Capturing snaps of entire webpages, as well as areas of your screen, has never been easier. LittleSnapper's menu item and global keyboard shortcuts allow you to capture webpages without leaving your browser, safe in the knowledge that the snap is automatically added to you library to work with later.
October 15, 2009
Version: LittleSnapper 1.5.1
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. It's always a concern when new software crashes repeatedly before it ever gets working. This was my experience with LittleSnapper using OS X 10.5.8 PPC. After the first crash, the program said it needed to update a library. Crashed again. Waste of time.
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. I found LS very stable and useful. Sure, you can capture your screen with the built-in functions, but the sorting/tagging/editing/notes tools and the easy way to publish your images is very handy.
This review was originally posted on VersionTracker.com. If I had a nickel for every time this pos crashed on me I'd hire a development team to build a stable version. This latest crash is the last for me. I've had it with this thing! And if it's not crashing it's ruining entire littlesnapper libraries of snapshots by telling me that it must be from an older version (which it never is) and that it can't open the frickin' library. Beware, use at your own risk. You'll spend plenty of time tagging and organizing almost for naught. Luckily I backup routinely, nevertheless, what a hassle to constantly be wrestling with this finicky little bastard. I'm happily return to Flysketch in concert with iPhoto to handle my screenshot annotating and organizational and cloud-connecting needs. Sayonara LittleSnippetySnapper!