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Any app like this that requires you to use Facebook before you can do anything is garbage.
Mickey Mark on Jul 15, 2012 for ScreenChomp
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Do not work the facebook registration
I had tried to connect to share the work using my FB account and all the times it reject to connect Do not work it
anasofia is on Jul 14, 2012 for ScreenChomp
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Recorded fine but unable to share
I was able to record fine, but I get multiple errors when trying to share. The app only provides sharing through the developer and facebook (where it wants to read your personal information). No saving to internal video even. It appears the company has many problems with sharing errors that seem to persist month to month.
G_D_B on Jul 14, 2012 for ScreenChomp
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Not done yet, please finish
I had hoped to use this app for screen casting high school problems or focused instruction from home but it does not provide enough writing/working space. Very few concepts can be explained in as little space as is provided. This could be improved by the addition of a screen scrolling feature. I will have to pass on this one and so will most educators at the high school level.
Daniel Dougherty on Jul 12, 2012 for ScreenChomp
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Screen Chomp Rocks
This app is great, I use it to educate my staff on technical issues where text alone doesn't work. I plan to use it when teaching as well.
mEMS Matt on Jul 9, 2012 for ScreenChomp
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Portrait vs. landscape
When loading from camera library, thumbnail indicates portrait orientation. When trying to draw, I cannot rotate and work on it in portrait mode. Either it is zoomed in so the width of the pic is same as screen, or I must zoom out - and not use the full screen. This has made working with my portrait screenshots so frustrating that I cannot adequately evaluate its capabilities.
PuzlFan on Jun 28, 2012 for ScreenChomp
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