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Screenshotter
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  • Rated 4.5 stars
  • Outstanding

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  • Last modified: Jul 5, 2014

Review Summary:

Since I tend to write a number of reviews on a weekly basis, I also tend to take many screenshots within iOS apps. On the other hand, I am using my iPhone to take photos all the time, which really creates confusion in my Camera app. I am sure many of you are craving for a better way to organize your images within iOS, and I am sure that many are turning to third party apps to make this happen.

A few days back I decided to try an iOS app that was promising to help me organize screenshots on my phone. This app is named Screenshotter, and it’s created by Cluster Labs. This app is completely free to download and use, and it doesn’t come with any in-app purchases, so what you see is what you get.

Once you open Screenshotter for the first time, it will automatically pull in all your screenshots from the Camera Roll. I did have a lot of them saved, so it took about two minutes to load all of these images. If you do not have as many as I do, I believe this process will take just a few seconds. After that, I was taken to the main view where I could see all the images. I was surprised to see how effective this app was, since all my screenshots were successfully identified, and none of my other variously sized photos were mistakenly pulled in.

The main view of Screenshotter shows you the main depository for your images, as well as any other folders that you might have created. This means that every time you take a screenshot, this app will automatically pull it into the main category where you can see all your screenshots at once. This view, as well as any other folder- or album-view is designed to show two rather large thumbnails per row, so you can quickly find the one you are looking for. Images are always organized in chronological order.

Screenshotter is also great for organizing your collection of screenshots. From the main view, you can select multiple images into a batch, and you will get to use one of two available options: Move to Folder, or Archive. If you move the images into a new folder, you will create a new album. On the other hand, you can remove images by sending them to the archive folder. Due to iOS’ restrictions, this app can’t actually delete any images, so they are always going to be visible in the Camera Roll, which is where they can be permanently deleted.

Screenshotter is very simple and it’s designed for only one role. What is important to mention is that you can’t use this app to organize the rest of your images, since it’s made only to identify and work with screenshots. Anyone who needs this functionality on their phone will find this app tremendously helpful, and I am sure there are many people who are looking to avoid the Camera Roll and the confusion it creates.

 

Pros

Very simple and straightforward. Minimalistic interface. Free of charge.

Cons

None really.

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