Date: Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015, 07:45
Category: News, Software
ThinkDev’s QuickShot was nifty and version 2.0.1 might be niftier still.
Per developer comments, the company has added the following new bells and whistles to its screenshot and image management application for OS X:
We’ve got a lot of feedback from users who liked our app, but simply wanted it to do more. So, with this release we’re introducing a boatload of new features. To start, QuickShot now has multiple folder support, so you can load images from any folder you want and switch between them right in your menubar. Along with that, we’ve now added custom filters, search, sorting options, and themes to make QuickShot even more customizable.
The company also stated that it’s looking to have QuickShot 2.0 serve as an overall image management system, especially with its multiple folder support
You could use one for screenshots and others for any other folders with images. Then from any of your custom folders you can easily drag the most recent image directly from the menu bar into whatever window you need. Also, we added the ability search and set filters to get right to the image you want.
QuickShot 2.0.1 retails for US$4.99 and requires OS X 10.11 El Capitan or later to install and run.
If you’ve tried the new version and have any feedback to offer, let us know in the comments.
Via Product Hunt