PicPick is a screen capture tool that includes a capture editor and several on-screen measurement tools, including a color picker, color palette, pixel ruler, protractor, crosshair and more.
PicPick allows you to capture the entire desktop, active windows, selected areas or window controls with the click of a button or via keyboard shortcut. The captured image can be loaded into the internal image editor for further editing, saved as an image file (JPG, PNG, GIF, BMP) or automatically uploaded to your FTP server (upload the image and copy the URL to the clipboard).
PicPick is definitely a better choice if what you need is just a simple image editor. With this software you can easily perform simple photo editing tasks, including brightness, contrast and color adjustment, grayscale, blur, pixelate and other special effects. so it will save not only your disk space but also working time and money.
Take screenshots of an entire screen, an active window, the scrolling windows and any specific region of your desktop, etc.
Edit your images
Annotate and highlight your images: text, arrows, shapes and more with the built-in image editor that includes the latest Ribbon style menu.
Enhance with effects
Easily add effects to your images: drop shadows, frames, watermarks, mosaic, motion blur, brightness control and more.
Save, send, or share images via Web, email, FTP, Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive, Box, Evernote, Facebook, Twitter and more.
Variety of graphic design accessories including a color picker, color palette, pixel ruler, protractor, crosshair, magnifier, whiteboard.
With highly advanced settings, you can customize hotkeys, file naming, image quality, and many other options that fit your needs.
PicPick Pros and Cons
|Editor and capturing tool, all in one||Webpage capturing option doesn’t scroll the page|
|Perfect for some basic retouches||No printing capabilities|
|Easy to set up and use|
|Operating system||Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista and XP(32-bit and 64-bit)|
|Title||PicPick V.5.0.6 for windows|
|File Size||14.9 MB|
|Date added||30 July 2019|