Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) March 13, 2010
Crawler™, LLC, a leading developer of free software, announces the launch of IM ToolPack™ as a free application to easily share screenshots, photos and images through social networks, instant messages, emails, blogs and more for both consumer and business use. Unlike other screen capture or image editing programs, IM ToolPack not only gives users the ability to instantly create screenshots but also upload images and photos, annotate them and generate image links to post on social networking sites such as Facebook®, Twitter®, LinkedIn® and MySpace™. Instant messaging integration allows users to immediately send image links on their favorite instant messenger service including AIM®, Windows Live™ Messenger 2009, Yahoo!® Messenger, ICQ®, Google Talk™ and MSN® Messenger. Additionally, image links can be sent via email and posted on websites, blogs and forums.
Capturing full or partial screenshots is instantaneous using IM ToolPack's user-friendly snapshot functionality. Photo and image files can be uploaded quickly using the drag-and-drop feature or acquired directly from webcams and scanners. IM ToolPack images are stored online and can be accessed through the IM ToolPack website at http://www.imtoolpack.com. By accessing the stored images, users can resend links through social networks, instant messengers and emails, or copy and paste image URLs or embed codes into the html code for websites, blogs and forums.
Easy-to-use editing tools make IM ToolPack ideal for quick annotations, allowing the user to add text, draw on, highlight or crop the image. IM ToolPack also comes with optional anti-malware protection that scans incoming links in instant messages and emails helping to prevent computer and data infection. An integrated spell checker helps users improve their communication through instant messaging and emails. To view an example screenshot, visit the link: http://imtp.me/4l00005z
"As communication over the Internet continues to grow via social networking sites, instant messenger services, email, blogs, etc., we're providing the tools users need to communicate more effectively," according to Robert Oesterlund, CEO. "Free IM ToolPack simplifies communicating on the Internet while making it safer and clearer for both personal and business use."
IM Toolpack is free for home and business use and can be downloaded from the IM ToolPack website at http://www.imtoolpack.com. The software will also be available soon at most free download websites. IM ToolPack is easy to install and is currently compatible with Microsoft® Windows® XP, Windows Vista® (x64), or Windows® 7 (x64) operating systems running Internet Explorer® 6 or later browsers. For anti-malware protection, Web Security Guard™ with Crawler Toolbar must be installed and enabled.
About Crawler, LLC:
Crawler, LLC is a leading innovator of search technology and software applications focusing on rich, interactive experiences and safety for consumers and businesses. Crawler products are meticulously developed and are highly ranked by industry experts and users alike. The company is dedicated to the idea that everyone worldwide should have access to free software. Crawler, LLC is one of a family of companies in the Xacti™ Group. Xacti has a global mission to create and operate a diversified
Note to editors: Crawler, IM ToolPack, Web Security Guard and Xacti are trademarks of the Xacti Group. AIM is a registered trademark of AOL, Inc. Facebook is a registered trademark of Facebook, Inc. Google Talk is a trademark of Google, Inc. ICQ is a registered trademark of ICQ, LLC. LinkedIn is a registered trademark of LinkedIn Corporation. Internet Explorer, Microsoft, MSN, Windows, Windows Live and Windows Vista are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries. MySpace is a trademark of MySpace, Inc. Twitter is a registered trademark of Twitter, Inc. Yahoo! is a trademark and/or registered trademark of Yahoo! Inc. Other company or product names mentioned herein are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.