Flickr & WEBIMAGER – Screen capture and upload to flickr

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Flickr & WEBIMAGER not only can capture screen image and save to the local, but also can directly upload it to your Flickr album account (by using the Flickr API). And you can simply edit (cut, rotate, insert cursor, resize …) the pictures before uploading.

Flickr & WEBIMAGER is portable, free of charge, and easy to use. BTW, if you have one blog, it will be very practical for you.

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