There are plenty of screenshot tools out there with different strengths; some aim for simplicity, while others include full-featured image editors for annotating and manipulating your screenshots. The biggest strength of Puush is that it can automatically upload your screenshots and share them with others. We think this program is a great choice for people who need an easy way to store and distribute their screenshots.
Puush requires users to register for an account, but this is a simple process requiring nothing more than an e-mail address and password. The program opens with a screen describing the default keyboard shortcuts; there's one to capture the active application, one to capture the entire screen, and one to capture a user-defined area. Take a screenshot with any of these features and Puush will automatically upload the image and place the URL on your clipboard for easy sharing. Puush also lets you easily upload existing images to your account with another keyboard shortcut. An introduction screen provides instructions for getting stated with Puush, and we found that we didn't need much beyond that; users who have additional questions can visit the online support community. The program has various options for customization, such as changing the hot keys. Overall, we were impressed with Puush, and we recommend it.
Use keyboard shortcuts or drag-drop gestures to quickly capture any portion of your screen or upload any file. These files are near-instantly puush'd, leaving behind a short URL in your clipboard, perfect for sharing. Paste these easily into your Twitter, IRC or IM clients. Share them with the world or make them private, for your eyes only.