Monosnap is a software application that provides a simple means of capturing or recording the screen, taking pictures with your connected web camera, as well as edit pictures.
The installation process runs smooth and it does not bring any kind of surprises. Once you are done with it, you are greeted by a minimal and non-obtrusive interface. It goes in the system tray from the first launch, and it also creates a small pop-up window on the desktop. It can be used by anybody without encountering any kind of issues, including beginners or highly experienced people.
This software utility enables you to capture the entire screen or a custom area of it, and open the resulted image in a built-in photo editor. The latter enables you to resize and crop images, insert arrows, rectangles, lines and ellipses, use a pen, a highlighter or blur tool, and add text. When you finish enhancing the image, you can copy it to the Clipboard or save it to the HDD as a PNG or JPG file.
It is also possible to record a custom part of the screen, add a feed from the webcam, use a pen or insert arrows, rectangles, lines and ellipses, so as to enhance what you are trying to say. Once you finish recording, you can preview the video, share it on YouTube or save it as an MP4.
Pictures can also be taken with the help of your web camera and this software program, and export them to a PNG of JPG file. From the settings panel you can change all the available keyboard shortcuts, show a magnifier and hints and launch it at Windows startup.
To conclude, Monosnap is a useful and well-rounded piece of software when it comes to taking snapshots of the screen, recording it and taking pictures with your webcam. The interface is friendly to all types of users, the response time is good, the CPU and memory usage is minimal and thus, the computer’s performance is not going to be hindered.