How To Take Full Page Screenshots on Android

In earlier days, socializing was reading newspapers together and pondering on world events. Today, it’s sharing screengrabs of each others’ chats from either WhatsApp or other social media platform. Manufacturers have enabled different ways through which one can take screenshots on their phones. They have also gotten creative over time – now you can scribble or doodle on them to make it more effective in communicating (or gossiping, whatever you’d like to call it!)

Back in 2015, Samsung introduced scrolling screenshots that captured the entire page by tapping on a down arrow. It was a feature that everyone desired to have in their phones. Today, Samsung continues to provide this feature in their flagship phones and OnePlus has adapted it. But what about other manufacturers? This tutorial aims to give you a way to take scrolling screengrabs with the help of an app.

How To Take Full Page Screenshots on Android

On A Samsung Device

Step 1: Open a browser or an article whose screenshot you want to take.

Step 2: Press volume down and power button at the same time to take the screenshot.

Step 3: Once you’ve captured the contents of the screen, you’ll see a barrage of options.

Step 4: Tap on the down arrow until everything you want in a screengrab is captured.

Step 5: You can even scribble on the long screenshot.

On A OnePlus Device

Step 1: Open a long article to capture.

Step 2: Press volume down and power button at the same time to take the screenshot or swipe down with three fingers.

Step 3: Once you’ve captured the contents of the screen, you’ll see a barrage of options.

Step 4: Tap on the Expanded Screenshot option.

Step 5: The screen will be captured until you stop it.

On Other Devices

As there are no built-in options to capture a long article, you can use an app called Stitchcraft.

Step 1: Open the app.

Step 2: Tap on the pink button with a plus.

Step 3: Click on Take a new screenshot.

Step 4: Tap on the Expanded Screenshot option.

Step 5: You’ll be told that the app will start capturing everything that’s on the screen. Click on Don’t show again > Start now.

STEP 6: Switch to the app where you want to take a screengrab.

STEP 7: Press on the black plus button and make sure to stitch the screenshot accurately.

STEP 8: You can even manually attach screenshots by clicking on Manually after clicking on the pink + button.

 

The app we used is a free version. If you really take plenty of screenshots in a day, go for the ad-free version, which costs around ₹65. Let us know in the comments below any other app of your preference.


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