Simple, unobtrusive and smooth-running utility for designers
It is worth mentioning that Schnapps works seamlessly with files created using Sketch or Adobe Photoshop and that it is also capable to capture changes in JPG files as well.
To use Schnapps you just have to drag and drop your file onto Schnapps’ status bar icon even before starting to work on your design.
Once loaded, Schnapps automatically detects changes every time you save your work from within the design tool of your choice.
Constantly checks for changes every time you save you work
All modifications are recorded by Schnapps with the help of multiple snapshots of your changing and evolving design.
You can use Schnapps to check previous versions of your work and decide which is the best looking design by comparing different iterations.
At the same time, Schnapps helps you check previously made modifications and changes that you have discarded and forgot about.
Easily skim through the time-lapse and preview the performed changes
Schnapps runs in your Mac’s status bar, from where you can easily access its menu and hove the mouse horizontally in order to view different versions of your work. You also have the option to add and remove files from the tracking list and pause, delete or reveal the source file in Finder via the contextual menu.
On top of that, Schnapps enables you to export the time-lapse video or animated gif and use the desire playback speed and letterbox color.
It goes without saying that Schnapps comes as a handy utility for designers that aim to improve the quality and functionality of a design. The Iterative design methodology uses a cyclic prototyping, analyzing and testing process that enables you to make essential adjustments based on all versions of your design.
Reviewed by George Popescu, last updated on October 20th, 2014
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Application descriptionHelps you create time-lapse videos of your designs and allows you to track changes.Drag a file before you start your d...