Screenshot and Draw App From Condition Delta – The Best Screenshot App!
Sometimes what we see on our phone screen is impossible to save, or worse yet – the application refuses us to save what we see on the screen. For me, it’s usually related to business, or a particular group of applications I use to view information which is not downloadable. Stumbling across this app called “Screenshot and Draw,” I was amazed by how easy it was to do many things I didn’t know my phone was capable of doing – up to and including taking multiple screenshots and then merging them together!
I was playing a game on my phone (that shall remain nameless) and wanted to figure out where all of the people that kept killing me were hiding, I couldn’t find them and they killed me so fast that I couldn’t pause the game to see where all of them were. So I used “Screenshot and Draw” and took photos of the game, and of course me dying like a chump. I was able to review the photos, and even DRAW on the photos were the dirty little killers were, and make a strategy so that I could go in and finally get past that level. Guess what? It worked!
Screenshot and Draw allows you the opportunity to have an on screen camera button for screenshots (which you can specify size) and also allows for other options to take pics, including using your status bar or shaking the phone to get the screenshot. I used the shake feature during my game, because it was easiest for me to keep my fingers on the controls while still capturing the images on the screen – knowing that I would be able to review them later.
Depending on your phone’s capabilities, you can merge up to five photos together – ultimately creating a large screenshot upon which you can then “draw on” and come up with your strategy! Indeed, I used it to create a fight and hide path for my character, to dodge people shooting at me and to kill them instead – but you could use it to point out various features of your phone, elements of a photograph you took, or even to show off your new phone interface and some custom features that you “added.” The possibilities are endless, and quite frankly this is a really clever and fun application to have.
The TRIAL VERSION of the app is free, and allows you to take 10 screenshots before it quits working, this allows you to get a handle on the app, and to test out it’s features. If you LOVE it, then you can pay to get the FULL VERSION which is currently $1.99. For those of you who are worried about forking over a couple bucks, I can personally tell you that it’s worth it, however – if you are skeptical Condition Delta (the Developers) offer a full refund from their website.
The refund information reads: “If you’re not satisfied we don’t want your money so we’re offering a full refund for any reason. Capture your screen with Screenshot and Draw and get the features you’ve been waiting for!” I highly doubt you will be requesting a refund, seriously – this app is very useful and a lot of fun!
For those of you who have phones that are NOT ROOTED, there are some special instructions to follow before using the app, because the phone needs access to do so. Once you follow the directions (you are not rooting your phone doing this) then you will be able to use the app, until you restart your phone and then you will need to follow the directions again. I am a novice when it comes to my Android phone, and I was able to follow the directions and get this app working in no time – and I wasn’t worried, nor did it hurt my phone. Therefore I can honestly say that I enjoy this app, and if you are a developer looking for that special way to merge all of your screenshots together for promo, or you’re simply just trying to tie images together from your favorite game to get past a incredibly hard level – this is the application for you!
We plan on using this application more in the future, but for now – we suggest you try it out for yourself, and then capture some screenshots of your own!
WE LOVE YOU SCREENSHOT AND DRAW!
Finally Able To Pass That Level & Kill More Bad Guys,
Jake A. Wheat