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Saturday, January 28, 2012

Please Take a Look/Giveaway!!

I was approached today by a company rep; asking me to show their product on my blog.I haven't used this product myself, maybe some of you have??  But checked it out a bit; seems to be a very good product to have. I would like to give you the opportunity to see for yourself; so here is the link to it...and a little information on the product.

Snap It Screen Capture

Capture anything you see on your PC screen with SnapIt. It is convenient tool for graphic designers, bloggers who capture and crop images for their posts, for tech writers who need to describe menus and interfaces of applications, web designers and those who work with graphics every day. It captures and auto saves images with one click.
* Supports hotkeys, auto-saving, clipboard
* Automatically copies screenshots to the clipboard
* Tracks capture history, auto-saves captured images
* Saves files in BMP, GIF, JPEG, PNG and TIFF formats
* Auto-names captured images

And if it's not too much bother; could you let me know what you think..and if anyone has used it; thank you.
If anyone blogs/twitters or promotes this in another forum; and sends their link to the link above, they will receive a code to receive this product free.



  1. Interesting, I use a mac and it comes with a program called Grab which does some of these things. That program won't work on my computer so it is not for me.

  2. Like Leanne, I have a Mac and it does screen captures very easily. My husband tells me that PCs have a similar free/included function, so frankly I'm not sure why anyone would pay for this software? I'm a graphic designer, which is one of their target groups, and I sure wouldn't!

  3. The windows 7 operating system comes with the snipit tool which is great for that. I wish them luck on sales but already have a tool.

  4. I never heard of it , I use picasa to crop and whatever to my photos ,plus there is something already in the computer which I have never used.

  5. I second what the others say - Mac's "grab" and Window's "snip-it" tools work wonders for taking a screen shot of just a portion of the screen. And even before I had an OS with one of those, I would just use the "print screen" button on my keyboard, open up Paint and hit paste, then use the selection tool to select only the section I wanted. Unfortunately, I don't think I would pay the money for this program. Even though it has a few extra options that are nice (ie saving in diff formats), I can do that on my own comp with very little extra trouble (and no extra money!) by doing a "save as".

  6. Well thank you guys....that is good information. I appreciate the input.