Screenshot Pro 2 (Android) - Free @ Google Play
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Screenshot Pro 2 (Android) - Free @ Google Play

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Found 31st Dec 2017
The times are over, where you had to trigger complicated key combinations just to take a screenshot. With Screenshot Pro you can take screenshots with just 1 click and share them with any app. Screenshot Pro is hided to the notification bar, once it is launched. That means it is always and everywhere accessible, no matter on which screens you are. By clicking on the icon's buttons you can take screenshots and share them or close Screenshot Pro. All screenshots are stored in the gallery.

That's all! It is as easy as that!

• Screenshots with just one click
• Crop screenshots
• Share screenshots
• Always and everywhere accessible
• Shortcut in quick settings (for Android 7.0 and larger)
• Floating icon
• Autostart after boot of device
• Delete status bar from screenshots
• Choose default action after screenshot taken

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Unless Sony are the only phones where it's easy to take and edit screenshots (doubtful) why would anyone need this?
mattclarkie1 m ago

Unless Sony are the only phones where it's easy to take and edit …Unless Sony are the only phones where it's easy to take and edit screenshots (doubtful) why would anyone need this?


More for the users who arent on newer versions of android, there are still a lot of people on older versions. But you are right you wouldnt need this for a newer phone.

Doesnt hurt to click install and cancel though does it....
A problem designed by a company with a solution
Its a nightmare taking a ss on an s8
Lucifer_UK1 m ago

Its a nightmare taking a ss on an s8


Have you tried the Samsung tablet "swipe across the screen with your hand from the right"?.... If there's any reason to throw your tablet across the room that's it.
Edited by: "umirza85" 31st Dec 2017
mattclarkie24 m ago

Unless Sony are the only phones where it's easy to take and edit …Unless Sony are the only phones where it's easy to take and edit screenshots (doubtful) why would anyone need this?

i'm finding more and more websites and apps are disabling screengrabs using the built in android tool - i assume theydo this for 'privacy' but it can be a real pita. If this overrides that then this could be useful.
umirza8523 m ago

More for the users who arent on newer versions of android, there are still …More for the users who arent on newer versions of android, there are still a lot of people on older versions. But you are right you wouldnt need this for a newer phone.Doesnt hurt to click install and cancel though does it....


this will eat your phone memory and drain your battery as this has to stay awake all the time. pointless app
Power button + volume down has worked on any phone running Android I have ever had
"hided"??? What good England you speak....
I picked this up. Grabs the screenshot then you can crop straight away, and share without needing to go looking for the capture in your files. Heat for a useful app. btw I'm using a new Sony and still find a use for the simplicity of this app doesn't bash battery even though it does run all the time.
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Lucifer_UK51 m ago

Its a nightmare taking a ss on an s8


It's idiot simple on an S8 two buttons at opposite sides, what's difficult about that?
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speric0717 m ago

Power button + volume down has worked on any phone running Android I have …Power button + volume down has worked on any phone running Android I have ever had


Except HTC
3 swipe down on a lot of phones now.
I'm amazed that this app exists
jonpiercy133 m ago

I picked this up. Grabs the screenshot then you can crop straight away, …I picked this up. Grabs the screenshot then you can crop straight away, and share without needing to go looking for the capture in your files. Heat for a useful app. btw I'm using a new Sony and still find a use for the simplicity of this app doesn't bash battery even though it does run all the time.


Funny people complaining about battery life with this app.... Its negligible nowadays. Perhaps 4-5 years ago, but android is really good with app management now. Mostly just the "power users" trying to save every percent.....not worth the hassle
Regprentice3 h, 39 m ago

i'm finding more and more websites and apps are disabling screengrabs …i'm finding more and more websites and apps are disabling screengrabs using the built in android tool - i assume theydo this for 'privacy' but it can be a real pita. If this overrides that then this could be useful.


Marking an app with the secure flag does have this side effect but it's for a reason as you never know when the OS will capture a thumbnail for the task switcher.
deleted103252031st Dec 2017

Except HTC


My comment was limited to phones I have had.

Haven't had a HTC since the windows based HTC diamond!!
umirza8521 h, 6 m ago

Have you tried the Samsung tablet "swipe across the screen with your hand …Have you tried the Samsung tablet "swipe across the screen with your hand from the right"?.... If there's any reason to throw your tablet across the room that's it.


You need to swipe left to right
"hided".....
Great for rooted devices that use keymapping and dont have a screenshot feature
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