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TinyGrab is a simple yet extremely powerful utility for Mac OS X. Harnessing the power of Mac OS X's built in screenshot capabilites, TinyGrab instantly uploads and allows you to share with a small URL- all in under thirty-seconds.

What's New

Version 2.02:
  • This app's auto-updating functionality isn't working. Please manually download this update of TinyGrab v2.02 from here.

Requirements

Mac OS X 10.6 or later

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Jimleff Member IconReview+56
Jimleff
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I'm pulling back from my rave reveiw, below. Two problems: once your shot is uploaded, and you've been given the link, the link goes not to a photo page, but to an html page with photo embedded (and you need to go to page source to get the PNG link). Annoying if, for whatever reason, you're trying to get a photo link.

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Version 2.02
Jimleff
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Also, devs don't reply to email. I assume it's deadware.

larrymcj Member IconComment+235
larrymcj
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While TinyGrab may be nice, don't bother with it if you need to edit your screenshot before uploading it. For that, Monosnap is the best I've found.

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Version 2.02
Jimleff Member IconReview+56
Jimleff
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The workflow involved in launching Grab, taking the screenshot, saving the screen shot, cropping the screenshot and converting it into a JPG, attaching it to an email, and sending, is a daunting thing, and I've been doing it for years.

This makes it....so.....easy. And because the screenshot is uploaded, it's easy for both you and the recipient to refer back to it at any point in the future (as opposed to trying to search through old emails for an attachment).

Don't hesitate to buy this one. I understand it used to be buggy and problematic. I'm new here, but I sure don't see anything like that in the present version.

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Version 2.02
Eodtech Member IconComment+67
Eodtech
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TinyGrab was acquired by development agency Company 52 and has begun a new chapter; one of stability and growth. Since taking ownership 2 weeks ago, Company 52 has stabilized the service, solved nearly all of the outstanding problems that were making TinyGrab unusable, and dramatically improved customer support response time.
Looks like things may be back on track - time will tell.
All previous purchases will be honored, current features will continue to be supported, and all previously working or incomplete / buggy features will be completed! In addition, new feature enhancements are in the pipeline

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Version 2.02
Bushwhack Member IconComment+127
Bushwhack
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DO NOT DOWNLOAD VERSION 2.0.

Does not work. At all. Dev claims to be working on a fix but current version is broken. Will continue to use version 1 until version 2 is fixed because at this point, version 1 is more functional than version 2.

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Version 2.0
justdep
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Seems like they have the kinks worked out now, though.

Bushwhack
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Justdep,
You are absolutely correct. The newer version is finally stable and returned all previous functionality.

I highly recommend this software to anyone looking to share an image or something on their screen fairly quickly and quick flawlessly.

Devs did a great job getting it up and running again after the breach!

Chris Leydon Member IconReview+1
Chris Leydon
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Simple screenshot sharing at its finest.

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Version 1.04
Jonnyg75 Member IconReview+5
Jonnyg75
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I think this could be great if they just had a way to use/upload your screenshot from your clipboard instead of having to save it to the desktop first. A java gui ( or something similar) even on the pull down from the menu bar would be great to just "command-v" and paste my screenshot and hit upload. That would be golden!

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Version 1.04
Pedrotaquelim
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note:
In the preferences you have the following option to move the image:
"After upload:
1-Do nothing
2-Move to...
3-Move to Trash"

Jonnyg75
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yah i noticed that after posting my review. One major problem still though is if you choose to take a screen shot (save to desktop) you can have it automatically upload and automatically delete/trash or move etc... but what if you want to actually do a normal screenshot for something else and keep it? You have to go change your preferences then. Would be nice to have their simply be a different short cut you set (again like skitch) for performing a screenshot with direct upload versus it being activated and one in the same as the command for normal apple screen shot.

i like the app... i just wish it had a few more options.

Mcyukon Member IconComment+53
Mcyukon
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Information not given is that there is a free version also.

Features Free Premium

Uploads per day: 10 Unlimited
Share with a tiny URL: Included Included
Selective Image Uploading: Included Included
Use on both Windows and Mac: Included Included
Organise images online: Premium only Included
Upload Unlimited Images: Premium only Included
Upload to custom FTP server: Premium only Included
Search through Grabs: Premium only Included

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Version 1.03
Mcyukon
+1

Ah well, I guess that didn't work, go here to view the differences.
http://tinygrab.com/go/register

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Keir
Version 1.04
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Details

Downloads 8,055
Version Downloads 2,405
License Shareware
Date 29 Apr 2011
Platform Intel 64 / OS X / Intel 32
Price $15.00
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