Zoommy is professional-oriented magnifying software with rich features and flexible options. You can magnify up to 30x, measure the selected area and make its screenshot. It also has the unique Slow Mouse mode providing the best zooming experience
Version: 7.1Zoommy is a handy and feature-rich on-screen magnifier, making life easy for visually impaired PC users and enhancing working abilities of design professionals.
License: Free To Try $19.99
Operating System: Windows
Not only does it magnify the selected area up to 30x, but it can also measure it, take screenshots and show pixel color info.
Also it has the Slow Mouse mode providing the best zooming experience. The tool is delivered in a refined interface where every feature is at hand and available at one click.
With this tool you will be able to see each and every detail. Moreover, unlike similar software, Zoommy's magnifying glass works for both zoom in and zoom out, allowing zooming from -4x to 30x.
Thus, if you need to see a distant view of some large image, it will also be of help.
With Zoommy, you can quickly measure the size of the selected area in various units, including centimeters, inches, percent, etc.
Another feature is that you can copy an image from the lens window to clipboard and save it to a file, i.e. you can make screenshots of zoomed objects.
Zoommy also comes in handy when you need to know the color of some pixel. The pixel color is shown in RGB, CMYK, HSV, Lab and in two hexadecimal formats.
It can match the color of the pixel with one of the "Web colors" which is especially convenient in web design.
Zoommy is designed to provide users with maximum comfort and flexibility. The software has the unique Slow Mouse mode, allowing you to navigate with pinpoint accuracy.
The mode can be quickly turned on\off by a hotkey and stops any time you minimize the tool to system tray. What's more, for your convenience, the pointer in the lens window is shown in such a way that you can clearly see its actual position and easily point out the needed pixel.
You can adjust various settings, for example, change lens's size and position, fine-tune brightness, contrast and choose one of the following color modes: normal, inverse, black and white or gray gradation