In a nutshell, TinyGrab allows users to take screenshots and share them with friends or clients through social networks such as Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr and Flickr. The selling point is that it’s fast and reliable.
The original version of TinyGrab was launched in 2009, but due to a rather malicious attack on one of their servers, the company was forced to launch TinyGrab 2.0 prematurely. Most of the issues caused by this have been ironed out. TinyGrab 2.0 has been tweaked, polished and now offers several new features and a general improvement on the service.
Some of the new features you can expect to see include:
In addition, a new developer API has been launched, allowing third party developers to integrate their applications and plugins with TinyGrab.
“It will be interesting to see what the TinyGrab development community will be able to make with the tools that we’re going to release. We’re certainly excited by the prospect,” says TinyGrab founder, Chris Leydon.