Introducing qSnap

qSnap comes with two components: qSnap browser plug-in that lets you capture single or multiple Web pages, annotate the screen captures, store the files, and share the screen captures with a click; and qSnap hosting service that enables the storage and sharing of your screens captured from the plug-in.  

Both qSnap plug-in and qSnap hosting service are free. You can download qSnap plug-in, or register a qSnap account from

Supported Browsers:

  • Chrome (latest version)
  • Firefox (latest version)
  • Safari (version 5.x and 6.x)
  • Internet Explorer (version 7.x, 8.x, 9.x and 10)


qSnap Browser Plug-in:

  • Capture screenshots - Ability to capture single or multiple screen captures of web pages.
  • Edit screenshots captured:
    • Annotate screenshot:
      • Add or remove rectangle, ellipse, arrow, text, callout, and pencil drawing.
      • Crop the screen to include only the selected area.
    • Blur an area of the screenshot.
    • Add existing image file (JPG/PNG) into the thumbnail screenshots list.
    • Thumbnail screenshot list: allow user to edit screenshot title, delete the captured screenshot, and view next / previous screenshot.
  • Share screenshots captured:
    • Ability to save screen captures to local machine.
    • Ability to upload screen capture to qSnap hosting service, then share its links.
    • Ability to print screen captures.
  • Settings - Ability to configure hotkey to capture screenshot
  • Account and storage is free
  • Uploaded screen captures will be automatically removed after 30 days.
  • View, search and sort screens uploaded
  • Add comments to screens
  • Delete screens
  • Share the screens’ links via email, or to Facebook, Twitter, and Google+