Screenshots of your computer serve an important purpose. They can be used to easily record what is happening on your screen. A screenshot can be shared with friends to share funny Internet moments or with computer troubleshooters to explain problems – the uses are endless. Screenshots are also used by app developers who are working in teams; they often have to upload screenshots of their computer screens to communicate project progress or problems.
One way to go about sharing the screenshots is to manually take screenshots and manually upload them every time there is a need to share an issue. But here to make this matter far more convenient for Mac users is a nifty desktop utility called Upshot.
Upshot is a free to use desktop application for Mac computers. This user friendly app’s setup file is sized at nearly 4MB; because of its small size, users will have no problem quickly downloading and installing the app. By using the application you can have the screenshots taken on your Mac computer uploaded easily to your public DropBox folder.
All you have to do is connect your DropBox account by having its directory automatically detected. From then onwards, simply begin taking screenshots. Your friends or project team members can check out your public DropBox folder to view the screenshots.
- A user friendly desktop application.
- Compatible with computers running the Mac operating system.
- Automatically uploads screenshots taken.
- Uploads your screenshots to your public DropBox folder.
Check out Upshot @ https://github.com/fwenzel/upshot/downloads