Screenshotter - Organize and manage your screenshots
By Cluster Labs, Inc.
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Screenshotter makes it incredibly simple to organize and manage the screenshots you take with your iPhone. It automatically identifies screenshots and makes it easy to organize them into folders.
Here’s how it works:
• Open the app and give it access to your camera roll. Screenshotter automatically displays your screenshots separate from your photos.
• Tap select and choose multiple screenshots.
• Tap “Move to Folder” and enter a name. The screenshots will be moved into a corresponding folder in iCloud Drive. It will now be magically available to all your devices and Mac computers.
• For screenshots you don’t care about, tap the trash icon in the lower right. They will be removed from your Camera Roll.
Created by the Cluster team
What's New in Version 2.5
Screenshotter makes it incredibly simple to organize and manage the screenshots you take with your iPhone.
Here's what's new in 2.5:
- iPad and iPhone 6 Plus landscape support!
- Bug fixes
Here's what's new in 2.0:
- Sync filed screenshots to your iCloud Drive, so they immediately appear on all your devices
- Delete screenshots from your Camera Roll directly from Screenshotter
- Rename folders
- Support for iPhone 6 & 6+
It's unfortunate then iOS saves your screenshots in the same place as your photos. If you need an effective way to clear out your screenshots (while organizing them, too) this is it!
I am a developer and take tons of screenshots but am often too lazy to always go back to photos and delete/organize them right away. This is a divine way to do so. I cleaned out 250+ screenshots in 15 minutes, sorting all the keepers into iCloud folders.
If you are like me, check out the 'Ember' desktop app for auto-importing from your new iCloud folders.
Best one I've tried
I had given up trying to organize screenshots ages ago. Other similar apps would crash on launch for me.
After a couple days of filing, now have all of them neatly organized into folders where I can get them. iCloud Drive means I can still get them from other apps, when I need to.
I had 2,800 screen shots taking up about 1 GB Yeah, I was surprised it was that many, too.
It did crash a couple times, but I never lost any data and I could at least get the job done.
Now I can keep new ones filed quickly and easily.
Precisely what I needed to properly organize my screenshots on my device, even sync these across several other devices, and finally delete the devastating deluge of these from my camera roll!
- Category: Utilities
- Updated: Jan 13, 2015
- Version: 2.5
- Size: 7.7 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Cluster Labs, Inc.
- © Cluster Labs, Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.