Screenshots are a very useful feature, which also explains why software companies continue to improve our screenshot methods. One of the companies that seems to attach great importance to screenshots is Google. The company tested the scrolling screenshot feature in the Android 11 beta, but did not add it to the stable version. Despite this, the company is still interested in testing the feature. This time, the Chrome browser on Android finally ushered in The long-awaited upgrade by many.
Google is providing a new experimental Flag for the Chrome browser settings page on Android. The purpose is to allow users to take screenshots of the entire web page after it is turned on.
Chrome Share Long Screenshots: Enables UI to edit and share long screenshots on Android
Scrolling screenshots means that users will be able to take screenshots of a long web page or long conversation, not just what appears on the display. Unfortunately, the Flag can only be seen on the Canary channel for the time being and is not applicable, which means that we cannot enable this feature now. However, this feature is likely to appear on the channel first. Once the function is online, we will follow up the news as soon as possible.
At the same time, Android users can take long screenshots by installing third-party applications. One of the popular apps that allows you to take long screenshots is LongShot, which can be downloaded from Google Play. In addition, some customized UX skins also support scrolling screenshots, including Samsung’s OneUI, LG UX, EMUI, MIUI, etc.