Pixel Taken - Screenshot Tool

Pixel Taken - Screenshot Tool

Install latest/stable of Pixel Taken - Screenshot Tool

Ubuntu 16.04 or later?

Make sure snap support is enabled in your Desktop store.


Install using the command line

sudo snap install pixeltaken

Don't have snapd? Get set up for snaps.

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Capture and share screenshots easily with Pixel Taken!

Pixel Taken is an intuitive and powerful screenshot tool designed for seamless screen capture. With Pixel Taken, effortlessly snap any part of your screen, whether for work, education, or personal use. Our user-friendly interface allows quick edits and easy sharing options, making it perfect for all users. Features include full-screen capture, window capture, custom area selection, and direct sharing capabilities. Ideal for professionals, students, and casual users alike, Pixel Taken enhances your screen capturing experience on Snapstore.

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Details for Pixel Taken - Screenshot Tool

License
  • LGPL-3.0+

Last updated
  • 28 March 2024 - latest/stable
  • 28 March 2024 - latest/beta

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Contact

Report a bug

Report a Snap Store violation

Share this snap

Generate an embeddable card to be shared on external websites.


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