- I love Cloudapp. The record a gif feature is rad af. They just added in annotations in the app, which works really well (they used to only be in the web interface). It's great for quickly capturing something and then throwing into slack. I appreciate that this is a company that's been around for a while (I can trust they will be around & continue to update/fix bugs).I love Cloudapp because it's one of those "evergreen apps" that just works. I've been using it as long as I can remember— at least five years now. It's so easy to use, with no friction. Everything about it is clear, simple and effective. Some of my favorite uses are sharing links for images and recording short videos (like demos for new features).
- I've been using Snappy for quite some time and always found it a no brainer. No file to save, simply paste the auto-generated link to share the snap with everyone.I've never looked back since I installed SnappyApp. It lives on your menu bar, let you annotate/draw/write on every screenshot, resize, copy & paste directly with the classic shortcuts (no need to save the file). You can even access your library from wherever and find all the snapshot you ever took.
You may not be recording videos now, but when you get CleanShot, you just love to tweet your screen videos or share with co-workers! A voice over could be cool later, although that'd make it similar to Loom app.
Forgot to mention, quick access overlay (like one in iOS for screenshots) is time saver every single time!
I beta tested this app and I really appreciate how Luke and Paweł created this product. It's not just a screenshot function it's a great tool to make captures and a UI example to follow.