Cross-platform Jing as a Chrome app

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Would you please consider re-doing Jing as a Chrome app, using webrtc screensharing APIs?

This would make it cross-platform, and allow using it on Chromebooks/Linux etc, with a single app to maintain.
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Logan S.

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Hey Marius,

That's a great idea. We are always looking at meeting the needs and wants of users in the future, so I'll be sure to pass this along! Thanks for the feedback.
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Well, it looks like we have some news for you :)

We're happy to announce our upcoming release of TechSmith Snagit for Chrome!


We'll add more information to this thread as it becomes available. 
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