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While using your phone, you can always find interesting conversations and images that you want to share with friends. This is easy with 1 or 2 screenshots. However, what do you do if you want to send a friend a really long conversation, or a picture of an entire web page?
Instead of “attacking” your friends’ messages with dozens of screenshots, you can take a scroll of the screen and send it. Scrolling the screen captures a long image like many composite screenshots. Although it may seem difficult, this scrolling screen capture is easier to do than you think. It will save you time and energy.
Using built-in features on Android 12
Taking screenshots is one of the core features of any operating system, and Android is no exception. However, it was not until Android 12 version, Google’s mobile operating system began to support scrolling screenshots.
This is a simple but extremely useful feature when you want to record a long conversation, or the entire content of an entire web page into a single, screenshot, instead of having to Capture Android phone screen as many times as usual.
Starting with Android 12 Beta 3, you can take scrolling screenshots of most apps. Note that this feature does not currently work with web browsers, such as Google Chrome, but the issue will certainly be addressed in future updates.
To take a scrolling screenshot on an Android device running Android 12 or later, you’ll first need to be in an app that supports vertical scrolling to see what’s on the screen, such as YouTube. Next, simultaneously press the power (Power) and volume down buttons on the side of the device until you see the screen flicker.
Next, tap “Capture More” from the screenshot preview menu. If the app does not allow the scrolling screenshot feature, this “Capture More” button will not appear.
Android will automatically create a long vertical screenshot (scrolling screenshot). At the same time, you will be taken to an interface where you can crop the screenshot. Optionally select the area of the screenshot that you want to use.
Once you’ve made your selections, you can tap “Save” to save the screenshot, or the pencil icon to make further edits, such as drawing, annotating, or adding text on the screenshot. .
Use the app
Application LongShot for Long Screenshot
A great app for screen scrolling is LongShot for Long Screenshot. It is completely free and easy to use. When you open the app, you’ll see Select Images, Capture Web Page, and Capture Screenshot options.
With the option “Capture Screenshot“, the application will capture all the websites that you visit. As for the option “Capture Web Page“, you need to enter the URL of the web page you want to take a screenshot of.
After entering the site address, you can select the start and end points for the image you want to capture. Select the button “Set Start Position” to start and select “Ends Here and Capture” to finish and take a picture. The app will then show a preview of the image along with options share (share pictures) and new (new shot). When done, you can go to the gallery and view the captured images.
Stitch & Share Apps: Big Screenshot
Stitch & Share: Big Screenshot has more features than LongShot for Long Screenshot. In addition to having a beautiful design, it also allows you to crop and draw on images before sharing them with others. If you use the free version, you only have two colors to paint. To use more colors, you need to upgrade your account to Premium.
The application allows you to create straight lines to cut out any information from the captured image. However, its disadvantage is that it can only create horizontal lines and you can only draw on the captured image when stitching together previously captured images.
Once the images have been stitched together, you’ll see a brush icon on the top right with two default color choices, black and yellow. Black is suitable for deleting sensitive information, while yellow is used for highlighting information.
Stitch & Share allows you to combine multiple images, multiple screenshots into a single image. The app can stitch multiple GIFs together, but will display them as images. To take pictures of websites, select Automatic Capturing and open whatever page you want to capture.
Once the website is open, tap the floating button icon on the screen then slowly scroll the web page. A preview of the photo will appear in the top left corner of the screen. When done, press “Save” and the image will be automatically saved in your device’s gallery.
Screen scrolling is very helpful in saving your device space. It also saves you time viewing everything on one image without swiping over and over again.
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