CleanShot X for Mac is a great client for taking screenshots with macOS. As of today, it’s receiving a big update with version 3.9.

With CleanShot X 3.9, the app is adding an option to combine multiple screenshots into one in Annotate. It also brings:

  • Added option to expand the canvas in Annotate
  • Annotate window can be resized now
  • Improved snapping in crop tool
  • Added preference to automatically expand the canvas
  • Improved crop tool UI
  • Minor bug fixes and UX improvements

Via its Twitter account, CleanShot X offers a glimpse on how combining multiple screenshots into one in Annotate with the ability to expand the canvas work:

Last year, the app received one of its biggest updates with Pro Cloud accounts with domains and branding, unlimited storage, self-destructing links, and more.

In his hands-on review of the app, 9to5Mac Bradley Chambers wrote:

What makes CleanShot X so powerful is how simple it is to use, but there is also immense power at your fingertips. For me, I have CMD + 4 set to let me snap a screenshot, and then it auto copies it to my clipboard so I can easily paste it. CleanShot X also puts the snapped screenshot in an overlay so I can discard, save, edit, or upload it to CleanShot Cloud. CleanShot X also includes a robust screen recording tool with powerful editing features. Overall, it’s just one of the apps on my Mac that I wouldn’t want to live without.

Users can choose between two payment methods with the app: They can make a onetime purchase of $29 including one year of free updates to CleanShot X (with optional renewal at $19/year) or pay $8 monthly and have the app + Cloud Pro, which gives access to the Mac app for all users, all updates, unlimited cloud storage, custom domain and branding, as well as advanced cloud features.

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