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Tuesday, 18 August 2015

aNote - Screenshot extension - App Review



For those moments when a picture, or screen grab, just aren't enough.

aNote - Screenshot extension allows you to add information to the image

Now for the ACIDS test:

Aesthetics
The home page for the App allows you to choose between:

Internet - capture an image of the web page you are browsing
Book Cam - take a picture with your iOS device
Quick Memo - This is a blank page
Photo - accessed via your saved images
Scrap Files - modify records that you have previously saved

Whichever one of these you choose, you then get access to a palette which has various colours, thickness, as well as rectangular, circular, and straight line shapes, not forgetting text and freehand drawing.

This enables you to easily mark-up your document, hence highlighting anything you wish.

– Take Full page screenshot in Safari.
– Annotate screenshot with freehand draw.
– Save the screenshot to Image and Share to anywhere you want.

Cost
The App costs $3.

Indispensability
This is one of those Apps that is extremely useful but will not necessarily get daily use.

Dependability
aNote - Screenshot extension is an iPhone App which works in 1x and 2x modes on an iPad. It is extremely simple to use and reliable.

Security
This is a standalone App, although access to your photos needs to be given if you wish to annotate these.

The full screen web page capture works when the aNoteShot is enabled from within Safari.

ACIDS Test Rating:

Annotate (textually or graphically) with ease.

To find out how the ACIDS Test works, click here.


You can get aNote - Screenshot extension here and support for the App here.


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