Shutter was the go-to screenshot app for Ubuntu a few years back. But development stalled and the world moved on. But now the tool is back thanks to Snaps!
Flameshot is the Linux screenshot tool I’ve been longing for. As a blogger I take a lot of screenshots and annotate a lot of screenshots. Any app that can help to speed up my workflow […]
If you’re looking for a simple way to quickly capture desktops and add a few annotations, we’ve found an app that you’ll want to try. Shots (stylised as –shots, but we’ll drop the dashes for this […]
Screencloud is a great screenshot tool for the Linux desktop, but it's not available for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. In this post we show you how to force install it.
A new screenshotting tool has been added to the Ubuntu Software Center. Screencloud sits the menu area, allowing for quick snapping of windows, specific areas or application windows, then directly uploads them to either FTP or the ScreenCloud website for easy sharing.
The desktop application for simple file-sharing service Minus has been updated with a new look, and new features.
A new beta release of screenshot application 'Lookit' has been made available for testing, adding in some rather nifty new Unity features...
Lookit is a TinyGrab inspired application for taking desktop screenshots and having them automatically upload to an FTP or SFTP server of your choice. URLs are automatically copied to the system clipboard allowing users to […]
For anyone wondering why the hell I’m posting a screeenshot of my Ubuntu desktop, i do it every so often for my own purposes. I like to be able to look back and see how […]