There are a multitude of screenshot utilities out there, but the nice thing with Puush is that it really only focuses on one thing: sharing screenshots. This is your kind of app if you’re the type of person that merely snaps a screenshot and immediately sends it to someone.
What Puush does is take a screenshot of the current window, your desktop, or a manually selected area of your desktop. It will then automatically upload the file to the Puush site, display a popup with the URL, and copy the link to your clipboard so that it can immediately be shared. What’s awesome is that the link you send out points directly to the screenshot rather than a page where the screenshot is just a small thumbnail.
So where do they make their money? The app requires that you sign up for a free account, and with that you get 200MB worth of storage. That amounts to a lot of screenshots, but the good news is that it’s extremely easy to clear out all of the screenshots you’ve taken to make room for new ones from the account management section on their site. For that reason most of you won’t have to worry about upgrading once you’ve hit the quota.
Puush Screenshots Homepage (Windows/Mac; Freeware)