Taking screenshots on your phone is very useful for different reasons. You can take a screenshot of a receipt to confirm payment; or take a screenshot of a movie scene, article line, tweet or IG story to back up a story; you can even screenshot an error message to submit complaints.
But taking screenshots doesn’t come easy to everyone, especially people who aren’t familiar with every feature on their mobile devices.
There are different ways to screenshot, mostly depending on your phone type.
How you take a screenshot with your iPhone differs from how you would perform the same action on an Android device.
Screenshotting on iPhones is a simple process; although that process differs from model to model. Some older iPhone models come with the Home button (such as an iPhone 5 – 8 and iPhone SE) but new models were designed without the Home button (like iPhone XR, 11, and 12 series models).
Unlike iPhones, which have only one way to take a screenshot, android phones have various methods of screen grabbing an image or text on your device.
These three devices have similar operations especially in taking screenshots. The simplest way to capture the screen is with micro Intelligence, which is a built-in feature in all three devices. Micro intelligence lets you perform some functions by drawing simple gestures on the screen. But you will have to do some settings before you can use this feature.
The following methods are the simplest ways to taking screenshots from your various phones. Now you won’t have to worry about missing a moment when you can easily swipe or press a button to capture it.Share this articleDamilare Dosunmu Author