InstantShot grabs that screen in an instant

screenshot of InstantShot

There it is–that elusive screen you've been looking for. Now to get that screenshot. What is that command again? Command + Shift + what? I can never remember what that is. Or you can use Grab, right? Except, who needs a screen shot saved as a .tiff? What to do, what to do….

Well for starters, maybe you can use a real tool for this job, an app like InstantShot. With InstantShot, you can grab the whole screen, choose a specific window, grab a rectangle that is less than a whole application window, or even select a region that takes real estate from multiple different windows–it's all up to you.

When you grab a screenshot, you can save it as a .tiff, .jpg, or .png image, or even save it to the clipboard, making it easy to paste directly into another app, rather than having to import from a file.

InstantShot is a Mac app and requires OS X ver. 10.4.

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