Featured: Top 10 Screenshot Apps For Android

You might be wondering what is the point of downloading a screenshot app? After all, most smartphones now do offer the ability to take a screenshot. However, that is only the function. There are many apps out there that offer an enhanced screenshot service. Similar to why you would download a calendar app in spite of the smartphone already offering a built-in calendar function. With that in mind, here is a quick rundown of ten screenshot apps you might want to try.


Kicking off today's list is the aptly named, 'Screenshot'. This app does allow for a variety of ways to take a screenshot. However, more importantly, the app allows for users to dictate how the screenshots are used afterwards. You can specify where they are saved, edit the images, add text or other designs and generally jazz up the images.

Screen Grabber

Screen Grabber is an app which focuses more on the sharing ability of screenshots. Although, this can be largely done quite easily now on newer smartphones, if you would prefer an app which can assist and help to better manage your screenshots then this might be the options to try.

Perfect Screen Shot (Classic)

Once again, this app is more focused on what you can do with your screenshots more so than the actual act of taking a screenshot. Not to mention, this app contains the ability to apply your screenshots to the front of various phone frames. Perfect if you are planning on releasing your own app soon.

Screenshot Snap Free

Screenshot Snap is another app which places its focus on the ability to edit screenshots after they have been taken. With this one, you can annotate shots, add text or further customize the images. Not to mention, an increased compatibility to share your images all from within the app.

Capture Screen

Compared to some of the other options, Capture Screen is a little more basic and offers limited functionality. However, if you are after a simple app to help you group and manage your screenshots then this might be one worth a look

Screen capture

Screen capture is ideal for those who want to to screen record as well as screenshot their android devices. The app offers a quick solution to screen capturing, screen casting and allows for basic in-app editing of all your images taken. Again, an easy and light option to use for those who want a better and more organized screenshot feature.

Easy Screenshot (capture/memo)

This screenshot app is another one which looks to streamline the screenshot process. Therefore, as soon as you take a screenshot, the image will automatically open within the app. As such, there is no need to have to navigate back to your gallery or click on the image notification. The app opens, the image is there and you can then edit as you need or share to social media from within the app.

Take Screenshot

Take Screenshot offers a bit more of an interactive method of taking your shots. As such, this app will allow users the ability to take a screenshot by simply shaking their device. Not to mention, the degree of shaking needed can be adjusted and tweaked. Good for those who do not like the more traditional hold power and volume down options.

Screenshots Simple

There are quite a few options available for screenshot apps, however if you want to give a new app a try then maybe Screenshots Simple is for you. This app only hit the market recently and as such, is fresh in terms of number of downloads and reviews. That said, if you are looking for a lightweight and simple screenshot app then maybe this one is worth a download.

Screenshot Ultimate

Closing out the list today, is Screenshot Ultimate and this app offers quite a wide range of features and abilities. Not to mention, this has one of the largest selection of 'triggers' (ways to take a screenshot). Once your image is taken, then this app also offers a number of options to improve the image, including a good and well-developed editor. If you are looking for a more feature heavy screenshot app then this is probably the one to try.

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