SwordSoft Screenink allows you to easily capture and annotate anything on the screen including full-screen, rectangle and freeform shape. It features a powerful capture tool, whiteboard, screen color picker, screen magnifier and etc. You can use all these tools freely. SwordSoft Screenink save files in BMP, JPG, JPEG and PNG formats.
* Fixed: Some bugs were fixed.
Ratings and Reviews
Exactly what I wanted!
After many years as a loyal DeskScribble fan, I had finally had enough of the crashes that resulted in total loss of my handwritten notes. While, in the grand scheme of things, this was little more than an inconvenience, I thought there HAD to be a better app out there and I was determined to find it. I knew that at the very least, there had to be one that was still being supported by its developer(s). That’s where SwordSoft Screenink comes in - I tried the free version and enjoyed the experience so much that I returned to the App Store to purchase the full price version not even knowing what the added benefits might be, just wanting to support the developer(s). My sincerest thanks to whoever is responsible for this rugged, stable, exactly-what-you-need-and-nothing-you-don’t app. I hope to use it for many years to come!
The best "whiteboard" program I've seen yet
So easy and intuitive and a steal at 99 cents! I was looking for something to use for creating tutorial screencasts. I needed to capture a slid that I typed in Powerpoint, and then be able to write on it as I recorded the tutorial. This product does everything I need and it does it extremely well. Best of all, I can create several screens and easily switch between them and even save them as a group to be opened later. WAY better than the latest version of Skitch, which is what I was using before.
All you want and nothing you don’t - it’s a winner!
Very simple layout and design. This program seems very light and user friendly. Just wants to stay out of your way as you go about your affairs on your computer. Layout is intuitive, smart and responsive with no crashes to report so far. As one person put it before, I would not be surprised if Apple wouldn’t want to look to incorporate some of the features from this app into the next IOS. It has that type of “Apple-ish” feel to it.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.