How To Take Scrolling Screenshot On iOS And Android? | Apps To Take Long Screenshot

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Taking a
screenshot on your Android device is pretty simple. For instance,
on my Asus Zenfone, I can take a snap just by pressing and
holding the Recent Apps button for a couple of seconds.

On other devices, the option to take screenshots is present in
the Notifications bar, or the same can be done by pressing a
combination of buttons simultaneously. A similar process is in
the case of Apple devices running iOS.

One thing that has caused problems for me is that the inbuilt
screenshot tool in Android and iOS only covers the things that
are displayed on the screen. What if someone wants to take a
long screenshot of a web page in a single image which requires
the page to be scrolled down. But sadly, the screenshot tool’s
capabilities fall short here.

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Still, the road to finding something that can help us take a
scrolling screenshot isn’t stretched out far and hard to
traverse. So, is there any app that can help us capture
scrolling screenshot on iOS or Android? The answer is Yes.
There are a couple of ways you can cover the undisplayed area
of the screen.

How do I take scrolling screenshot on iOS and Android? – Long

Take the long road

One of the easiest but tedious ways to take a scrolling
screenshot on your iPhone or Android device is to capture
multiple screenshots and combine them using some image editing
tool on your PC.

I did the same a couple of times in the past on my PC as it was
the quickest and only way I could think of when I didn’t have
some app at hand. In fact, not even a smartphone.

But now, you can feel relaxed because there apps that can
handle the job for you and snap a long screenshot on your
iPhone and Android.

Stich & Share: big screenshot

Platform: Android (4.1 and up)

Nowadays, most of the screenshot work is done on smartphones
powered by Android and iOS operating systems. And there are
apps available which can help users overcome the shortcomings
of the inbuilt screenshot tool on their devices.

Stitch & Share is also an app which you can use to take a
scrolling screenshot on your Android device for free.
Installing the app is quite easy; all you need is to visit
Google Play.

During the initial days, you may not find the app a little
uncomfortable to use. But being patient for a while would
improve your precision when taking those long screenshots.

What the app basically does is it automatically takes
screenshots as you scroll down and stitches them together.
Stitch & Share can combine the screenshots you have
manually taken. However, while taking screenshots, you would
have to make sure that the two consecutive shots overlap to
some extent to make things easier for the app.

One of the downsides of this app, and for others on the list,
is you can’t take horizontal screenshots. For instance, if you
want to cover your entire home screen or Menu in one image,
scrolling sideways would add the image at the bottom.

Download Stich & Share

Stich It! – Screenshot Editor

Platform: Android (4.1 and up), iOS (iOS 8.0 and up)

scrolling screenshot 1

Although Stitch & Share is not available for iOS, App
Store is not a barren land when it comes to apps for scrolling
screenshots. The best thing about Stich It! is its availability
for both Android and iOS operating systems.

Stich It! offers a simple-to-use interface for the screenshots
you have taken regularly, using the inbuilt tool, and attach
them. You can align the screenshots by cropping them

It comes in both paid ($2.99) and free options. One of the
drawbacks of the free version is you can only combine three
images when making your scrolling screenshots.

Stich It! For Android Stich It! For iOS

Tailor – Automatic Screeshot Stiching

Platform: iOS (9.0 and up)

Scrolling Screenshot 2

For the lazy ones wanting to automate everything, Tailor is the
app you can use for long screenshot your iPhone or iPad. You
need to do nothing except capturing the screenshots like
you normally do. Open the Tailor app afterward, and your long
screenshot would be waiting for you.

Despite the ease offered by the app, I didn’t find it efficient
enough. As it failed to include some of my screenshots when
joining the images. Still, it’s fine.

The app being all automatic has a couple of downsides. It
fetches the screenshots on its own. So, you can’t edit the
order of images when the scrolling screenshot is created.
Another thing is if you delete an automatically created
scrolling shot, the app won’t generate it again.

One possible workaround for these shortcomings is to delete the
original images and capture them again.

People who are allergic to adverts can buy the paid version for
$2.99. Else, you can use Tailor for free.

Download Tailor

So, these were some of the apps you can use to capture
continuous long screenshots on iOS and Android devices. I hope
I could extend this list with more names in the future.

If you have something to add, drop your thoughts and feedback.

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