- +1 on CloudApp. The ability to record gifs and annotate screenshots makes it super useful. I like it best because it "just works." I like setting it to default "copy content" to my clipboard, so whenever I take a screenshot, it's easy to paste it right into slack.Super minimalistic and clean. Also uploads screenshots to the cloud quickly if you want.I've recommended CloudApp so many times and I'll do it so many more times because it's the best. Screenshots, recordings, creating GIFs... CloudApp does it all and makes it so ridiculously easy. I would happily do an infomercial demonstrating the ease of use, complete with overenthusiastic gesturing and yelling.
I really likes the bubbles representing websites, the playful animations and the widget with playing videos, vertical toolbars optimize the use of space for 16:10 screens.
I am loving the experience of a very different kind of browser, maybe this is the future, i dont know but i like it very much
I want you guys to feel that youre doing a great work pushing the boundaries of ux design! Thank you!
- I prefer using Awesome Screenshot because it allows me to quickly annotate a screenshot. Alternatively, I use the native MacOS app for screenshot (CMD+Shift+4 for snippets) and automatically placing them in a Dropbox folder to share with friends or coworkers.