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Google Chrome will soon let you capture and edit screenshots

Google Chrome has been on a roll with new features lately, such as the new Android app widgets, easier password access on mobile, and an in-progress search side panel. Google added the ability to capture screenshots in Chrome for Android with the recent Chrome 94 update, but for the moment, there's no screenshot tool for...

How to take Scrolling Screenshots on your Android smartphone

All of us take screenshots on a regular basis. Be it on our smartphones or computers, screenshots have become really easy to take. More often than not, you just have to press a button or two to capture a screenshot on whatever device you're using. Depending on what you're taking a screenshot of, you may...

XDA Basics: How to take a Screenshot or Record your phone screen on Android

Are you not sure how to take a screenshot on Android? Android phones and tablets offer a number of ways to take screenshots, and if none of them work, you can always use an app to capture your Android phone’s screen. In this guide, we’ll talk about all the different ways you can take a...

XDA Basics: How to take Scrolling Screenshots on an iPhone

If you want to save the contents of the screen on your device, taking a screenshot is one of the best and easiest options. However, if the content is spread across multiple lines or sections vertically, like this article, for example, you'll have to take multiple screenshots to capture the entire information. This is where...

XDA Basics: How to take a Screenshot on Samsung Galaxy Phones

Screenshots are something we all take on a regular basis on our smartphones and computers. It's a handy way of sharing the content on your screen or just saving it locally for future reference. There are several ways of taking a screenshot and while some are generic and universal, a few methods can be unique...

XDA Basics: How to take a Screenshot on Windows, using inbuilt tools and external apps

If you need to capture some information that's on your computer screen and store it for later use, taking a screenshot is one of the best options. Whether it's your favorite meme on Twitter or physics notes from your online class, taking a screenshot can be handy a lot of times. If you're new to...

XDA Basics: How to take a Screenshot on macOS, using keyboard shortcuts, apps, and more!

Taking a screenshot is a necessary task on just about any device you use for work or play. Most users are well aware of how to take a screenshot on the most popular mobile phones. However, if you recently switched to Mac from Windows, you might be wondering how to take a screenshot on your...

Google is working on scrolling screenshot support for Chrome on Android

Android has had native screenshot functionality since its very early days. For the most part, this functionality has not seen any major changes, with the idea still remaining fairly simple. Press the volume down and power button at the same time, and take a screenshot on any app on any page (except on apps that...

Android 11 tests letting you take screenshots of floating bubble messages

Google introduced Bubbles last year with the second Android Q beta. The feature would allow users to view notifications and conversations from messaging apps in the form of floating overlays, pretty much like the Facebook Messenger's chat heads. It wasn't formally announced with the stable release of Android 10 but hidden in the developer options....

How to enable higher quality screenshots on the OnePlus 6/5T/5 [Root]

The OnePlus 6 is certainly a stellar device, but it's not perfect. One minor issue with its software, known as OxygenOS, is that screenshots are saved in the compressed JPEG format, rather than the Android-default PNG. It's nice for saving space, but especially in scrolling screenshots, there can be a big drop off in quality....

Android P DP2’s updated screenshot editor with annotation and delete button ported to older Android versions

It's been a big week for the Android community as Google has just wrapped up their annual developer festival at the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California. Over the last three days we have learned about new technologies that the company is working on, some new features headed to Google apps and services, and have been...

Screenshot Assistant lets you Take, Crop, and Share Screenshots from the Home Button

For those of you who frequently take and share screenshots on our forums or on social media, you may find that the default action taken after taking a screenshot is limited. This is true for users on stock, or close to stock, software such as on the Google Pixel and Pixel XL. In a previous...