Gyazo 3.8.0 LATEST
macOS 10.12 Sierra or later
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Originally developed in 2009 by Toshiyuki Masui, this app very quickly managed to find popularity all around the world. Its name “Gyazo” represents a pun on the pun on the Japanese word for "image".
After downloading and installing a small app package that weighs at just over 10 MB in size, you will notice a few new shortcuts on your Desktop. By activating these shortcuts or simply pressing a predefined keyboard shortcut (for example Crtl+Shift+C for capturing still image), you will initialize the process of image or video capture. The app can handle the capturing of an unlimited number of images, gifs, and videos, but there are some limitations placed on the free tier of use.
Pro subscribers to this app get access to the advanced web interface where they can search through their entire history of captures, create the unlimited number of collections, create 60 second long GIFs, 30-second long video captures, and a fully-featured online editor. Premium tier also removes advertisements and adds the ability to set passwords on your captured media, unlocks automatic OCR scanning and more.
With over 1.5 billion uploads of screenshots, videos, and GIFs, Gyazo for macOS represents one of the most popular and streamlined micro-media capture and sharing platforms on the market. Simply record what you want, and in seconds you will be presented with a URL link for easy sharing, and if you are interested to expand your toolset with advanced archiving and editing features, only then should you consider premium subscription that costs $5 per month.
Gyazo desktop app is FREE, optimized for all modern macOS, and is natively translated to English, Japanese, Spanish, Chinese, Russian and French.
Note: Browse your most recent 10 images in demo/free version. 7 seconds animations and watermark on shared screenshot.
Also Available: Download Gyazo for Windows