Are you fond of taking screenshots? I know I am, now imagine sending about 20 screenshots to a friend while making sure that it’s sent in the exact order. Samsung knows how frustrating this can be and they included a feature where one can take screenshots and then send it as one big image file. Don’t understand? See a sample below.
However, there is good news for those who don’t own a Galaxy device! You can still enjoy a scrolling screenshot feature thanks to this app. Meet Stitch & Share an app that will ensure you stitch all screenshots into one long screenshot.
How does it work?
Install the app and ensure it is running in the background. Take your initial screenshot, then scroll down and take the second screenshot. However, ensure the bottom of the first screenshot is overlapping with the new screenshot(see the image), do this until you are done.
Once you are done, you will get a notification that the screenshots have been stitched together, just tap to open. Do note that if you didn’t get a notification you can still open the stitch and share app to add your screenshots.
Asides stitching your screenshots, you can also add annotations and black out any information you don’t want the other party to see. Once you are done, tap on the share button and your screenshot will be ready to share and save.
I love this feature and if you are a screenshot king/queen, you will too.
To install, click here