Need to share still images from a YouTube video or other social media platforms? Want to capture something from a website with a screenshot, quickly make notes on it and upload it? Here are some screenshot tools that will help you capture and edit screenshots quickly and effectively.
Is a multifunctional tool that takes screenshots, edits the images, picks colors and provides a wide range of graphic designs accessories. It's very useful for tasks relating to designing.
Clip2net is a must-have tool. It allows you to easily and quickly capture images, it stores and can even share screenshots. Use it even when taking Skype calls. It has a simple image editor that lets you include a message on the images.
Usersnap is a user, website, and customer feedback tool that offers screenshots and screen recording technology similar to CloudApp. With this tool (available for web and mobile apps), you can instantly collect visual feedback from users and customers, and feed this information into other tools to help product managers, customer success managers, and software developers fix bugs and see the user experience with their own eyes.
Just as its name indicated, VideoSolo Screen Recorder is built for screencasting. Many users leverage its strength to record computer screens, record audio, and record webcam. Still, it shows great potential in screenshot capturing. Click on the Snapshot button, you can flexibly take screenshots of the customized region. Before you save the screenshot image, basic editing options are provided so that you can take annotations conveniently. Click on the Pin to Screen button, and then the screenshot can stay on the computer screen. Besides, don’t forget to set up hotkeys, and you can capture screenshots effectively when running other programs.
This app is lightweight and very responsive. It has a small interface, but in that tiny area, it is a screenshot capturing workhorse. The FastStone tool can take screenshots of regions, multi-level menus, and multiple windows. It can be configured to automatically send the screenshots by email, upload them to an FTP server or embed the images on PowerPoint presentation. It's also a flexible tool as it includes a basic screencasting tool that supports audio input. You can also take bulk screenshots using the app because it can be automated to take images through the preset option settings. It also has a color picker for color sampling.
Jing is the sister of Snagit, another screenshot capturing tool. They are both products of the TechSmith software company. It's the best pick for most screenshot fans as it permits them to take and share screenshots quickly. Set your Jing app to upload your screenshot images and video screen capture to your YouTube account or Flickr automatically. It takes a matter of seconds. Jing has basic annotation capabilities, but what makes it enjoyable is its quick image sharing capabilities.
The Skitch app is tied to Skitch.com, the screenshot hosting site. This tool captures your screen, annotates, adds graphics to it and then share online or save it on your desktop. If you're not interested in sharing on Skitch.com, use your own FTP, Flickr, or Mac Account to share. The tool is user-friendly given that almost all editing options are placed around your screen capture.
Snagit is the most effective Print Screen Capture around. Use it to capture still images and grab frames from a video. It allows you to capture regions or an entire screen. Snagit also has an inbuilt editor for adding the basic effects and annotating your screenshots. The app’s screenshot organizer also arranges the images according to the date and alphabetical order making it easier to identify pictures when searching.
Scribe is a tool to use when you need screenshots for step-by-step instructions. It captures a workflow you’re doing on your computer, then converts your clicks and keystrokes into screenshots and written steps. Those guides, called Scribes, are created instantly and can be edited to add information or remove steps. Then you can share with a link or embed it in other tools, like a CMS. The Chrome extension is free with unlimited users and uses. The Pro version allows desktop recording and screenshot editing.
Screenshot tools are all good to capture anything on the screen instantly but what if you start taking screenshots so frequently? This may lead to unorganized photos stored in your computer or smartphone. After some time your disk will look messy and reduce the storage capacity. So if you're someone who has a lot of work with taking screenshots and storing them on your disk, you might need a backup device to store them securely and save the space in your computer or phone. When it comes to storage devices, it's either cloud or local, and USB flash drives stand out in front. If you want to learn more then check out this Photostick review and explore some advanced features of USB stick storage devices.
I’m sure you’ll find something to your liking in all of these. Is there another screenshot tool you use that you love? Let us know in the comments below.