March 14, 2011 in Image Editing (E)
[prMac.com] Vienna, Austria - Eternal Storms Software, makers of flickery and GimmeSomeTune, today is pleased to announce the release of ScreenFloat 1.0, their brand new Mac application. ScreenFloat simplifies the users' workflow by letting them create screenshots that float above all other windows, eliminating the need to resize or move windows around just to keep a piece of information visible on the display.
ScreenFloat provides the user with customizable keyboard shortcuts to quickly create floating shots. For organizing and categorizing created shots, ScreenFloat comes with a Shots Browser. In the Shots Browser, closed shots are collected, tagged, titled, and organized in collections or smart collections. Collections are basically folders which users manually add created shots to. Smart Collections contain shots based on criteria the user specifies.
To make creation of floating shots for text easier, ScreenFloat implements a system service that works with all Cocoa applications' selected text. For the user's convenience, there is a screencast available on the website.
"To be proud to announce ScreenFloat today would be an understatement" said Matthias Gansrigler, CEO of Eternal Storms Software. "I've been using it for nearly two years and since it has been so helpful to me, I decided to release it publicly to help make others' workflows simpler as well"
* Mac OS X 10.6.6
* 1.5 MB
Pricing and Availability
ScreenFloat 1.0 is available exclusively on the Mac App Store for 5.99 Euro / $7.99 (introductory price for a limited time!)
A 15-day trial can be downloaded from the website.
Eternal Storms Software is a one-man software company located in Vienna, Austria, Europe. Their portfolio of software reaches from quality freeware/donationware software like GimmeSomeTune, HierarchicalDock and PresentYourApps to shareware applications like flickery, a desktop flickr client for Mac OS X. "For your computer, all that matters is good software." Copyright (C) 2011 Eternal Storms Software. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.