FireShot helps you capture web page screenshots, perform quick edits, add text annotations, and save the captures as a PDF or image file, send to e-mail, print or copy to clipboard, export, share on the WWW or upload to FTP. FireShot integrates with Firefox, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Seamonkey, Thunderbird and Opera. By doing this, FireShot can capture web pages entirely providing a high quality output. It's also possible to capture a selection or just a visible part of the web page. There's no need to run an external editor to quickly resize, crop, highlight, blur, or erase desired elements. It's also extremely easy to add some quick text annotations. The captured web page is automatically opened in the built-in editor allowing you to perform all these tasks (and many more). The captures can be quickly annotated and: uploaded to Twitter, Facebook, Picasa, Flickr, ImageShack, Custom HTTP of FTP server; saved to disk as a PDF, PNG, GIF, JPEG or BMP; copied to clipboard; printed; e-mailed; exported; sent to Microsoft OneNote.
What is new in this release:
Version 0.98.56 adds support for Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Seamonkey and Thunderbird.