Handy screenshot App for macOS.
Xnip has rich image annotation tools. Easy to use.
## Scrolling Capture
It helps you to capture a full-page screenshot even if the content not showing on the current screen.
You can use scrolling capture to capture your source code, article, chat history, etc.
## Window Capturing.
Window capturing with the shadow effect. Furthermore, you can select multiple windows and capture all of them together.
## Color Picker Tool
Pick the color of any pixel on the screen and make pixel-perfect capture.
## Physical Unit
Measure objects by the screen with the physical unit size indicator of selection.
## Pin Images
Pin screenshot or any image on your screen.
Subscribe Xnip Pro to remove the watermark in the screenshot and gain access to all features in the future update. The subscription will be auto-renew. You can stop auto-renew 1 day before the end of the current period.
- Add some new arrow style (right in the editor window).
- Improve set default style.
- Bug fixed.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Best Mac Screenshot Tool I've Tried
I've tried a ton of tools over the years (Skitch, native macOS tool, LightShot, Nimbus, Monosnap). This one takes the cake for me. The free version is very generous with what it can do but I opted in to the paid version as I'd happily support the development of this.
The only feature that has been (rarely) finnicky is the scrolling capture, but they have very detailed help content to troubleshoot that. I only found one page (Salesforce Lightning page) where it would refuse to work.
One feature I'd love to see is the ability to edit annotations after you've already saved and closed the editor window. Even with the paid version and using the editor window, I don't see an option to reopen a previously annotated file, edit the annotations and re-save it. They would like need to add and support a native Xnip file format for this.
All being said, this tool meets my use cases 95% of the time and the interface is awesome. I use this tool daily as a tech consultant and it's clutch. I've been using it for about a year.
Developer Response ,
Thank you so much!
An Xnip file to save the annotation is in the plan. But it takes a big afford to accomplish. So it may come out after a very long time.
Beautiful and cleverly designed
Xnip is a beautiful and cleverly designed screenshot and annotation app, but misses a few features.
- Cross hairs that extend to the screen boundaries both horizontally and vertically to make it easier to make screenshots of things that are not square, and don't have distinct boundaries.
- A way to organize, easily rename and edit screenshots within the app once they have been saved. Currently users are forced to go through the finders "Open With" contextual menu option and then scroll to the bottom of the list in order to annotate a screen shot once it has been saved.
I've been searching for a good screenshot annotation tool since Skitch was bought by Evernote (2011) and none of the apps I've tried were even halfway decent. That is until I came across Xnip today. IMO, this app does screenshots and annotations PERFECT (well, very close - I would love a blur tool in addition to pixelation). Anyway, this tool is going to save me so much time. I take hundreds of screenshots per week. This app is so clean and simple. This developer really understands how to make a high quality app!!!!!! Well done!!!!
Developer Response ,
Thanks, David. I will keep developing on Xnip.
- zida zhang
- 12.5 MB
macOS 10.12 or later, 64-bit processor
English, Simplified Chinese
- Age Rating
- © 2019 zida zhang
- In-App Purchases
- Xnip Pro Yearly Subscription $4.99
- No watermark & Edit window $9.99
- No watermark & Edit window $7.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.