Here is an excerpt regarding IntoNow
"Up until the Olympics, I have not been a huge fan of IntoNow. Compared to some of the other players in the space, I found their content to be light and not terribly compelling. But that all changed when they introduced their CapIt feature just as the Olympics began. TechCrunch writes, "On the backend, CapIt works by capturing one image per second of pretty much all the moments that happen on screen, and then holds them for a week. That's more than 15 million images a day, according to [IntoNow founder, Adam] Cahan. So even if you're watching something on DVR, it will be able to match your image, as long as it's been over the past week."
I started playing with CapIt right off the bat, and even found I could "cap" scenes from the Olympics Opening Ceremonies, playing on my DVR, a week later (which means CapIt was actually running prior to IntoNow's July 30th announcement). But the real fun came as I was assembling this column, on Monday August 6th. I had the USA vs. Canada Women's Soccer match playing in the background and between attacks of apoplexy (anybody who watched the game will understand), I reached over to the iPad and hit the IntoNow CapIt button. And finally, at the end of the game, I got the perfect shot of Alex Morgan after she scored the winning goal. I captioned the pic and posted it on Facebook in a matter of seconds."