Rooting will be required depending on model. Test your phone or check out developer's description. What's more this is the trial version which means that you will be able to take only 14 snapshots.
Some devices doesn't bring a built-in screenshot app or button. Other needs a combination of buttons (like Galaxy S). However, all of this isn't as intuitive as we would like or, at least, we cannot set it our way. Well, thanks to Screenshot UX you already can.
Screenshot UX brings three ways to take snapshot: by shaking your device, by placing a topmost camera button on your homescreen (that won't be hidden even when launching apps) or by tapping your statusbar. Besides the method, you can control lots of features: for example, set button size, where to place the button, set auto close timeout, screenshot delay, action after screenshot (like edit, view image, share image or none, which actually is just to save it), set image format (JPG or PNG), rotation fix, resize screenshot or save set folder.
What's more, if you choose edit after screenshot, you'll be able to draw, undo, redo, crop the image. Of course, you can share it using any of the sharing resources intalled on your mobile device: Facebook, Twitter, Dropbox, e-mail... whatever.
Screenshot UX simplifies taking snapshots while allows you to set step by step the whole process. Highly recommendable.
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by Manu , Appszoom
Apr 19, 2012