Not only the TouchWiz, there are many features which make the Samsung Galaxy devices stand apart from any other Android device. Among the topmost Samsung smartphones the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, Galaxy S7 we have found out that both the phones have the ability to take scrolling screenshots. This facility will let you free from taking plenty of screenshots of your screen after that many numbers of scrolling as well.
If you love the scrolling screenshot but can’t find that feature in your Android phone because it is not Samsung then you don’t need to worry because there is an app which can make you able to take scrolling screenshots on any Android smartphone. Here is how you can do it.
How to take scrolling Screenshots on Any Android device
Step #1: Download the Stitch & Share app.
The Stitch & Share app has been developed by an independent developer and it has an ability to take scrolling screenshot on any Android device. So what you need to do first is to download the Stitch & Share app from Google Play Store or from here.
Step #2: Let the App take automatic scrolling screenshot
Once you finish the download of the app and load it the app will show you a quick tutorial on how you can also take scrolling screenshot. Allow the app to do all the tutorials. You will know that the app will take the screenshots as we do normally but then what it does differently is to stitch them together and create a long and single screenshot.
Step #3: Taking screenshots and stitching them manually
To stitch the screenshots you have already taken manually is very easy. Just load the Stitch and Share app and tap on the ‘+’ at the top right of your screen and select all the screenshots you have taken by scrolling and saved them in your image gallery.
You may keep on tapping the + icon until you added all the screenshots you want to stitch and then tap on the Share icon given at the bottom right of the screen. Here you can share this stitched screenshot on any social media as a single picture or you can also save it to your gallery as well.
That’s it! This is a very simple way to stitch all your screenshots. It will give you the ease of reading those long screen shots at a single go.