Version: 2.8 || Release Date: 2010-05-28 || License: Commercial with demo ($39.95) Developer: Blue Mango Learning Systems | App Owner: akurtz

A simpler, more effective approach to software documentation

Not just another screen capture application. ScreenSteps helps you answer questions by automatically creating image-based documents as you capture screenshots.

Using the integrated authoring tools you can quickly annotate images and add text. When you are finished you can export to HTML, PDF, Word (DOCX), WordPress, TypePad, Bloger, Movable Type, MindTouch, Confluence, Googles Sites, Joomla or ScreenSteps Live.

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3 Opinions

It's a payable document authoring tool with good features for creating online documentations or printed manuals.
Some workflows are a little bit confusing.

I can't believe how much time I spent on Pages, Word and Google docs trying to streamline my methods for creating CMS documentation for clients. Why didn't I know about this app sooner?

Developer seems responsive and pushes out new releases with features that the community asks for in a timely fashion.

Good stuff!


- Confuuusing interface.
- Slooow performance.


- Awesome results.
- Nifty annotation tools, such as sequential numbering by simply clicking on items in the screenshot.


- Buy it if you A) can't stand giving instructions to your Mom over telephone... or B) Have a company (say, software developer or what have you) and wish for a simple way to make quick manuals that are easy to add, edit and rearrange items in.

- If you don't have a specific need for this kind of tool, you can favorably use the old fashion way of taking screenshots and make notes in TextEdit.