Screenpresso can be of great use to all those who wish to quickly capture part or all of their screen without turning to an overly complicated or technical app.

Offers multiple types of captures

Screenpresso adds a toolbar in the upper side of the screen and you need to move the mouse cursor in the area to make it visible (otherwise it stays hidden so as not to distract you from your work).

You can choose to capture a screen region, the previous area, full screen or a delayed screenshot; alternatively, you can go for video recording of the entire screen or a selected area.

Packs a built-in image editor

Once you have taken one or more snapshots, you can go one step further and enhance it with a wide range of objects, such as lines, rectangles, polygons, ellipses, or numbers. You can also insert text boxes or draw freehand elements, as well as highlight or blur a specific region.

You also get the possibility to add a plethora of smileys, arrows, signs and so on, along with graphics from your own computer (JPEG, PNG, BMP and GIF).

Moreover, Screenpresso also supports cut, crop, and resize, while also allowing you to add customizable border.

Supports several export formats

As soon as you are satisfied with the edited screenshot, you get two options: you can either print it or you can export it to JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP or TIFF. The recorded videos can be saved as AVI, MP4, WMV, OGV or WebM.

On the other hand, you can choose to upload your files to Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox, Amazon S3, Evernote, Twitter, YouTube and many more services, provided you enter the correct credentials.


All in all, Screenpresso is a feature-packed solution that can capture not only static screenshots, but also videos, that you can later modify and personalize with ease.



Screenpresso Enterprise 2.1.26