Take screenshots with arrows and circles using F buttons and paste them as files with CTRL+V. A normally time consuming task, carefully optimized. You can put one or multipe arrows or circles on your screenshot, by positioning your mouse cursor where you want them and pressing shift+F1 or shift+F2. When you let go of the shift button, the screenshot is produced. You also have shortcut F buttons to show latest screenshot and open the containing folder with last screenshot selected.
What's new in version 3.1
Version 3.1: The App no longer blocks commonly used F buttons like F2 and F5. AND Right shift button reminds you of your options. AND there is a user manual inside the app.
You can show the latest screenshot in the screenshot folder by one click in the app.
ReleaseMarch 26, 2020
Date AddedMarch 26, 2020
Operating SystemsWindows 10, Windows 2003, Windows 8, Windows Vista, Windows, Windows 7, Windows XP