Microsoft launches Snip, its new screenshot tool for Windows

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Microsoft quietly launched its new screenshot tool, Snip (beta) for Windows. The tool lets users take screenshots, snip, and annotate as well. The main feature of Snip is the ability to add
voice your voice to the screenshots. Users can share this videos as MP4, and embed them on web pages as well. Here are some screenshots of the app:

Here’s an example of a video created with Snip:

If you take a lot of screenshots on Windows, you should definitely try it out as it makes the processor of editing and explaining a screenshot much easier. It’s worth noting that the app is currently in beta, so don’t be surprised if you hit some bugs. Thankfully though, the app is available for download for everyone, and you can grab it from here.

What do you think of Snip? Discuss in the comment section below.

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