January 24, 2014
Screen capture images can be used for a variety of reasons. You can include them in tutorials and multimedia classroom projects. You can also use them as illustrative visual aids when explaining a difficult concept or to visually highlight a process. There are several web based tools and extensions that you can use for this purpose. Here is a list I compiled for you containing some of the best tools I have been using in my work as a blogger.
1- 1- LightShot
This is a great screen capture extension that works on Chrome. Besides being able to take a screenshot of a webpage or part of a webpage, LightShot lets you also takes screenshots from videos and share them with others. It is really great.
2- Web Page screen Capture
This is a freeware software for taking screenshots . This extension is able to capture 100% of both the vertical and horizontal content appearing on any webpage on the Internet. It is very easy to save the captured file onto your computer or print it / or share it to any social network.
3- Tech Smith Snagit
The Snagit for Google Chrome™ Extension makes it possible for you to capture images within your Chrome browser. In order to edit, share, and manage your captures
4- Awesome Screenshot
Awesome Screenshot lets you to Capture the whole page or any portion, annotate screenshot, blur sensitive info, one-click upload to share.
5- Screen Capture
This tool allows you to capture visible content of a tab, a region of a web page, or the whole page as a PNG image.
Snaplr is a simple way to capture and annotate your desktop's activity. Its Free to download and is available for both Mac and Windows.
Snaggy is an image host that lets you paste images from your clipboard directly online. Any kind of image, from raw data to URL paths, can be pasted in one step. Snaggy also has a simple built-in editor you can use before you share your image.
Puush is a free tool that lets you share screenshots and files. Use keyboard shortcuts provided to quickly capture any portion of your screen or upload any file. It can store up to 200 MB of files for free
Monosnop is a wonderful desktop software that you can use to :
- Capture full screen, just part of the screen, or a selected window
- Highlight important details with pen, text, arrows and shapes
- Hide private information with our blur tool
- Open snapshots in your favorite external editor
- Drop images on the Monosnap icon to upload them to the cloud
- Upload your snapshot to our storage in one click
- Or save it to your local folder and copy it to clipboard
SitetoPic is a web tool that lets you easily take a screenshot of any webpage but simply tying in or pasting the ULR of that web page.