Draw a line, circle an important element, and point to something that should be obvious, but it’s apparently not because you’re searching for a pointer. Square your designs with the square tool, and draw everyone a picture of what you really mean to say.
Can you state your case better than to draw on images? Hell no. One picture is worth a thousand words, but drawing on images is worth 1.3 million more. Avoid unnecessary conversations with our effortless app for drawing on photos. Show them exactly what they’re looking for.
“There it is, dummy. Right there. See? Still nothing. Oh, OK! Let me draw this one for you.”
Maybe it’s not just that one guy. And if one person doesn’t understand the grand masterplan, you can bet your house that more people have the same problem. You know, humans are very much alike when it comes to ruining your day. Worry not. Your ideas are just so grand that mere mortal needs a little nudge in the right direction to comprehend the divinity of your design. That’s right. Mmhm. We’re not messing around.
Draw pointers, circles, square, or just cross off unimportant stuff with the tool No. 2
Don’t ever leave your browser to draw on images. Never download anything except your images with your cool pointers, squares, and drawings- and only if you want to save it on your drive. Feel free to drop your tribe a link with your drawings on images, because why not? Links are way more convenient when you need to share fast information.
Maybe you don't want to know what's the difference between a JPG and a PNG. We get you. What's the difference between an image, a photo, and a picture? Who cares.A good rule of thumb is that if your computer preview can open the image, you can send it our way without thinking twice. Upload your Images photos, pictures, and photographs in any format- JPG, JPEG, PNG, SVG- and start drawing with the tool No.2. Hell, we’ll even take a painting if you have it digitally on your computer.
Upload any format to draw on your image.
The main reason why your mom still has you on speed-dial for computer-related catastrophes is because of Microsoft’s weak product guides. Cambridge scientists discovered that your mom’s computer would be fixed once and for all if big tech companies included images with their product guides. True story. Imagine a world where all parents know how to use a PC. Instead of getting a word soup, you actually get a real guide with images, pointers, and all the goodies that will help you set up the wireless connection. If you’re working at a young startup and want to help users understand your product’s potential, then don’t be like Microsoft- draw on images with Good Annotations.
Sometimes we need a triple shot of espresso and the college graduation deadline to start paying attention. You know, those days. Drawing attention with a big red pointer guiding at that invaluable piece of information in a big red circle will save you the trouble of having to rely on someone paying attention to what you’re trying to say in your images. Create dummy-proof feedback, and stay assured that everyone is getting exactly where you’re coming from. Never miss single important information by drawing it out with pointers and circles, oh yeah, squares as well. You can be cool and square stuff too.
But don't circle and square the same element. That’d be weird.
You will never be able to unleash your fabulous digital creations into the world if you’re constantly distracted. When the next big thing pops up in your Chrome browser, but you’re still in the middle of the first big thing, snap a quick screenshot and draw a pointer and a circle the important stuff that guarantees to jog your memory later on. Otherwise, you won’t finish much.
We don’t have $3.99 widgets and will never tease you with paid stickers. You don’t have to feel like your work is not enough if you don’t pay us out. You’re awesome and your product designs are dope! Here, for you, this is all for free. Draw on as many images as you want! No fine print, and no we-just-want-to-see-your-credit-card demands. Good Annotations is 100% free. Although, we might charge some other stuff in the future. We’re developing premium accounts for teamwork, joint photo editing, and organizing libraries.
Now, is that cool or what?
If you have a photo, image or screenshot sitting on your computer you can upload it to Good Annotations through our editor. Its super easy and takes seconds to do.
Once you have uploaded your image you can use any of our online tools to edit or add elements to the image.
We've worked hard to make our tools & features all online and based within your browser. This means you do not need to install any applications on your laptop or computer.
We thought you might like this as it means we didnt build yet another app you have to install, you can just come back to us when you need us.
We did build a Chrome extension that you can install if you like. It lets you take screenshots in one click.
Good Annotations is currently a completely free and online tool. We dont ask for your credit card details or your email address to use our tool!
This may change in the future but don't worry as there will always be a free version of Good Annotations, payments will only be required if you are seeking to use a premium feature we haven't built yet (for example a team account).
If you have any features you think are missing in Good Annotations, feel free to reach out!
You can make screenshots look great in just 2 clicks and you can add helpful annotations too. Useful for giving design feedback or guiding your users. A great tool to keep aside & use regularly
Image annotation apps give you tools for annotating images. Good Annotations gives you a workflow for capturing, annotating, and sharing screenshots or other images.