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It’s a huge pain having to constantly juggle multiple windows and apps to get the information I need to reference for the task at hand. Whether on a tiny MacBook Air or a spacious two-monitor desktop setup, I often have to rapidly switch from text editor to App Store to any of a dozen browser tabs while I work on an article.

With ScreenFloat those days are now largely behind me, as I can float screenshots of the pertinent information atop other windows. It’s easy to use, surprisingly versatile, and a huge time saver. And it lives right in my menubar (although there’s also an option to show the Dock icon instead, if you’re out of menubar space).
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Winners Announced

I’m excited to let you know that the ten lucky winners have been chosen! Licenses will be on the way shortly to the following readers:

  1. Adrusi
  2. Sérgio Miranda
  3. Derek Jensen
  4. Adam Everett
  5. MJ
  6. Tavy
  7. Jonathan Griffiths
  8. sh0ebox
  9. Synnøve
  10. DavidKotaev

Old Announcement

After reviewing ScreenFloat earlier last week, the developers have been kind enough to offer ten free licenses for us to distribute to a few lucky readers!

ScreenFloat is a simple piece of software that can help you take screenshots and keep them on top of any other window. It is good for any type of work that requires you to go back between two windows to copy the content of one to the other. Entering the competition is easy, and requires two steps:

1. Like Mac.AppStorm on Facebook

This is as simple as clicking this little box, and means that you’ll also receive our updates and content on Facebook in the future!

2. Leave a Comment With Your Facebook URL

The next step is to leave a comment on this post with a link to your Facebook profile page. That’s it!

The competition will run for one week, and I’ll be selecting the ten winning entrants after Thursday April 28th. Best of luck, and be sure to check out our review of ScreenFloat for more information about the prize on offer.

Do you often find yourself switching back and forth between windows just to check back on a particular piece of information? Do you want to be reminded of something that you’d like to do by keeping an image of it handy? Well, this and other problems could be easily fixed with an app, right?

The app that we are reviewing today is called ScreenFloat, and it is meant to bring new functionality to screenshots by making them visible at all time. Keep on reading to find out more about it!

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