I used it for a time as my default Chrome screenshot utility but eventually stopped because I don't annotate most of the screenshots I take. Sure, it comes in handy once in a … Read more
Screenshot Maker Pro allows you to create screenshots with a digital photo of your iPhone as the frame. The app doesn't offer clear instructions and lacks some features that would make the editing process a lot more customizable, but the digital iPhone looks great and the resulting screenshots are perfect for sharing or even for using on your Web site, as a promotional tool.
When you open Screenshot Maker Pro it will show a picture of the iPhone you are using for your screenshot borders. This can be changed in the settings menu, as well. You can then add … Read more
Dropbox has been able to automatically upload photos from your desktop or smartphone to the cloud for a while now. To make things a little bit easier for people who frequently take screenshots, Dropbox has just added support for automatic screenshot uploads. Here's how to set it up:
After your Dropbox desktop software has been updated to the latest release, take a screenshot. The first time you do this after the update, you'll get a Dropbox window that asks if you want to enable automatic screenshot uploads. Click the "Save Screenshots to Dropbox" button.
On PCs, … Read more
There are a couple of different ways to take screenshots on Samsung's Galaxy devices, but the typical method is pressing the power lock button and home button at the same time. This takes the screenshot and automatically saves it to a folder in the gallery.
To take a screenshot on a Samsung Galaxy Note device with the S Pen, tap the screen with the S Pen for a couple of … Read more
One of 2013's brightest moments in gaming is poised to get even better.
Today, Irrational Games, the Boston-based development studio responsible for BioShock and BioShock Infinite, has announced two of the three promised DLC packs to complement BioShock Infinite, and has clued us in as to what the third pack will be.
Clash in the Clouds, which is available today for $4.99 or 400 MS points, features four new maps spread across Columbia where Booker will take on wave after of wave of the game's iconic baddies. Completing challenges unlocks achievements and players can compete online by … Read more
Launch Bugshot and you are presented with thumbnails of the photos in your iPhone's or iPad's Camera Roll. Tap … Read more
Since I started writing content for the How To blog, screenshots have become a staple of my work. Usually their purpose is to show the reader how to perform an action in a more precise way than words can express.
As you may imagine, I have tried a lot of different ways to take and save screenshots. The most basic method, PrtScr (Print Screen), still requires pasting the copied image into an editor and then saving it. While this is great because it is built-in, it makes the process more complex than necessary. Even though none of the screenshot utilities … Read more
Screenshot Helper for Mac solves the common problem of eliminating desktop clutter from screenshots. It is an elegant and uncomplicated tool that performs without any glitches.
Upon startup, a dialog window appeared, suggesting a change we could make to our System Preferences in order to make "more compatible" screenshots. We ignored this suggestion and had no problems, though this may be helpful for users who may share their screenshots with others and run into problems. Upon dismissing the warning, everything on our screen, except the dock and menu bar, disappeared and was replaced with solid white. The white … Read more
Dropbox is almost finished wrapping up its work on version 2.1.x (the version you're probably using if you haven't upgraded). Releasing an experimental build allows it to get feedback from early adopters. This new build lets you automatically save screenshots, move files to Dropbox in an easier way, import from iPhoto, and get faster upload and download speeds.
Ready to check out the new version? To download a copy of Dropbox 2.3.12, find the link that matches your OS and install. What's excellent about this method of distribution is that you won't … Read more
This may be a post only a tech blogger could love, but if you have the need to take screenshots of entire, full-length Web pages on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch, please continue reading.
It's easy to take a screenshot on an iOS device by pressing the sleep/wake button and Home button simultaneously. But what if you want to capture an entire Web page, beyond what is merely visible on the screen? Enter Barry Webpage Screenshot, a 99-cent app that lets you easily capture entire Web pages.
There are two ways to capture an entire Web page … Read more