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ScreenSend takes, uploads screenshots

updated 12:35 pm EST, Fri December 1, 2006

ScreenSend released

Rayner Software today released ScreenSend, a screenshot tool for Mac OS X with a unique Web upload feature that instantly posts screenshots to a website. ScreenSend eliminates many of the steps normally required to show a screenshot to a friend or colleague over the internet, and negates the need to send the pictures as email attachments. Users select an area of the screen and enter a URL, after which ScreenSend immediately proceeds to upload the screenshot on a dedicated server at a data center, accessible from anywhere on the internet. The application is available for free, with the Web hosting service available as a subscription for $3 per month or $30 per year. The hosting service comes with a one-week free trial, offers 100MB of server space, and allows 'unlimited' traffic.




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