Clarify v1.2.0 – Transform screenshots into documents


Clarify provides a hassle-free way of turning screenshots into beautiful documents in five minutes or less. Many screen capture applications let you work with one picture at a time. But combining multiple screenshots into clear documents is a pain. It’s such a pain that most of us don’t take the time to do it, even though we KNOW our clients, co-workers and friends would like us to use more pictures when we are trying to help them.

Clarify gets rid of all of the hassle and frustration of creating documents out of screenshots. Say goodbye to working with multiple screen capture, image editing and word processing applications and say hello to instant productivity. 
Clarify lets you:
  • Capture multiple images and turn them into a document
  • Add text and annotations with simple, integrated tools
  • Share your document via email, PDF, Dropbox or
  • Capture windows or regions
  • Import photos or other image files
  • Assemble multiple images or screen captures into a document
  • Easily reorder screen captures
  • Easily replace images (Clarify remembers the size and location of the original capture making updates a snap)
  • Crop and resize images
  • Add borders or picture frames
  • Add arrows, boxes, circles, highlights, text annotations and numbers
  • Blur out sensitive information
  • Export as PDF
  • Export individual images or all images in a document
  • Share online via Dropbox or
  • Copy RTF content to emails, word processing documents or Evernote

Version 1.2.0:
  • New Evernote integration! You can now select the notebook to create the note in and update the note. The Clarify source file is stored with the note as well so updates are always quick and easy.
  • Any team member can update a Clarify document on Clarify now recognizes if a document has been uploaded to a account, even if you weren’t the one who originally uploaded it.
  • Fix for Eastern European language input.
  • When undoing a step reorder the steps would not always be put back in their proper positions.

Intel, Mac OS X 10.5 or later
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