How to take screenshots while scrolling on iPhone and Android

When you take a screenshot, your smartphone captures whatever is on your screen and saves it as an image. But what if you want a screenshot of what’s not on your screen? It could be anything from a string of text to a long list of groceries that just can’t fit within the usual screen dimensions. Fortunately, your Iphone or Android smartphone It allows you to easily take a scrollable screenshot.

Scrollable screenshot expands the boundaries of the traditional image as much as you like. You no longer have to manually scroll and take multiple screenshots to get a full screenshot of a website, for example. Your phone can automatically take multiple screenshots and stitch them together to create an image or a long document. Heres how to do it.

If your iPhone is working iOS 14 Or later, you can take a scrollable screenshot without any third party external app. Apple offers this functionality right inside the iPhone’s built-in screenshot tool. The only catch is that it only works with apps updated to support it, like first-party apps from Apple and others Google Chrome.

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  • On your iPhone, go to the page you want the extended screenshot from.
  • Press the Power and Volume Up buttons together on your iPhone as you normally would to take a screenshot.
  • Touch the floating screen thumbnail in the lower left corner.
  • Switch to the Full Page tab to take a scrollable screenshot.