// Please watch the tutorial !! http://goo.gl/Fsqnoe //
Whenever you want to scrap something on the screen,
you probably used Cmd+Shift+4 or some other apps.
But, as you know "Cmd+Shift+4", which is "screencapture" app included in Mac OS X, simply saves the captured image on the desktop rather than shows it to you instantly.
So, I made this! This app grabs anywhere on the screen as images and shows you instantly.
Cmd+Option+B: Grab It!
Drag: Move Images
Double Clicks: Make Images small
Right-Click Drag: Drag as a file
Cmd + w with mouse on the image: Close the image
· An option added to set shortcut for opening clipboard image with GrabIt
Ratings and Reviews
Can't work without it
Thank you for making this app! It has saved an invaluable amount of time, especially being able to right-click + drag the grabit preview into another app. The only thing I would really want is a very simple text and drawing feature over our grabit previews. I find Grabit especially great when I need to take a screenshot of something quickly to share with a coworker, and a drawing ability would come in handy for times when you need to point out at something specifically. I appreciate this app and would have no problem paying for a V2 with some more capabilities such as the one I mentioned.
This is one of my favorite and most used apps. The only problem I have is that I cannot automatically assign and move ithe screen grabs to a folder. I have to stop what I am doing and name the picture, then move it to trash before I go to the next task. Otherwise it is FANTASTIC!
Good screen capture utility
Very useful little utility, allows you to save to clipvoard or Dropbox or iCloud, right-click drag to create a file to Finder, or double-click to make a smaller version of the screen shot. Nice.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.