Using Monosnap you can make screenshots, add notes, draw arrows and share the images over the web. Monosnap tool nests itself in the toolbar after the start and can be activated from there most conveniently through hotkey. Optionally, you can create a screenshots of just part of the screen, or a selected window of a certain range or the entire desktop.
The screenshots will open immediately thereafter in an integrated editor and can be annotated and highlighted here with different shaps like rectangles, arrows, circles, lines and labels here. Cropping, zooming in and out works also very simply. These screenshots/snapshots can also be opened in your favorite external editor. The Blur function quickly makes the private details unrecognizable. You can share these screenshot files, recored videos and stream live videos for free.
You can save the final screenshot locally on your computer or upload it by clicking on the cloud storage of Monosnap and share it to Facebook or Twitter with just one click. A free account is required for Monosnap Cloud-Storage. One cool option in Monosnap is capturing your screen after a delay of 10 seconds. This option of “delayed capture” provides you with time to get the whole thing into place for the required image. That’s particularly convenient when for example, you intend to capture a drop-down menu or a pop-up box that would otherwise vanish when you click away from it. By right-clicking the Monosnap’s tray icon a “stream desktop” function can be activated. A user-selectable area of your desktop is then broadcasted live on the web and can be seen on an individual link there. Although the streaming results will have some small delays and slight stuttering or jolting. However, short tests and demonstrations can be put very quickly into effect and without any complications.
How To Make Screenshots & Broadcast Your Interface Live, Stream Videos Using Monosnap Tool : (Video Tutorial)
The new version includes SFTP private key and FTP anonymous, that are added for external services plus file sharing and improved broadcast Interface, with cursor tracking and different annotations.
Monosnap is actually far more than just a simple screen capture tool. you can download it directly by clicking the link below :