Tag Archive: ScreenShots

How to capture and edit long screenshots on your Android phone

Taking a photo on Android is quite simple. On most phones, all you have to do is hold the Volume down and Power buttons for a second. That’s it.

But a select number of handsets like OnePlus devices or Samsung and Huawei phones offer an extra option – the ability to take scrolling or long screenshots.

Fortunately, even if you don’t have a phone which supports this option, you can still capture a long screenshot with your Android device. How?  [Read More…]

How to take screenshots in Android P

Here’s everything you need to know about screenshots in Android P!

Android P brings a lot of new features and changes to our favorite mobile OS, and one of the most basic elements of Android — taking screenshots — hasn’t been left out.

Google’s vastly improved the screenshot-taking and editing experience in Android P compared to past versions, and today, I’m going to walk you through all the changes to keep an eye out for.

Without further  [Read More…]

How to share screenshots from your Lenovo Mirage Solo

If it looks stupid but it works, it’s still kinda stupid.

While game achievements exist, not every game supports them. And when things are going wrong on your device, sharing a screenshot is the easiest way to get it resolved. Unfortunately, your options are a bit… limited if you’re using the Lenovo Mirage Solo.

Here’s how to share screenshots from the Lenovo Mirage Solo!

What doesn’t work

Most Android devices take a screenshot the same  [Read More…]

How to share Oculus Go screenshots and video recordings without using Facebook

Looking to share Oculus Go experiences but don’t want to use Facebook? Here’s how!

So many of us now know that the Oculus Go is a fantastic little piece of stand-alone virtual reality hardware. You don’t need a computer and you don’t need a phone. It’s a portable and closed environment and that’s great!

But it you have taken a bunch of screenshots and you want to share them with your friends, you don’t have a ton  [Read More…]

Google’s elusive Fuchsia OS revealed in screenshots

Google has been quietly working on a new operating system dubbed Fuchsia for some time now. A few months ago, Fuchsia existed only as a mere command line, but fast forward to the present moment and we find things have evolved quite a lot. A new report reveals Google has continued to evolve Fuchsia which […]

BlackBerry’s Notable app lets you quickly annotate screenshots

BlackBerry may not be making its smartphones anymore, but it’s still producing productivity-focused apps.

To help extend the excitement of the forthcoming BlackBerry Mercury, the company has launched BlackBerry Notable for BlackBerry Hub+ users. The app allows you to annotate screenshots before opening them up in other applications, or you can start with a blank canvas. You can draw, add text, and make collages. It’s a fairly simplistic app that looks and functions a bit like Google  [Read More…]

Some Pixel phones unable to display iPhone 7 Plus screenshots properly

The Google Pixel and Pixel XL have been hailed as some of the best smartphones in 2016. However, the phones have been plagued with a few issues. For example, some owners have been complaining their phones have problems with LTE band 4 connectivity. You’ve probably also heard of the camera flare issue, which Google said

How to easily take screenshots on Marshmallow devices

Let’s face it – taking screenshots on Android phones has never been the easiest thing to do. Pressing power button and lower volume button together may not sound like a big deal for some, but many users find it quite tricky and end up capturing lower volume button options in the screen grab.

Google has solved this problem in devices running Marshmallow and up, as Now on Tap allows you to take a screenshot by simply tapping the home button. All you have to do is,  [Read More…]

Android screenshots just got a whole lot easier, for some

Folks love sharing them some screenshots. And Google’s just rolled out a new way to take them and share them, but with a few caveats.

Apple Music for Android supposedly shown off in leaked screenshots

We may now have our first look at Apple Music on Android. While Apple originally announced that the service would be coming to Android at some point this fall, they’ve been quiet since then. Now, German site Mobilegeeks seems to have gotten its hands on a beta of the upcoming Android app.

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