Screentaker

Developer: Fabian Kreiser

Current Version: 1.3.1

Last Updated: 3 years ago

Download Size: 4.1 MB - Download

Description:

Screentaker is a small utility that makes creating nice screenshots for iOS apps easier by letting you apply effects to them.
Simply drop the screenshot on Screentaker or even capture a screenshot from the iOS Simulator and choose the desired device, orientation and effect. The app is smart enough to detect the device and orientation automatically.
You can also download and install effects other users have created or create your own effects.

• Capture from iOS Simulator
• Apply effects to your screenshots
• Download and install new effects
• Create your own effects

Screentaker - Simple screenshot taking and editing for iOS apps.

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Release Notes:

• Fixed a bug where some plugins would not be selectable

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 0
Review by R. Mansfield

Great for blogs - This great little app does just what it shows in the examples--it puts an iPhone or iPad frame around screenshots. This is great for folks who normally post screenshots to blogs. I don't have an iOS simulator, but it works just fine dropping regular screenshots in from my iPhone or iPad. If the developers are reading this (and I'm sure they are), I'd like to request an option for the white iPad frame. Thanks!

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
2/5
Version 0
Review by Chee3

This app has untapped potential. - I would be willing to give this app a 5 star review if it could deliver on the purpose of the app in the first place. Although I have a graphic designer on staff I don't want to get him involved in these screenshots. I need the screenshots rendered within the iPad device but the image it outputs is too large to submit to the app store. There needs to be an option to size the image to submit to the app store without having to open the image in Photoshop. Thats the purpose of this app the way I see it. Also, if you take the screenshots directly from the simulator, then the image is rendered in the iPad correctly. But if you import the screenshot taken manually of the simulator, which already includes the iPad background, you end up with an iPad within an iPad. I would be trivial to include an option to cut the iPad simulator portion out of a previously taken screenshot before adding it to the iPad screenshot. These are my suggestions and I believe the app would be many times more useful if these features were added. My goal is to be able to take these screenshots especially with the iPhone or iPad backgrounds without having to open Photoshop or give these images to my graphic designer. I'd be glad to change my rating and review if these usuability issues get corrected.

Found helpful by 3 out of 6 people