Taking a screenshot of your device is becoming simpler as time goes by. If you want to report a bug or simply have something funny you want to save, these applications are here to help. The software was released just recently by XDA member eried, and we are already looking at an update. This new way to save a screen shot is very simple and similar to shake and save except this time you just whip your device towards anything and presto, it is saved.
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 (custom destination and screenshot filename)
- Customizable behavior (single/multiple screenshots, with/without confirmation)
- Cool “whip” sound effect
- Multiple image format supported as output (png, jpeg, gif and bmp)
You can give this a go by visiting the application thread
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