A screenshot is a good way to capture an image, and your phone is a great tool for taking them. It’s also a good way to share your screen with someone else. But there’s one problem: sometimes the screen you want to take a screenshot of doesn’t fit into the standard dimensions of a screenshot.
If you’re on Android, there’s a solution for this issue: You can take a scrolling screenshot of an entire page on your phone without any additional apps. All modern Android devices running the latest version of Google’s operating system, Android 12 or higher, support this option.
The best way to take a scrolling screenshot on an iPhone or iPad is to use Apple’s built-in screenshot feature. This is especially useful for screenshots of things like documents, web pages, notes, and emails.
Once you’ve taken a screenshot, a small, corner-based version of the screenshot will appear in the bottom left of the screen, along with buttons to share and edit it. In a few seconds, that will disappear, but the screenshot still remains.
Some phones – including LG, Huawei, and Xiaomi – offer an optional feature that allows you to expand your screenshots. Simply tap the Capture More button and a little magnifying glass will help you select the part of the screen you want to include in your screen shot.
If you’re using Vivaldi, you can take a full-page screenshot of a website in just a few seconds. The process is similar to capturing a regular screen shot, but you can also add text and other elements to your screenshot.
If you use Mozilla’s browser, you can also take a full-page screenshot with the built-in Screenshot tool. The tool works just like the screenshot tool on your computer, but you can also use it to resize and save your screenshots as PNG or JPEG files.
If your browser is supported by the latest versions of Google’s mobile operating system, you can use the “Full Page” or “Selection” options to create a screenshot that includes a full web page and its contents. You can also use the tool to resize a screenshot, which is a great way to share something that’s too long for a regular screenshot.
If Microsoft Edge is your default browser, you can take a scrolling screenshot of a webpage by opening the document in the app and clicking the Capture button. Then, wait until the page is fully loaded and click the Screenshot tool again.
If you’re using other browsers on your phone or computer, you can find a variety of third-party tools to make it easy to take a screenshot of an entire page. These tools range from basic screenshot captures to more advanced tools that can automatically scroll your screen and gather multiple screenshots, stitch them together, and create a scrolling screenshot.
If you’re looking for a more advanced solution, we recommend downloading a full-featured, free third-party app that can capture and edit your scrolling screenshots. The best option is ScreenMaster, which will automatically scroll your screen and gather several screenshots to stitch them together into a single, scrolling screenshot. You can also customize your scrolling screenshots by adding text, drawing on them, and spotlighting key sections of the screen.