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FindMySoft Editor's Review
qSnap – Web Browser Snapshot Tool
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qSnap allows you to take a snapshot/screenshot of whatever is displayed in your web browser window: click a button or use a hotkey to capture only the visible part; click a button or use a hotkey to capture the entire webpage. After you take the screenshot, you can draw on it, add arrows, add custom text, and more. When you’re done annotating the screenshot, you can save it, print it out, or share it with others.

qSnap is available for Google’s Chrome, Mozilla’s Firefox, Opera Software’s Opera, Apple’s Safari, and Microsoft’s Internet Explorer web browser. You can get qSnap for Chrome from the Chrome Web Store, qSnap for Firefox from Addons.Mozilla.org, qSnap for Opera from the Opera Add-ons website, qSnap for Safariy directly from qSnapnet.com, and qSnap for Internet Explorer right here on FindMySoft.

Open Microsoft’s Internet Explorer and you will see qSnap’s green icon on the command bar, up in the upper left hand corner. Click qSnap’s green icon and you will be presented with two options:
Capture Visible Part (Ctrl + Alt + V) – select this option and qSnap will capture the part of the webpage that is visible in the web browser.
Capture Full Page (Ctrl + Alt + F) – select this option and qSnap will capture the entire webpage.

After qSnap takes a screenshot, it opens an Editor tab. From this tab you can edit the screenshot you took: draw freehand, add rectangles and circles, add arrows, add speech bubbles, add text, blur out elements on the screenshot. From this tab you can choose what you want to do with the screenshot: save it locally as a JPG or PNG, print it out, or share it. Please note that to share screenshots you must be logged into your qSnap account. You can quickly and easily create an account for free here.

Use qSnap with your web browser to conveniently take screenshots, edit them, and then save, print, or share them.

Pros
qSnap is available for Google’s Chrome, Mozilla’s Firefox, Opera Software’s Opera, Apple’s Safari, and Microsoft’s Internet Explorer web browser. Click a button or use a hotkey to capture the visible part or to capture the entire webpage. Draw on the screenshot, add arrows, blur out elements, and easily access a few other editing options. Screenshots can be saved locally, printed out, or shared with others (but only if you’re logged into your qSnap account). You can quickly and easily create an account for free.

Cons
None that I could think of.


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qSnap Editor's Review Rating
qSnap has been reviewed by George Norman on 24 Nov 2014. Based on the user interface, features and complexity, Findmysoft has rated qSnap 5 out of 5 stars, naming it Essential
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