As a product person, I end up taking a lot of screenshots.  A lot of them.

My #1 tool of choice is still Skitch from Evernote, but it’s missing a few key features that I couldn’t live without anymore.  The desktop browser extension, Awesome Screenshot, is a strong #2 choice in my book.  It not only works in Chrome, Firefox and Safari, but it has one killer feature that Skitch lacks:  the ability to grab a screenshot of a full web page.

WhatSkitchVsAwesomeSees

 

It’s a pretty big difference.

Awesome Screenshot just recently added a new Safari extension for iPads and iPhones running iOS8. That’s pretty cool, but what makes it truly awesome is that you can now grab full web page screenshots straight from the Safari browser on your iPhone:

What Awesome Sees on iOS8

What Awesome Sees on iOS8

About the Author -

Hi, I'm Bryan. Thanks for dropping in my little corner of the Internet. I am currently Head of Consumer Products at PayScale, responsible for the design of the company's consumer-facing web and mobile experiences. Before that, I was Redfin's first (and only) Vice President of Products, responsible for the design of Redfin's website, mobile applications, agent tools and information technology systems. Prior to joining Redfin, I worked for nearly ten years at Microsoft as both an engineering manager and a lead program manager. He was responsible for integrating major partners' services with Microsoft's mobile technologies and, prior to that, building Sidewalk.com. I graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (go Badgers!) with a degree in computer science and communication arts (tv, radio & film.)