Right now, I capture images on my iPad in three ways:
1.) I’ll tap and hold and take the whole image.
2.) I’ll take a screen shot using the sleep/wake and home button technique.
3.) I’ll tap and hold and take the image and then move it to my Mac for further editing.
More often than not, I find myself using the third method since it provides me the best flexibility, but it is not convenient. A solution to this problem would be processing my third method directly on my iPad.
Superstash is a web browser for iPad that allows you to take screen shots of any web page, annotate the screen shot, and share it with friends and colleagues or file it away for future need.
While browsing with Superstash, you can capture full-screen photos, use the available cropping tool to select a specific area, or just tap and hold the image to save to your Photos.app (just like in Mobile Safari). Once saved, you can add metadata such as name, rating, and tags.
The browser also features some great organization and editing tools. When viewing your photos in the image library, you can arrange your photos in folders or select single or multiple photos to share, move or erase. For editing, some of the basic functions included are using a pen, eraser, type tool, and color picker.
If you are looking for a simple to use app that allows you the flexibility of taking specific screen shots and then editing those photos right on your iPad, check out Superstash.
Superstash is the available in the App Store for $3.99.
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