Glui is our go to app for screen capturing, annotating and grabbing a window with a simple click. version 1.2.2 comes with a new pixelation tool to hide information you don’t want to share.
What’s New in Glui Version 1.2.2
- The new pixelation tool makes it easy to obfuscate parts of images that you don’t want to share, e.g. email addresses, names, etc.
- The new “Image from Clipboard” feature let’s you quickly open images that you’ve copied to your clipboard from the menu bar, or via ⇧+⌘+7.
- Removed the “Fullscreen Snapshot” as it was very rarely used. If you still want to capture the full screen you can do a crosshair snapshot and select the entire screen. Oh, and yes, I consider removing something an addition.
- Annotations now “pop out” more with a subtle drop shadow.
- Draw smoother freehand shapes with the improved pen tool.
- Added “Save Image” to the share image menu.
- Fixed an issue related to saving really big images.
- Other minor improvements.
Glui is the simplest way to capture, annotate and share screenshots.
“The app is incredibly simple, no bells or whistles to be found, and it excels as a result.” — Macworld (4.5/5)
“An ultra-simple screenshot app that beats Skitch at it’s own game” — Cult of Mac
“Screenshotting for OS X made a delight, not a chore” — 9to5Mac
• Capture screenshots or drag and drop existing images.
• Annotate with arrow, rectangle, pen, text and pixelate tool.
• Instantly upload to Dropbox and get a link to share, or drag/paste image into any other app.
• Runs in the menu bar, the dock or both
• Responsive and clean sharing page
• Keyboard shortcuts
• Quick sharing via email, message, Twitter or Facebook
• Full upload history via the Finder
• Enhanced for Retina display
• Zero clutter