An Easy, Free and Full-Featured Screenshot App for Google Chrome

If you use Google Chrome or any of the other Chromium based browsers (such as Microsoft Edge, Vivaldi, Brave, etc..) a good browser extension to use to capture screenshots is “Screenshot Master: Full Page“. Once installed, simply click on the toolbar icon, and by default you can select a specific area of the screen or can select to only capture the visible area of the screen or you can select the whole page where the app will scroll (and capture) the contents of a page until it reaches the end of the page. Once the screenshot capture has been completed, the app will automatically go to the built-in editor where you can write text, crop, draw arrows, and draw boxes or lines. Once you are satisfied with the result, you can the save the screenshot to the PNG, JPG, or WEBP formats. What I particularly like about this screenshot app is its’ simplicity.

Source: Google Chrome Store – Screenshot Master – Full Page Capture

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Take Webpage Screenshots Entirely (or by selection) – FireShot – Chrome Web Store

I’ve tried them all (Chrome Screenshot Browser Extensions)… This one (FireShot) is now under my review; and, so far, I really love it.

Here is why:

Take FULL webpage screenshots. Capture, edit and save them to PDF/JPEG/GIF/PNG, upload, print, send to OneNote, clipboard or email.

FireShot takes full web page screenshots. You can edit and annotate captures.

You can capture web pages entirely to PDF (with links) / JPEG / PNG files, print, or copy to clipboard. FireShot can work offline.

* NEW: send screenshots directly to Gmail.

“The Best Free Google Chrome Extension” by PCMAG.COM.

The screenshots are instant and produce no traffic.

### What you can do with FireShot:

✓ Capture full web pages entirely
✓ Capture only visible part of the page
✓ Capture selection
✓ Save screenshot to disk as PDF (with links), PNG, and JPEG
✓ Copy screenshot to clipboard
✓ Print screenshot

### A FREE upgrade is available. Activate it directly from the menu and:

✓ Capture specific elements, such as scrolling areas on web pages
✓ Capture all tabs in one click and save to single PDF
✓ Edit screenshot: crop, resize, add text and arrow annotations, blur areas and apply other effects
✓ Print
✓ Save screenshot to PDF files
✓ Save captures to disk as PDF, PNG, GIF, JPEG, BMP
✓ Send to OneNote (Pro version)
✓ Upload to Twitter, Google Picasa, Facebook, ImageShack, Flickr, EasyCaptures
✓ Copy screenshot to clipboard
✓ Print screenshot
✓ E-Mail
✓ Export to external editor

Source: Take Webpage Screenshots Entirely – FireShot – Chrome Web Store

A Very Simple To Use App To Take Screenshots On Your Android Phone

Taking a screenshot on an Android phone is typically possible by holding down the power button and the volume down button at the same time. This is tricky to do; and saving or sharing the screenshot requires too many hoops to jump through.

A solution that I found is a small app called “Selection – Screenshot & Crop”. Once the app is launched and enabled, you simply go to the notification area of the phone (at the top) to initiate the capture sequence. Once initiated, a grid will appear on the screen that will allow you to crop your selection; then, you can subsequently share the screenshot through other apps (such as your email). I have tried many screenshot apps and this one is the simplest I have found to use and is now a keeper on my phone.

SOURCE: Google Play – Selection – Screenshot & Crop (to install on your Android Smartphone, open the Google Play app on your phone and search for “Selection – Screenshot & Crop”)

A Modern Screenshot And Capture Tool

Here is a screenshot tool, called CloudShot, that may pique your interest. I love screenshot programs and CloudShot stands out in that it has a modern interface that allows you to share your screenshots via cloud services like Dropbox/Imgur, upload to FTP, copy or just save it.  I also dug a little deeper on the site and found there is a portable version, as well.



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