Daniel Jalkut was asking on Twitter about screenshot apps.
Skitch for Mac seems possibly abandoned, and has become very buggy in 10.13. What are folks’ favorite Mac screenshot tools these days?— Daniel Jalkut (@danielpunkass) October 4, 2017
He got a bunch of responses for many different apps. Macfixer suggested one I hadn’t heard about:
I’ve been using ShotBox recently, it’s totally a “duh, why didn’t I think of that?” kind of app:https://t.co/j3r5Q4lRHQ— macfixer (@macfixer) October 4, 2017
So I checked it out. The developer, Josh Parnham, says:
After taking a screenshot with the system keyboard shortcuts (⌘⇧3 and ⌘⇧4), a window will pop up allowing you to quickly share, edit or delete that screenshot without needing to hunt around your desktop for it first.
I was sold immediately. I went to the Mac App Store, ready to plop down $5 for the “Delete Screenshot” feature alone. Low and behold, the app is free. On his website, Josh says:
If you enjoy using it please feel free to buy me a coffee! ☕️❤️
I’ve already sent him the $5 AUD.