Captur is a simple Menu Bar interface for Mac OS X screencapture command.

  • snapshots your screen in many way such as full screen, window, widget, selection etc.
  • change a different file format for various file size
  • customize file name with date and time options

Download Captur 2.2 (for Mac OS X 10.6)
32 bit and 64 bit package


History :

Version 3.2
- macOS Sierra update
- bug fix

Version 3.0
- For Mac OS X 10.10 or later 
- Retina Display Support
- Captur is now Sandbox'ed

Version 2.4
- For Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite 
- Build and replace deprecated code under Xcode 6.1
- Dark Mode Support

Version 2.3
- Fix capture on OS X Lion fullscreen window mode

Version 2.3b
- OS X Lion Support
- Add Italian Translation (Omar D. Molteni)

Version 2.2
- New Menu Interface 
- Add Start at login options
- Add gif and bmp file support
- Fix German and French Translation (thanks to Yves Kaiser)

Version 2.0
- Add countdown when timed capturing to the menubar
- Add new preview interface (action for captured image)
- Add preferences options (Capture the cursor and shadow of the window)
- Fix menubar and application icon
- Fix German and French Translation
- Remove quicklook (built in qlmanage) integration
- Remove pdf capture capabilities

Version 1.3.2
- Fix menubar icon
- Add German Translation (Yves Kaiser)

Version 1.3.1
- Add tooltip for menubar icon
- Add French Translation (Yves Kaiser)

Version 1.3
- Fixed file name with space support
- Add custom save location
- Add customize placing for date and time formats 
- Add with No Sound option

Version 1.2
- Fixed quicklook still appear when capturing is canceled
- Fixed timed fullscreen beep for 5 seconds

Version 1.1
- Fixed file naming when date and time is not checked.
- Add quick look after capture.

This is a free native cocoa application. Enjoy.

In case you wonder what the application do, just open the terminal and type 'screencapture --help'.
This is just a menu bar interface for this built-in command. :)


Haerul Rijal


  1. Any chance you could add the iterator value as a Variable so we can define the entire file name ex: File-Name-$i or something.


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  3. can you add retina menubar icon please? love this app thank you!

  4. Any chance you could have option in preference to 1. no dialog box to confirm when you click the discard button instead close the window 2. when you click save, it should auto save to the path you have chosen in preference and close the window.

  5. The only feature this is missing is copying to the clipboard. Such a pain in the ass to drag and drop my screenshot from the desktop into an email/messenger/word/etc etc. Once a screenshot is taken I should be able to just paste it Cmd+V like the snipping tool does on windows.

    Also, disabling the preview would be nice. Tired of closing it every time.

  6. +1 please automatic copy to clipboard after capture, it's essential or at least desirable as an option in preferences, eliminating need to "Edit in Preview" and CMD+C :)

    Also programmable shortcuts to save time would be a huge benefit.

    I understand now the Discard message, since captures are automatically saved this is a way to delete the file there after.
    When pressing ESC it closes the preview nicely, perhaps automatic saving could be a preference setting.

    Many thanks for releasing it FREE!

  7. Add another +1 for autocopy to the clipboard. Captur is by far the best screenshot utility I've found for OS X, so thank you for keeping it free!

  8. I absolutely love this tool. However, I upgraded to macOS Sierra today and the selection and window options stopped working. I hope that you are planning an update soon!

  9. Yep, I ran into the same thing - as soon as I updated to Sierra, this utility broke. Bummer, it was really handy for the testing work that I do. Hope to see an update soon.

  10. Yep, broken in Sierra. Update soon?

  11. Captur 2.4 works in Sierra - a workaround until Captur 3.0 is fixed.

  12. Hi there. Love this tool - simple and just works. However, I think a key feature was lost in the latest update. Prior to 3.2, whenever I did a Captur it would automatically be in the clipboard ready for pasting regardless if I saved it or not. Which is critical for 2 reasons: 1) I don't want a permanent copy of most of my capturs and 2) I don't have to save it and/or open it in another app just to get a copy into my clipboard...