This application lets you easily capture any part of your screen, though it lacks editing capabilities. AndySnap's straightforward interface supplies usage directions at the top and descriptive buttons and text, which is helpful because it misses a help file.
The program will capture any part of your screen in a few keystrokes. You can crop your screenshot using your mouse or keyboard. If you so desire, your mouse pointer can be included in the shot. Captured images can be saved using BMP, JPEG, PNG, GIF, and TIFF formats, and can be viewed directly from the interface, which we like. Once you've specified the designation folder, saving is automatic.
An autonaming function lets you add formatting, including the date. Advanced editing and printing features can't be found in this freeware, however. All told, users with simple screen-capture needs will be satisfied.
A single or multi-monitor screen capture utility that remembers previous capture regions so you can quickly re-create any of your last 20 screen captures. AndySnap can also capture drop-down menus, or optionally include your cursor in the final image. Quickly drag and drop your captured image/file to get it where you want it. Version 3.1 includes new option to show in taskbar and multiple drag-and-drop from file list.