November 14, 2014 in Multimedia (E)
[prMac.com] Calgary, Canada - Robots and Pencils is today pleased to announce the release of Jeff, a Yosemite Mac app that allows users to record their screen as a GIF and share it anywhere with Dropbox. Now any Mac user can visually share an idea in seconds.
To create a GIF, users simply need to drag and expand Jeff to any size, capturing their whole desktop or part of their screen. Once they're finished recording, Jeff will automatically upload a GIF to the user's Dropbox and create a link. The GIF can then be shared by pasting the link. Wherever a user can share a link, they can share a Jeff, including on Trello, Slack, GitHub, Twitter and email.
When users have something to say but cannot explain it in words, Jeff can help. Jeff is great for:
* Recording ways to reproduce bugs
* Visually explaining concepts to remote workers
* Showing off specific elements of design prototypes
* Demonstrating software functionality or behavior to clients
* Creating tutorials, including family member tech support
* Requires OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor
* 3.7 MB
Pricing and Availability:
Jeff is available now on the Mac App Store for $9.99 in the Productivity category, and is free for not-for-profits. Promo codes, screenshots and videos are available for journalists, reviewers and bloggers upon request.
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