★ Little Snapper, Mat's new favourite app

As a some times website designer there’s a whole bunch of applications that I couldn’t survive without. Previously the list included Coda, Billings, Things, Vector Designer, Photoshop, etc.. Well I have another to add to the list, presenting Little Snapper.

Realmac Software - Creative Web Design Software for Macs

Little Snapper is made by the guys at Realmac Software and in its most basic use case it’s a screen capture application..yeh yeh, so you’ve already got one built into Mac OS X but nothing like this.

If you’re a website designer, website developer, or a bit of a design geek, chances are you have a big library of screen captures of websites you’ve designed, inspirational website designs, captures of parts of websites that you like, and all sorts of stuff like that. You might have a nice filing system so you can easily find them, but if you’re anything like me it’s probably gotten too large to actually manage and find past captures quickly and easily. Well not anymore. Not only does Little Snapper act as your screen capture tool, it also manages a library of your captures, can act as a browser, plus it allows you to annotate the captures with non-destructive vectors, and even share the captures using flickr and also Realmac Software’s FREE! Quicksnapper image hosting service.

Instead of re-writing all the bits and bobs about the feature set and explaining them all too you, I’d suggest you take a quick click over to Little Snapper and take a good look at all the features.

Oh, and did I mention there’s even an iPhone version?

LittleSnapper for iPhone - Snap, Tag and Share your photos online

Little Snapper is a cracker of an application, and is definitely worth checking out.

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