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qSnap for Chrome 1.4.1.6 for Windows

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qSnap for Chrome

Description:A compact browser extension that enables you to capture, annotate and share a part of the web page that you are visiting in Chrome
Version:qSnap for Chrome 1.4.1.6
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File size:
273 KB
Operating System:Microsoft Windows
Requirements:Windows 11
Windows 10 32/64 bit
Windows 8 32/64 bit
Windows 7 32/64 bit
Updated on:November 9, 2021
Downloaded:504 times
License:Freeware
Developer:QASymphony

Overview:

If you have ever needed to grab a web page snapshot,
qSnap for Chrome
is one of the tools that you need to try out. This browser extension brings you a set of features that should satisfy all your needs when you need to capture and share a webpage area.
The Internet is an endless source of images or web pages worth of being saved or shared with other people. However, grabbing the image requires third party tools since
Chrome
does not include the option to save the page as an image. Most of the times you can save the images to your hard drive but saving an entire page as HTML or MHT can be impractical.
This extension allows you to capture an image of the visible part of the page or the entire file and edit it in a separate tab. In order to take the snapshot you can use a keyboard shortcut or the address bar button.
In the Editor tab you can use the full potential of the add-on by cropping the relevant area, blurring certain elements and inserting annotations. If you need to emphasize a certain element, the add-on can insert arrows, rectangles and other shapes with just a few clicks.
You have the option to adjust the line size and color for every individual shape or text element. The font size is also adjustable and allows you to insert explanations in callouts or text fields.
The add-on can work with multiple captures at the same time and can even load images from the computer in order to make changes and share them with your friends. Talking about sharing, you can generate links for all the images by using a keyboard shortcut or the button from the Editor tab.
Although you can use the PrintScreen function and Paint to capture snapshots, the qSnap provides you with far more features and flexibility. True, it only works for web pages but if that is the only thing you need, it’s a far better alternative.

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