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Today’s Killer Startup: The Easiest Way To Manage Your Mobile Screenshots

Today’s Killer Startup: Screenshotter

 

 

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Screenshotter is the simplest way to organize and manage mobile screenshots.

 

Why It’s A Killer Startup

My boyfriend and I went on vacation to Nicaragua last December. I didn’t have a camera with me, so all of our pictures were on his phone. When we got back I asked him to send them over to me, only to have to wait for months because he just didn’t have time to pick the shots of beautiful Spanish colonial architecture and giant volcanoes out from the sea of screenshots that litter his camera roll.

 

My boyfriend is a front end designer and part of being a designer is taking a million screenshots of work in progress or inspiration or final mockups that you have to share with your developer. They are images that are a necessary part of his working day but don’t serve much purpose beyond when they’re taken and sent.

 

Unfortunately, like most people, he forgets to delete them once they’ve used up their usefulness. With the addition of Screenshotter to his roster of tools, however, he now has no excuse for not sending me pictures right away.

 

Screenshotter was created specifically for people like my boyfriend: designers and developers and anyone else who takes a lot of screenshots on their phones. The app automatically separates your pics from your screenshots, lets you organize them into folders, and then gives you the option to delete them from your camera roll. You can rest easy knowing that everything is still accessible but not clogging up your vacation pics. Check it out at Screenshotter.net.

 

It’s a simple app that does one thing and does one thing well. While that one thing may seem unnecessary to some people, I can say that at least one designer is extremely happy with how much easier it is for him to manage his pictures these days.

 

Tweetable:

#Designers! #Developers! Get those screenshots out of your camera roll and into folders with @screenshotter http://screenshotter.net/

 

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Author : Emma McGowan

Emma is a proud native of Burlington, Vermont, who has lived in six different countries over the past two years. She's living and loving the global nomad life and writing about technology and startups everywhere she goes. Check out more of her writing about tech on (the more titillating stuff) KinkAndCode.. Follow her on Twitter @MissEmmaMcG.

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