What’s more difficult to find is a screen capture tool with built-in annotation that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg. Here’s a very good one that does more and is priced less at 99-cents.
Capture. Annotate. Shapes. Ruler.
The subheadline above is my attempt to be succinct about what Screenink does. It captures your Mac’s screen (or any section of the screen).
That makes it more or less like many of the available screen capture tools for the Mac. Screenink does more.
There’s a built-in magnifier, a screen color picket, and even a whiteboard effect to match the annotation capability.
Screenink’s screen captures can be saved as JPG, PNG, even BMP files. Anything on the Mac’s screen can be annotated and shapes can be created, too, including rectangle and freeform.
As annotation and screen capture tools go, Screenink is useful and a good value at 99-cents.
There’s support for an onscreen ruler, undo and redo, and even image imports.
The floating palettes give you plenty of tools with a simple click. Mouse, Pen, Highlighter, Eraser, add Lines, Shapes and Text– all with keyboard shortcuts.
The Color Picker, Magnifier, Ruler, and Protractor can be invoked with keyboard shortcuts, too.
At 99-cents, Screenink is a steal.