Google Now on Tap was withdrawing screenshot

Removal of screenshots officially became a little easier for those of us who have a device running Android 6.0 running.

Google Now on Tap was withdrawing screenshot

Google Now on Tap was withdrawing screenshot

Updating Google App, which adds the Share button in the Google Now on Tap, allows you to take a screenshot and immediately share it.

Let’s take a quick look at how it works and how it compares with the usual way of doing things.

As soon as you activate Now on Tap, hold down the Home button, click on the icon «Share» in the lower left corner. After a few seconds, you will see the animation image.

It should be noted that the removal of a screenshot with this method does not automatically save the image. If you are using Google Photos, you can simply upload the image to save it to your library.

If you want to save the image with a different application, you will need to deal with their own settings.

There are several differences between taking screenshots via Google Now on Tap and use the hardware buttons. When using Now on Tap, icons in the status bar and the navigation pane are removed.

This will make it more beautiful screenshots that are not inundated with notifications. You can see some examples below. Theme Still, the new method may take a long time to 8 seconds. Although Google probably will fix it in future updates.

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