Status Barred crops your iOS screenshots to remove or obscure the status bar. Removing the status bar is recommended by apple before submitting to iTunes Connect and being displayed on the app store:
"Don't include the device status bar in your screenshots." - iTunes Connect Developer Guide
-iPhone 3.5" Display (non-retina)
-iPhone 3.5" Display
-iPhone 4" Display
-iPhone 4.7" Display
-iPhone 5.5" Display
-iPad Retina Display
Support for iPad Pro screenshot sizes (2732x2048, 2048x2732)
Ratings and Reviews
I use this for all my screenshots
Thanks so much for making my life easier. I use this, along with the Alpha Channel remover, for all my screenshots. It’s simple and it works.
Simple, yet effective app
This makes cleaning up screen shots to publish for documentation very simple. Thank you!
Works exaclty as expected.
This dead-simple app works exactly as you would expect it to. Drag one (or many) screens on the window and in a few seconds you have your cropped shots. Again, it's super simple but it will save you time if you have a lot of screenshots that needed cropped.
The only thing I found a little annoying was that if you don't have the "Overwrite" button checked but wanted to save the new picture in the same folder as the original (a natural thing to do) you get an alert popup saying that you have to overwrite the original picture or skip the crop since there's a name conflict - no choice to rename the cropped picture to avert the naming conflict. A simple preference allowing the user to choose a number or word to be appended to the end of every cropped photo or even another button on the dialog popup would fix this problem. If you simply overwrite all of the files, you won't have any problems though.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.