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Show, don't tell: 6 great tools for capturing, annotating, and sharing screenshots

At a Glance

Snaggy is a simple tool for posting screenshots online.

Price when rated: Free

Pros

  • A breeze to use

Cons

  • A one-trick pony useful for hosting screenshots only

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Puush is a super-fast way to push screenshots and files online.

Price when rated: Free

Pros

  • Extremely quick to use

Cons

  • Speed may lead to inadvertent sharing of screenshots

At a Glance

Powerful donationware Screenshot Captor is difficult to master...but it's worth it.

Price when rated: Free/donationware

Pros

  • Comprehensive capture options

Cons

  • Can present a challenging learning curve
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At a Glance

Screenpresso offers a simple, appealing way to capture and annotate screenshots.

Price when rated: $39

Pros

  • Simple interface
  • Solid annotation tools

At a Glance

Capture anything on your screen with the best screen-capture program.

Price when rated: $50.00

Pros

  • Lets you share via YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter
  • Captures video
  • Captures anything on your screen with ease

Cons

  • More expensive than competing programs
  • Captures video to MPEG-4 format only

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