Chrome for Android to let you take screenshots while scrolling. Chrome calls the option as long Screenshot, giving the impression that, you can take a full-page screenshot. After taking the screenshot, you can edit and share or save the image to your device. The feature is available in Canary and can be tested right now.
Android has a screenshot feature built-in. Chrome App also got a full-fledged Screenshot Editor.
Chrome offers a Screenshot option in the Share sheet. You can use it to take a screengrab of the web page, after that, you can edit with the crop, add text and draw options and further apply the changes and save the final screenshot to the device or share with others.
The current screen selection area while taking a screenshot is limited to picture displayed on the screen. How about taking a screengrab of the whole page that is invisible?
Google is working to address that in Chrome.
In addition to Screenshot, the share sheet provides the Long Screenshot option and allows you to use up and down arrows to scroll through the image you want to capture. You can tap the tick mark and save the shot. Further, you can edit an image like any Screenshot, after editing, you can save it to your device, delete or share it.
The feature isn’t working properly. We noticed the change today itself, not sure since how long it was present.
You need to enable the “Chrome share long screenshot” flag” to see it.
In case you don’t know, Chrome on Android lets you take screen grab in Incognito.
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