Developer: majimakHARU

Current Version: 4.913

Last Updated: 7 months ago

Download Size: 3.3 MB - Download


// Please see the tutorial !! //

Email: [email protected]

Whenever you want to scrap something on the screen,
you probably used Cmd+Shift+4 or some other apps.

But, as you know "Cmd+Shift+4", which is "screencapture" app included in Mac OS X, simply saves the captured image on the desktop rather than shows it to you instantly.

So, I made this! This app grabs anywhere on the screen as images and shows you instantly.

Cmd+Option+B: Grab It!
Drag: Move Images
Double Clicks: Make Images small
Right-Click Drag: Drag as a file
Cmd + w with mouse on the image: Close the image


Release Notes:

- Added button for saving image in iCloud Drive
- Changed button layout
- Minor bug fix


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.2
Review by Daddy knows best

Wonderful! - Very nifty! Keep it up ;-)

Found helpful by 3 out of 6 people
Version 4.6
Review by Just trust me on this one

Won't Open - Bought the app, installed it, shows that it's installed in my applications as well as in the App store when I pull it up, yet it won't open. Restarted my computer thinking maybe it was just being glitchy, nope. Just won't open, that's a pretty big glitch, don't you think?. I wouldn't recommend you waste your money on this version if you're actually looking to use it. Spend a dollar more or two, you get what you pay for.

Found helpful by 3 out of 4 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 4.913
Review by Corvi

Good screen capture utility - Very useful little utility, allows you to save to clipvoard or Dropbox or iCloud, right-click drag to create a file to Finder, or double-click to make a smaller version of the screen shot. Nice.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
Version 4.913
Review by frankinohio

No ability to copy images that you grab to the clipboard - Looks ok, but funcitonality is limited. No ability to grab images and then copy them to the cloud. You can save them, send them to the cloud or dropbox, but sometimes, you just want to paste them in a document or email. :(

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people