Best editor of all the popular screenshot applications. Is portable too!
It's a great tool providing a lot of advanced functionality including auto-scrolling capture, many different output methods, a nice editor for post-processing and good customizability. In terms of structure and usage it is very close to the popular SnagIt software, but it's free for non-commercial use, which is a big plus. It is very useful for power users in that it has good support for taking multiple screenshot in series and have them appear when and where you want to have them (such as tabbed in the included editor, or stored to disk using a customizable filename mask). So its commercial license is definitely also a good alternative for professional users, considering it is really quite cheap.
I have found this tool looking for an alternative to SnagIt, and was very pleased that it supports all the important functions I grew used to while being much more light-weight and clean. Out of all screenshot tools presented on this site at this moment, PicPick is the one I would be most likely to recommend to others.
pikpick is god. this is a beautiful, simple tool in every way. it seems to build off of ms paint, but then do zillions of things paint was never meant to do. this little, free program does it all. i cant resist actually making up excuses online to putter with it again and do more screenshots for something, anything...
you can communicate an awful lot of stuff in an awful lot of ways with a screenshot.... this pikpick tool just keeps growing on me the more and more i use it....
i have had dozens of graphics programs over the decades.... this is the one for me.... it really does alot of cool cool stuff!!!
It seems like AGES that I’ve been using this Wonderful, Ultra-Simple Program!!It does everything I need (& More), and to be honest I’ve never had to look at Word-One of the instructions. It just works, works Instantly & with utter simplicity.
A sort of swiss-army-knife software ... and I like swiss-army-knives a lot!! ;-D
The software is pretty decent, although the scrolling screenshot feature needs a little more polishing.
At the time of this writing, the developer does not seem to disclose their company location on their website. As with any software that is designed to record anything on your computer, it's important to do a bit of background checking on it. I'll assume that the company location is not disclosed because it's a small developer, however, even in that situation, one individual or a small team might not have the resources to implement advanced security measures and malware software might not have less well-known programs on their radar for security checks.
I really struggled to find a simple tool that would allow me to capture multiple screenshots without having to save them first and without having to copy/paste to another editor - PicPick is a gem - and quite easy to use
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