Name: FinalShot Screenshot Capture
Release Date: May 09, 2018
Mac Platform: Intel
OS Version: OS X 10.10 or later
Includes: Pre-K’ed (TNT)
Web Site: http://wegenerlabs.com
Mac App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/app/finalshot-screenshot-capture/id1228862014?mt=12
Do you have to take screenshots every once in a while? Then you will love FinalShot because you will save so much time! FinalShot lives in your menu bar, and is always there when you need it – 2 clicks, and your screenshot is taken!
FinalShot can save your screenshots into a folder you choose or copy your screenshots into your clipboard so that you can paste them into any other app.
You can screenshot your full screen or a specific area. To screenshot a specific area, simply select the top left corner and drag your cursor to the bottom right corner to outline the area to be captured.
Floating windows help you keep information visible across different apps! They come in handy when you’re compiling information or when you’re comparing data from different sources. You can use the slider to adjust the transparency of the floating window if you want to see the information below them.
FinalShot stores your screenshots as PNG or JPEG files and you can lower the quality if you need smaller files.
You can enable and disable the options ‘Save in directory’, ‘Copy to clipboard’ and ‘Show floating window’. These options are only active when you see a tick next to them in the menu. Click on the option to enable or disable it.
What’s New in FinalShot 1.2
Introducing floating windows! If you tick the ‘Show floating window’ option, your screenshots will open in a floating window after you take them. Floating windows are always on top of other windows. They come in handy when you want to compare data from multiple sources because they keep information visible across different apps!