ScreendocsForDropbox

Developer: Alvin Lai

Current Version: 0.1.1

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 600.7 KB - Download

Description:

Capture step-by-step screenshots and publish a html webpage with them online using Dropbox

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Release Notes:

Updated for Mac OS X Lion.

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Most Helpful Reviews

4/5
Version 0.1.1
Review by alx71

Excellent tool - Simple and straightforward. I tried a few other apps like Clarify: they have more features but this one is the fastes and gets the job done (tip: double click on the images to open them in preview and modify them with annotations). My only issue is that it features an annoying writing at the bottom stating "Generated by Screendocs for Dropbox." I would expect an option in the Preferences to have any advertisment removed (considering that this app is a bit pricey). Lack of documentation might be an issue too, but the app is so simple it almost doesn't need it.

Found helpful by 12 out of 13 people
1/5
Version 0.1.1
Review by Meltemi09

complete waste of $14.99 - You start the app and you see a window which appears to show you your screen shots and allow you to annotate them. You also see a smaller popover that allows you to capture/stop capturing. You start the capture and the mouse changes to the standard apple capture pointer. You drag a rectangle to capture, and you get NO feedback what so ever. The first window does not show that any captures occured. I noticed after a while that it was dumping screen shots into Dropbox/Public. This is a completely useless product. No help to tell you what is going on,

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people

More Reviews for Current Version

4/5
Version 0.1.1
Review by alx71

Excellent tool - Simple and straightforward. I tried a few other apps like Clarify: they have more features but this one is the fastes and gets the job done (tip: double click on the images to open them in preview and modify them with annotations). My only issue is that it features an annoying writing at the bottom stating "Generated by Screendocs for Dropbox." I would expect an option in the Preferences to have any advertisment removed (considering that this app is a bit pricey). Lack of documentation might be an issue too, but the app is so simple it almost doesn't need it.

Found helpful by 12 out of 13 people
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