puush for Mac is a screen capture and file sharing app for Mac OS X. Using puush for Mac you can capture any part of your device's screen and share it with others, or share files. The app installs easily but requires a user account on the puush.me site.
Keyboard shortcuts or the mouse allow you to capture the entire screen or parts of it. When a capture happens, the captured image is quickly uploaded to your account on the server, where it can be shared with others. To share a file, you simply indicate the files you want to share and they too are uploaded. When a file is uploaded using puush for Mac you get a URL returned, which you can then share with others by social media, email, or any other method you wish. You can set files and images on the server to be shared openly, or you can restrict access to specific users by limiting distribution of the link.
We used puush for Mac for a week and found it to be reliable. Captured images and files selected for upload are moved to the server very quickly, while a local copy provides a little bit of peace of mind. To share an image or file, you need to send the URL of the upload to others, but this also provides a means of restricting access. While the need to set up an account on the server may be bothersome for some, it is an easy and fast process. If you need to share screen captures or the odd file, puush for Mac is a handy utlity.
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.