So, this is going to be a fun ride, stay with me because I’m not messing around. Many people don’t actually know how to take a long screenshot in their phone, now if you know then this article is not for you, you may enjoy your exciting life and watch Netflix and stuff.
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How to Take a Screenshot on Android? Well, we all know that in any Android smartphone one can take a screenshot by pressing the power button and volume rocker together. But how do you take a scrolling screenshot of an entire webpage? Some tech company realises this issue, company like Samsung, OnePlus, Vivo, Xiaomi etc. Their smartphones mostly have a built-in feature to take a scrolling screenshot but not on all devices. We have no idea why.
How to Take a Screenshot on Android?
No problem, we have a solution for this problem.
1. Long shot for long screen
[appbox googleplay com.leavjenn.longshot screenshots]
As the name suggests, the app can take a longer screenshot in no time. Install the application by going to the given link.
Step 1: Give permission.
Step 2: Select your preference by opening the app eg. Auto-scroll, speed mode.
Step 3: Give permission to draw over another app.
Step 4: Click on ‘Start now’.
Step 5: Click on the green button ‘Start’ and start scrolling.
Step 6: Once done the page, simply stop it.
The app also gives a feature to adjust the screenshot properly, so if you have missed something it can also get corrected here. Once you’re done with the adjustment, simply click on save. In my use, I have found the app working fine except I had to open the app every time I wanted to take a long screenshot, which is annoying to be correct but that’s all right.
2. Stitch & Share: Big screenshot
[appbox googleplay com.glitch.stitchandshare screenshots]
The stitch and share is also an identical app like ‘Long shot for long screen’ but let’s just not say it’s a very basic app for now. It has a good UI and the app works quite fast, setup is quite easy. Just give different permission such as storage and draw over other apps. That’s it you’re good to go.
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Well, not quite. The only problem with the app is you have to open it again and again for the number of screenshots that you take. It seems this app opening conundrum is not going to resolve unless the manufacture intently put the feature in the UI and to be honest, I can’t see that feature getting introduced any soon in budget segment devices. Let’s hope for good. That’s all for this guys stay tuned for the next update.