What if you could do the same thing to whatever is on your Mac’s screen? That would save a few step, and make it easier to use the Mac’s screen as part of a dynamic, live presentation where the Mac acts like a digital white board. All you need is Highlight.
Live, Onscreen Highlights
Highlight is one of those rare, inexpensive, and cleverly designed Mac tools that you know you need even before you try it out.
Instead of using a graphic app to draw, or instead of using a special utility to annotate a web page, or instead of using a PDF file to highlight text, do it all right on the Mac’s screen.
That’s what Highlight does. It’s a highlighter, annotating, and drawing tool for the Mac’s screen.
Whatever is on the Mac’s screen can be highlighted, or marked up using the Mac’s mouse or trackpad. If you need to save the screen image, simply save the whole screen as a graphic.
And, yes, dear Mac folk, a picture is worth at least a few hundred words.
Now, how is this better than simply editing a PDF file in Preview?
Highlight saves a bunch of steps, and does something many of us who use our Macs in presentations really need.
The drawing, highlighting, and annotation is all done on the Mac’s screen live, in real time.
On any app, on any web page, on any graphic or text.
That makes it perfect for large screen presentations in classrooms and meetings. Highlight is priced at a ridiculously low 99-cents so it qualifies as an official Mac360 bargain app.