshot Editor provides rich functions and fully customizable annotation tools for you, including:
- Line, arrows & shapes
Draw their attention with customizable and vector-based objects, including:
* Line - Full line or dotted line;
* Arrows - Double headed or single headed arrows with full or dotted line, you can customize the line weight, opacity and color;
* Shapes - Rectangle, rounded rectangle, ellipse shapes etc. You can choose fill-only, stroke-only or fill & stroke style. You can customize fill color or stroke color, stroke weight or opacity.
- Text annotation
Blur out sensitive information with Mosaic overlay: Apply a mosaic to blur out a face, sensitive information, email address, phone number or anything you don't want to show with Mosaic overlay tool.
- If you want to annotate an image, it supports most of the common image formats;
- When you save the annotated image or screenshots, you output wide range of image formats, including PNG, BMP, JPG, TIFF, PDF, GIF.
Mac OS X 10.6 or above.
Fully compatible with Lion, Mountain Lion, Mavericks and Yosemite and El Capitan OS X.
File Size: 2 MB, recommended disk space: 100MB