For one reason or another, we’ve all met on one occasion taking repeated screenshots of one conversation and then passing them on to the other person. If the conversation is very long, the task is hell for you, the captor, and the poor person in charge of reading the result.
Luckily, there is an application for it. Its name is LongScreenshot and allows you to do just that, vertical screenshots that automatically join together creating a single, elongated image, easier to share and read. You can use it to capture any scrolling windows, such as chat conversations, web pages or … whatever you want.
You move the screen and the application does the rest
The best thing about LongScreenshot is that you really do not need to do anything out of this world to create your elongated screenshot. After installing and opening the application, you need to accept the recording permission of the screen and press the + button to activate the floating button.
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Press the floating button to start recording and start scrolling the screen. Try not to do it too fast or too slowly, and follow a single direction to get the best results. When you are finished, press the floating button again so that the application generates the elongated image for you.
The result depends on how your scrolling session is and how complicated the interface of the application you are capturing is. For example, if the window does not stop animating by hiding buttons or menus, you are more likely to notice splices in the capture. You’ll probably need a couple of attempts to create the winning screenshot.
- Android version: from 5.0
- Developer: huhexiang
- Download it on: Google Play
- Price: Free
- Category: Tools