Save full length webpages as images using your iPhone and iPad.
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Command line tool for rendering HTML to PDF using WebKit and RubyCocoa on Mac OS X.
The application uses Apple WebKit for rendering the HTML pages, thus the result should look similar to what you get when printing the webpage with Safari.
The simplest way to capture, annotate and share screenshots.
Capture a crosshair, window or fullscreen screenshot from the menu bar, or drag and drop an existing image.
Annotate with arrow, rectangle and text tool.
Instantly upload to Dropbox and get a link to share, or drag the image to any other app.
A simple python script to upload screenshots to your own server
For OS X.
Screentaker is a small utility that makes creating nice screenshots for iOS apps easier by letting you apply effects to them. Simply drop the screenshot on Screentaker or even capture a screenshot from the iOS Simulator and choose the desired device, orientation and effect.
Use keyboard shortcuts or drag-drop gestures to quickly capture any portion of your screen or upload any file. These files are near-instantly puush’d, leaving behind a short URL in your clipboard, perfect for sharing.
Page Layers is a Mac app that converts web pages to Photoshop files with separate layers for all page elements.
Just open any page in the embedded browser and save the page as PSD with layers or plain PNG. Every web page element (every image, link, block, …) will be rendered as separate, named layer.
sour takes a screenshot, uploads the file to Imgur then returns the relevant URL. It can optionally generate thumbnails, too.
ScreenFloat allows you to create screenshots that float above all windows so that content you capture with it is always visible to you, no matter what app you are in. With ScreenFloat, you do not need to move or resize windows around just to keep a piece of information visible on your display.
An intriguing idea: it doesn’t quite work on my dinky laptop screen, but on a big monitor I can see this coming in very handy for blogging, writing documentation, &c..
Enter a URL, get a hosted screenshot of the page in question.
Greenshot is a light-weight screenshot software tool for Windows with the following key features: * Create complete or partial screenshots quickly. * Easily annotate, highlight or obfuscate parts of the screenshot. * Send the screenshot to a file, the clipboard, a printer or as e-mail attachment.
GrabBox is a utility that reacts to the screenshots you take. It automatically copies the screenshots to your Dropbox Public folder, and then copies the URL to the clipboard – ready to share with friends or strangers.