Capture Screenshots


The SnapTip App is very easy to use. To capture a screenshot either click button 1 or click the dotted area 2. If you get comfortable the App you'll appreciate the PrtScr keyboard shortcut for that.

But SnapTip is not limited to screenshots, you can add any photo or image you like.

Screenshots made easy


We put many thoughts into the screenshot tool. It not only recognizes windows to make them selectable with only one click it also provides a zoom lens 1 to make it easy to exactly match the borders of the region of interest. You can tweak the area until you are satisfied.

Combine Many Images


You can combine many images in a SnapTip. Just add other screenshots or photos. You can move them around freely. The result is a beatifully designed document with all images and their descriptions.



You have a bunch of annotation tools. Add numbering (like 1, 2, 3), highlight with arrows, rectangles or circles. Blur sensitive information or zoom into interesting areas. Or just annotate with text.

Change Cropping and Recapture



SnapTip works non-destructive, so even if you crop half your image it's still there. Just click 1 and you can reselect which area to show. The best is: All your annotation stay on their place, so you don't have to move them around after cropping. Another nifty detail: you can fade out the crop edges.


You know it: Every screenshot needs to be captures twice. In the first attempt there is always something wrong: Cursor misplaced, wrong selection, window size inappropriate, you name it. SnapTip knows about the window position of you previous capture. So it's easy to exchange your screenshots. Click 2 and snaptip selects the last captured region. Just press Return to recapture your screenshot. It's like cropping: your annotations stay where they where. It's never been easier to correct a screenshot.

Intelligent Text


The resulting SnapTip combines images with text. The text can be formatted and has some special features. Just type #1 or #2 to reference a numbering annotation or write [Keyboardshort-Cut] to make a keyboard shortcut stand out as shown in the image.

Publish and Share


Publishing and sharing your snaptip is as easy as clicking a button. 1 Uploads it to the web, so it gets an easily shareable internet address (URL). With 2 you can choose wether your snaptip should be private (only who knows the URL can see it) or published on for everyone to see. 3 gives you sharing possibilities for various social networks.

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