ZoomIt Alternatives for Mac

Popular Alternatives to ZoomIt for Mac. Explore 4 Mac apps like ZoomIt, all suggested and ranked by the AlternativeTo user community.

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The list of alternatives was last updated: 6/19/2018 10:29:00 PM

Alternatives to ZoomIt for Mac with any license

  • Virtual Magnifying Glass

    Virtual Magnifying Glass, a free, open source, screen magnification program for Windows, Linux, FreeBSD and Mac OS X. Free full version download and instructions for use. Latest Features: New, much improved dynamic mode for Windows 2000+! No longer requires DirectX or a special video card. New, improved Mac OS X version, much smaller, no longer requires Qt. Show the center pixel's RGB values, in both decimal and hexadecimal.

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux BSD PortableApps.com

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  • DemoPro

    DemoPro is a menu bar app to aid with live demonstrations and presentations of applications or websites. DemoPro has no interface in order not to distract your audience. Each tool has its own hotkey which can be customized by going to DemoPro in the menubar. DemoPro makes it super easy to draw on any app or web page while you do a demo or record a tutorial. No matter what's on your screen, just press a hotkey to activate the drawing tool of your choice (arrow, rectangle, or freehand).

    Free Mac

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  • Draw on my screen

    Examples: - Add handwriting/drawings during slide presentation for better illustration - Add temporary notes on screen to mark documents of other apps - Outline objects on screen and keep the drawings for reference to use in another screen view - Simply doodle as you go

    Commercial $ $ $ Mac

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  • Point N See

    Point N See is a utility to enlarge dynamically a portion of the screen to read fine print or see more detail in an image. When you launch Point N See you see two windows. The small window on the left is a Control Panel; the larger window is the Display Window. There are two modes of operation, Normal and Fixed. In Normal mode, you see a dynamic display of the desktop around your mouse enlarged in the Display Window.

    Free Mac

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