If you’re looking for something simple to do tasks like take screenshots and annotate image, Monosnap could be the answer. There’s easy tools to highlight text, blur elements of the screen, draw arrows and so on - ideal if you want to draw attention to something. The software also supports screen capture - so you can capture all or part of the screen, and you can set hotkeys to do this. It can also record screencasts easily - ideal for anyone looking to explain something. Perhaps most usefully, it has built in support for many major file sharing mechanisms - including Amazon S3, Dropbox and Evernote. The best bit? It’s free!
Mac OS has always been known for being much better for graphics and images than Windows – and it’s easily demonstrated by the large suite of software available to make your photos just that bit better. So here’s our pick of seven top image editing apps available for Mac OS.