Snip from Microsoft: the new Windows screenshoter
Microsoft released a new app for Windows Snip. Now it’s just a beta version, but the app may still be of interest to you, especially if you often have to take screenshots of the screen. In addition to taking screen shots of the tool allows you to take handwritten notes, record over screenshots, voice notes and share them with others.
Snip runs in the top of the screen (can be moved to any other area) in the form of small, barely visible panels with a few buttons to start the main functions: crop and edit the screenshots (in fact it is the evolution of built-in function «Scissors»), clean sheet (which you are free to take notes), capture image from camera (if available), and finally a small icon to access the library of saved screenshots.
As mentioned, Microsoft Snip also provides the ability to record audio directly in the screenshots, converting them into media files (saved in .mp4), which can then be inserted on the pages of forums, social networking websites or mix.office.com.
The app also supports sending via e-mail by clicking the command will automatically open the mail client by default with a built-in as an attachment with a screen shot.
Microsoft Snip here.