LittleSnapper

Version: 1.8.5 || Release Date: 2012-10-08 || License: Commercial with demo ($39) Developer: Realmac Software | App Owner: alexk

Design inspiration. Captured.

The designer's digital scrapbook! LittleSnapper lets you capture your Mac and the web, as well as allowing you to easily store, organise and share your captures.

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12 Opinions

Little snapper is my favorite app to manage and create huge collections of inspiration screens. Screens can be easily assigned to dynamic folders by tags.

Would be a very useful app with good features, but its to unstable.
Crashed 6 times in 30 minutes on my test with Websnaps in editing mode! Insupportable.

Great indeed

Generally a great app with an awesome concept, but unfortunately I find it too buggy for everyday use.
I think I'll stick to just keeping bookmarks for now.

Great program - in theory, and usually in practice. But it can be very buggy. Consistent problems with quits, with grabs that contain no content, and with export. The developer is generally responsive, but LS can be rather frustrating.

Littlesnapper is awesome! It's slick and fun to use. I actually put it to use in many ways.

1. It's great at taking full-page web snapshots for tracking client designs and design ideas for web pages.
2. Using it's simple editing tools I like to use it for taking screenshots of windows and menus and labelling elements for use in documentation, user guides, etc
3. The image library is like iPhoto for designers. I can keep all my design ideas, inspiration, artwork, etc in LittleSnapper and keep iPhoto for family photos and trips to separate work and life. Perfect for presenting mockups and ideas to clients.

One thing I'd love to see would be a batch snapping feature to snap multiple web pages in one run. For example, to keep up to date snaps of many client sites or bookmarks. I could then batch process those images in Picturesque and publish directly to an online portfolio using Transmit or Coda.

Also, Ember is super-slick and the LS iPhone app rocks!

Very nice app!

In theory, this program would be excellent. Except the developers of the program don't make things really clear.

If you take a screenshot of a window using the built-in screenshot application with Mac, what you see is exactly what you get. Take a screenshot of an entire page that requires login, and it will never work, unless you snap inside of littlesnapper. This alone kills it.

Much better than Skitch.

LittleSnapper is a great app! A "must-have" for people into designing or for just who snap a lot of screenshots...

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