But now, Screenshotter has set itself apart from most other screenshot management apps with the new features it has gained through its 2.0 update.
Screenshotter 2.0 notably adds integration with iCloud Drive, allowing you to keep your screenshots safe as well as organized. With iCloud Drive integration enabled, Screenshotter can back up your files and folders and sync them across your devices including your desktop computers.
Screenshotter 2.0 also includes the ability to rename folders.
Another notable new feature introduced in the new version of Screenshotter is support for deleting screenshots within the app and simultaneously removing them from the device’s camera roll. This feature is made possible by Apple’s more open Photos API in iOS 8, which has also allowed for the release of the screenshot deletion app Screeny.
The new version of Screenshotter also features native resolution support for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
Screenshotter was hailed as AppAdvice’s App of the Week following its launch last May.
While we’re talking screenshots, make sure to also check out #Homescreen. Recently given an AppAdvice App of the Week honorable mention, #Homescreen is an app that scans your device for a screenshot of your home screen and shares an interactive version of it.
See also: StreamNation 3.0 lets you access your music in addition to your photos and videos, Stacks 2.0 lets you convert currencies right within Safari and Notification Center in iOS 8, and Foursquare updates Swarm check-in app with interactive notifications in iOS 8.