Grabilla

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Grabilla
Main Grabilla interface.
Main Grabilla interface.
Developer(s) Grabilla
Initial release 28 November 2007; 10 years ago (2007-11-28)
Stable release
1.25 / 13 November 2015; 2 years ago (2015-11-13)
Written in Qt 5
Operating system Windows XP or later
Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later
Android 2.3 or later
iOS 9
Platform Intel x86 - 32-bit; .NET Framework 3.5 with Service Pack 1 (Windows version); QuickTime 7.5.5 (Mac OS X version)
Size 31.00 MB
Available in English
Type Screenshot software, screencast software
License Freemium
Website grabilla.com

Grabilla is a computer program launched in 2007. The software takes a screenshot of the user's computer screen and uploads it to the Web, FTP, computer or copy to clipboard. If uploaded to the web, the program automatically creates a URL to the image that can be shared with others. The application can record videos of user screen with user's voice comments and upload or save created video. It can also capture animated gifs up to 10 seconds. Grabilla is compatible with Android, Macintosh (Mac OS X[1] and iOS[2]) and Microsoft Windows.

Users can sign up for an account before using the software, but it can be used without account as well. Currently users can login with Facebook, Google+, Twitter, Yahoo!, LinkedIn, GitHub. Grabilla account with email and password available as of 10/3/2014.[3]

Features[edit]

  • Screenshot capture with edit
  • Video with voice capture
  • Animated GIF capture
  • Scrolling window capture
  • Any file upload and share

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As of 15/03/2014 paid features were released in Grabilla.[4] There were three paid features released - screenshot password protection, short URL stats, image direct link in 1 click (free users have to click 2-3 times to get a direct link to the screenshot).

Browser plugins for screenshot[edit]

Browser plugin available for Google Chrome[5] and Mozilla Firefox.[6] Safari extension is unlisted now.

Listings[edit]

It is listed on CNET[7] and other major download sites.

Positive reviews was published on Ghacks,[8] CHIP.de,[9] The Tech Gadget,[10] Addictive Tips,.[11]

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