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Create Gradient Backgrounds for Your Screenshots with Supershots

During our day-to-day utilization of our gadgets, we often take a screenshot of things that we need to remember or keep. These can be very helpful in grabbing some important details that may be useful for presentations, instruction manuals, or simple documentation. Whatever purpose it may be, having a screen grab tool is important and is something that we should not take for granted.

Of course, taking a simple screenshot of a page is somewhat dull. A bare screenshot needs a little editing to look cool and presentable. Some may use a screenshot in presenting a certain business while others may use it to show their projects off, and making a screenshot appealing is a must. However, it takes some time, effort, and skill to edit into a better photo. This is where Superblog comes in with their app called Supershots.

Simple gradient backgrounds

Supershots is a tool that allows you to create beautiful screenshots without the struggle of editing the screenshot you want to post. It only takes a snap to generate your screenshots with a gradient background. What’s also great about this app is that it’s totally free and without ads. 

All you need to do is go to the Supershots app, upload the screenshot you want, choose the gradient background you like, and pick the orientation you need. You will see the photo in the preview section live as you change your options. After that, simply download the photo to share on social media and you’re done.

Right now, there are a total of 20 gradient colors to choose from. You can either choose the gradient colors you want or let the system choose for you by picking the option “Random Color”. While it seems like a simple app, it definitely adds a bit of flair to your photo, especially if you want to share it on social media. At the moment, Supershots is only available for desktop, but it’s probably a matter of time before the app becomes available on smartphones as well.  

Photo credits: The feature image contains a screenshot taken by Danielle Ordonez for TechAcute and the background has been generated with Supershots.

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Leslie Ann Condes
Tech Journalist