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!
Draw on your Screen with the well named 'Draw on Your Screen' extension for GNOME Shell. It lets you write text and draw over the Ubuntu Linux desktop.
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 […]
It’s been well over two and a half years since feature-rich screenshot tool Shutter was last updated — but a new release is finally here! Shutter’s last release was back in 2014, so this update has […]
Improved Dropbox integration is among the many improvements featuring in the latest release of popular screenshot tool Shutter.
New bug fix release of versatile open-source screenshot tool Shutter now available for download finally removes defunct Ubuntu One plugin.
Shutter, our favourite screenshot tool for Linux, has been updated with select bug fixes and a new application icon.
Screenshot-taking tool Shutter has added support for Ubuntu's Application Indicators in its most recent update.
This is a guest post by Tom Slominski, a 15 year old Ubuntu user who 'loves Linux, open source and web development with a tad of alternative rock sprinkled on top.' Here Tom runs through his top 5 app picks for Ubuntu.
A few minor application updates have slipped out this weekend. ViewNior The lightweight image viewer ViewNior has been updated with a ‘single’ button menu, wallpaper setting support for GNOME 2, GNOME 3 and XFCE. It […]
Linux screen capture application 'Shutter' has been updated to support more online image sharing services.
A new version of popular screenshot utility 'Shutter' has been released. Shutter 0.87.3 finally sees the ability to capture the 'real' cursor image in use. Shutter previously only used the 'standard' cursor image.