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FireShot: Webpage Screenshots + Annotations

Capture and Annotate Web Page Screenshots

$34.95
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Platforms: Windows XP, 2000, Vista, 7
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If you frequently find yourself needing to comment or annotate web pages, either in a professional or personal capacity, you're going to love today's discount software promotion - FireShot: Webpage Screenshots + Annotations!

FireShot: Webpage Screenshots + Annotations lets you capture web page screenshots right in your browser, then edit and add text annotations prior to saving, emailing, or printing them. It's the perfect tool for marking up pages that are under development, or emailing juicy gossip or conspiracy theories to your family with your own commments added in.

Featuring full integration with Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Seamonkey, and Thunderbird, FireShot: Webpage Screenshots + Annotations is perfect for everyone. Boasting the ultimate flexibility, FireShot: Webpage Screenshots + Annotations lets you capture entire web pages, or just selected portions. From there, use the program to crop, highlight, and blur your capture to draw the viewer's attention to specific elements!

Folks, FireShot: Webpage Screenshots + Annotations is currently on sale for $34.95 (down from $59.95) on the GetFireshot website. However, they've agreed to knock another 15% off the price tag just for you!

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Danny Looks cool!
Oct 31 2012 at 6:36am Copy Link
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Amit I would have certainly taken this if it was not just a broswer software - but a desktop software - and could grab normal windows and folders and applications - like snagit or faststone capture.

Such a good software - but only for browsers - thats somewhat lacking of its potential.

And also why pay when its for free - Ya certainly one would pay if it was a desktop appl. as well, not just a browser tool.
Oct 31 2012 at 8:50am Copy Link
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Overtkill I concur with Amit's comments. I might have actually been interested if this application was completely Windows based, and not tied to a web browser.
Oct 31 2012 at 10:34am Copy Link
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Evgeny Suslikov FireShot for Desktop is called Screenshot Studio, you can find it here: http://screenshot-program.com
GetFireshot.com - Oct 31 2012 at 12:57pm Copy Link
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Amit Ok, can you tell so whats the difference between fireshot pro and Screenshot Studio - are they just same -

only different in one being just a browser plugin and other having the same features but a desktop software ?


And secondly, would like to see screenshot studio too on bitsdujour. hope soon.
Oct 31 2012 at 9:30pm Copy Link
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Evgeny Suslikov The editor is the same, but FireShot cannot capture anything except of the contents of the web browser. At the same time, Screenshot Studio cannot capture scrolling web pages.

Yes, Screenshot Studio will be presented on bitsdujour.
GetFireshot.com - Oct 31 2012 at 9:57pm Copy Link
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Amit I liked fireshot for its quick scrolling webpages capture - screenshot studio not having that feature is quite a hard thing to know, would myself suggest just this feature.
Nov 1 2012 at 5:16am Copy Link
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Anon eMous Two pieces of software for one job. Not a good idea. LOVE the scrolling capture. But, again - combine them and I'd be on board (especially with the features).
Nov 28 2012 at 3:35am Copy Link
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Danilo Coccia Has it a portable version?
Nov 28 2012 at 3:35am Copy Link
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Ralph Bressler I have used the free plugin version of this program. I have used SnagIt for some time and have been pleased with its performance for all uses. Snagit costs $%0 for desktop and browser functionality while these two programs would be $120. The bigger problem is that there are TWO programs to perform from ONE function.
Nov 28 2012 at 7:36am Copy Link
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Evgeny Suslikov Danilo Coccia, yes, it works fine with Firefox portable.
GetFireshot.com - Nov 28 2012 at 8:32am Copy Link
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Evgeny Suslikov Ralph Bressler, Snagit costs $49.95. The regular price for FireShot is $34.95 and it's way better in browsers than Snagit.
GetFireshot.com - Nov 28 2012 at 8:34am Copy Link
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Ralph Bressler Evgeny, I will try the browser comparison. Can you suggest what I should compare to see that Fireshot is "way better"? Still, Snagit provides both functions while each of your programs is dedicated to one. I can see that some users would only want one or the other but many people would like both functions combined in one program for one reasonable price.

Let's be clear about the pricing! Your website states that both programs are regularly $59.95. Fireshot has a "limited" discount and Studio has a discount for "this week only". If the lower prices are the ones you want to quote then they should be changed permanently on the website
Nov 28 2012 at 8:59am Copy Link
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Evgeny Suslikov Ralph, you can compare how much time it takes to create annotations in FireShot.
GetFireshot.com - Nov 28 2012 at 9:07am Copy Link
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Michelle Bereza After using the trial for two days, just purchased - love it and to get it at a discounted price - thank you.
Nov 28 2012 at 11:12am Copy Link
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Steven Avery Hi,

There are lots of desktop tools that are stable, good and inexpensive, such as Winsnap. or the ones that specialize on saving to the web.

Good browser snap-tools are more problematic, since Firefox comes out with a new version or day or three, so I do consider a browser snapshot program worthwhile and do not need a desktop one. The thing about Fireshot is that it is a bit sophisticated, maybe more than the common user needs, as you can see in the demo with the toolbars available.

If you just need simple annotations only on the fly, don't ferget Internote, a free Firefox stickies program. While rudimentary, it can let you place notes on a screen, including a web page, before you take a desktop snapshot. And they can come back up when you bring the same page or domain up.

Fireshot is interesting, suggest you extend it a day, some of the alternatives (this was a big thing 2-3 years back) and some competitors have faded into the woodwork. I would like to test out the options on saving to the web, to see if they go to an easy share point with an immediately available url..

Also it is nice if dark page backgrounds can be white backgrounded for quicker inkjet printing. Various techniques for reducing pics and stuff, if you do print the whole page rather than a section. The sense I get is that Fireshot has emphasized the "Paint" style features more, which is only important to some of the people some of the time.

Steven
Nov 28 2012 at 10:00pm Copy Link
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Jerry S This looks interesting. Loads okay in Firefox, but not in Chrome. Tried twice and restarted both times. Advice, please?
Nov 28 2012 at 11:19pm Copy Link
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Evgeny Suslikov What error?
GetFireshot.com - Nov 28 2012 at 11:29pm Copy Link
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Jerry S No error. FireShot simply doesn't appear anywhere in Chrome that I can find. Installs and works fine in Internet Explorer and Firefox, but nothing in Chrome.
Nov 28 2012 at 11:32pm Copy Link
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Evgeny Suslikov Ah I see. You may try installing from here: https://chrome.google.com...mgjaogfceg
GetFireshot.com - Nov 28 2012 at 11:38pm Copy Link
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Jerry S That worked. Although I am a long-time user of SnagIt, FireShot looks like it may be a quicker way to accomplish web screenshots. Thank you for offering a terrific promotion.
Nov 28 2012 at 11:48pm Copy Link
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J S Is there a deal price for both programs including todays Bitsdujour discount and if so how do I get it?

Do the 2 programs integrate into one single program if you own a license for both or does the owner have to remember which program to use for each situation?

The purchase windows says "FireShot Pro (One-Time Fee)" so does this mean that there is an option for a subscription arrangment instead?
Nov 28 2012 at 11:57pm Copy Link
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Evgeny Suslikov Jerry S, thank you and have fun!
GetFireshot.com - Nov 28 2012 at 11:58pm Copy Link
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Peter C1 Bits MODERATOR please delete this mistaken post comments67735

Thank You
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