For example, every graphic designer that I know that uses a Mac also has xScope, a multi-tool utility app. Here’s another utility we all need.
Why would anyone have a need for more than one Mac screen ruler? Nearly every graphic app of consequence has rulers and guides built-in already.
What makes SnapRuler different than the rest, most of which are included within often used graphic apps?
Two words: Two clicks. SnapRuler requires only two clicks to get the dimensions of anything you want measured almost anywhere on the Mac’s screen.
Instead of using rulers scattered around on the screen, and trying to nudge an object into the ruler to measure, SnapRuler measures the object instead. After all, you don’t want rulers, you want measurements.
SnapRuler is loaded with options, delivered in a slightly unconventional but somewhat ‘Eureka moment’ method. It sees the objects on your Mac’s screen that you want to measure and it snaps to them, and gives you the measurements.
It’s like having a pixel perfect ruler anywhere on your Mac’s screen with having a ruler. Nicely done and worth every penny.