CloudApp is a versatile screen capture tool designed to streamline the sharing of in-process work. Trusted by companies like The New York Times and Facebook, CloudApp stood out to me amongst the many options for screen capturing.
By combining high-quality screen recording with cloud sharing, CloudApp makes it easy to send visual input to colleagues. I was able to easily record my display in-real time to send instructions to a team member, and even drew directly on images and screenshots to make quick annotations.
Compatible with an abundance of apps like Slack, Trello, and Github, CloudApp fits seamlessly into any team's workflow. Plus with powerful visual search functionality, it's easy to find screen clippings and recordings at a glance.
This app vastly improved my visual communication and I recommend you try this 5-year subscription to CloudApp Storm for just $150, 90% off the regular price.
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