The Essential Screenshot Tool for Mac
CloudApp’s screenshot tool makes the process of copying, pasting and sharing screenshots simple. Once a screenshot has been captured, anyone can share screenshots, GIFs, and images with the drag and drop feature.
So before you reach for Command + Shift + 4, consider a mac screenshot tool equivalent that not only streamlines screenshot pasting by shaving minutes off of the process, but also stores your screenshots for easy sharing in the cloud.
Copy and Paste Screenshots on a Apple Mac Desktop
Capturing screenshots on your desktop is a faster and more efficient form of communication than typing out lengthy emails to get your point across. Complex details can also be made simple by sharing visuals to showcase key points and get feedback from others.
CloudApp allows Mac users to capture, copy and paste anything on their screen in high quality formats, including annotated screenshots, GIFs, and even HD video, producing content which lives on a secure URL link, is infinitely shareable, and collaborative.
Pasting Screenshots in an Email Simplified
With the Mac operating system, anyone with an Apple laptop or desktop can hit command + shift + 4 and capture a screenshot to their desktop. While this feature has always been native to macOS, it is a bit antiquated. Once a user creates a capture, the content is stored to their desktop. In order to do something with it, such as share it via email, several extra steps are required to get the job done. With CloudApp's screenshot app, this whole process is simplified and everything lives in the Mac Menu Bar, making accessing the files and sharing them more efficient.
To paste screenshots into an email, you simply click on the CloudApp icon in the top right status bar, click on the file, and drag it in your email client. Check out how easy this is in the GIF to your left.