SnappyApp is not just another screen capture tool. It works a bit like the Grab tool in Applications > Utilities on your Mac. That means SnappyApp can grab a section of your Mac’s screen and save it. On the screen.
For example, if you want to write something and need a visual reference then SnappyApp captures an image of whatever you want from the Mac’s screen, but holds it on top of everything else so you can refer to it.
That’s much better than grabbing an image or section of a web page, then trying to find an app to store it, then opening the app again to view the image.
Now, once you’ve snapped an image from the Mac’s screen, large or small, it’s pinned to the screen. Right click on the snapped image and you can share it via email, Facebook, Pinterest, etc.
Plus, there’s a built-in Snaps from the Past screenshot organizer so you can keep track of all the screenshot snippets.
Keyboard shortcuts in SnappyApp make it easy to take screenshots of portions on the Mac’s screen. Other keyboard shortcuts can hide the screenshot organizer.
If you take screenshots at all on your Mac you’ll wonder why Apple doesn’t just build this into OS X in the first place. It’s that good. It’s free.