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Yay, TechSmith!
So glad to see this app from TechSmith. I'm a Snagit and Jing fan and know how user-friendly their products are. So far, this one is as great as I've come to expect from he company. Thanks!
RGMSmich on Jul 26, 2011 for ScreenChomp
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Great way to share teaching and ideas
TechSmith has a great product with ScreenChomp. It makes teaching and learning portable and fun at the same time.
Ronin_ on Jul 26, 2011 for ScreenChomp
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Another quality TechSmith product
This is a company that nails it each time. This is the best whiteboard recording tool I've used on the iPad. My only regret is the branding is a bit juvenile. I plan to use in some of my college courses - and I'm not sure what the students will think.
jra3 on Jul 26, 2011 for ScreenChomp
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Grandma will love it!
I'm recording the kids drawing to send to Grandma. Priceless! Digital archive, love it! Thank you TechSmith! I love all your products!
iPaduzer on Jul 26, 2011 for ScreenChomp
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Fabulous!
This app seems to fill a need no one else has addressed - the ability to capture screen video of handwriting on the iPad. This will make delivery of online content seamless to achieve. Thanks to the makers of Jing and Camtasia for bringing screen video to the iPad!
Falalalalalalala on Jul 26, 2011 for ScreenChomp
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Must-have app
What a great app! I am a long-time Jing and Camtasia user and this brings some of those great features to the iPad. TechSmith, you have done it again with another great tool for educators. I can't wait to get my students to try making their own screen chomps.
muttendo on Jul 26, 2011 for ScreenChomp
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