Whip2Snap for Screenshot Capture Now Available
There are many apps to take screenshots of out devices screens. But none of them are nearly as fun as this little program made by XDA member eried. In essence, this app will do exactly what its name suggests. By using the accelerometer built in many of our devices, the screen that you are on gets automatically saved as a picture file. On top of that, what better way of letting someone know that you are whipping your device (and not simply flicking your wrist) than by adding a whip crack sound to it? Just be careful and make sure that you hold on to your devices.
Requirements: HTC Touch Diamond, Diamond2, Pro, Pro 2, HD, HD2 or Samsung OMNIA i900
Take anything you see in your screen just whipping your device.
- Storage Card support
- Customizable behaviour (single/multiple screenshots, with/without confirmation)
- Cool “whip” sound effect
- Multiple image format supported as output (png, jpeg, gif and bmp)
You can find more information in the application thread.
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