Screenshot Path

All your screenshots in one place.

By default macOS saves screenshots to the user’s desktop. This is handy for the occasional screenshot but those looking to take dozens or hundreds of screenshots will want to use Screenshot Path to set up a custom destination and avoid cluttering up the desktop.

With one click you can create a default folder for your screenshots. It will be located in your home folder and your dock for easy access. You can also chose your own folder.

Customer Reviews

"Wow! Amazing solution for me. I do not want to keep lot of screenshots on my desktop. I know there are special commands in terminal and you can change the default location. With this grat app there is no need for complicated and dangerous bash commands. Sve your screenshots whereever you want without any problems. Well done guys!"

ZalupskiVasil

"Works Fab in Yosemite. I used it to move the Screen Shot path to , will do that on my other machines as well. A unified Screen Shot folder, cool!"

Planetary-Paul

"I'm a screenshot maniac. I use hundreds a month, all in a hurry. Digging them out of my overcrowded desktop was always a frustrating nightmare. Now, with Screenshot Path, its a snap. Support was super and lightning-fast when I had problems installing a second copy on another Mac on a Sunday afternoon. Major kudos."

Joypebble

"Many thanks for this great little program! It's very useful for me to bundle my screenshots in a folder on the desktop - it works without problems on 10.9.2 and is easy to use. Danke!"

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Version:
1.2.2
Requires:
OS X 10.6.8+
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