Snip is a screen capture tool.
Use command + shift + X to capture your screen.
bug-fixes and minor improvements
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Looks simple but can not find where the snip goes??
Read the directions on the App Store
At first I agreed with the reviewers that said it wouldn’t open. But then I re-read the App Store description. Once I did the control+shft+x the snip box appeared and I could control the snip window even better than windows 10. the tool bar was a little hard to find in the bottom rigiht corner and is not terribly intuitive - but you can figure out what the icons mean with 10 seconds if experimentation. So, total messing with it time = 5 min TOPS before I had it all figured out and doing exactly what I needed to finish this project!
Simple with excellent features
Great tool, especially for creative work. I love the shortcut button for opening snaps in Photoshop, its so convenient for creative work. If the app isnt working, ensure that Snip has screen recording enabled in the system preferences under security and privacy/screenrecording. Then use command shift X to bring up the tool.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.