Screenshots are a part of our communication with our users on mobile devices. They serve as an excellent way to showcase your creativity, showcasing what your app can do for their user experience. A good app developer should consider every aspect of the screenshots you use as part of the design. Some common mistakes include not following one step of the design pattern, missing icons, duplicate content, wrong resolution and low quality images.
If you want to take screenshots on your android phone, you can either go into settings, tap "ometry" or "screenshots". With Android, taking a screenshot from your phone is actually different per device, version, and model. If your phone runs Android 2.2 or higher, taking a screenshot from your phone is as simple as pressing some buttons together. However, the more recent technology supported by your phone may require you to take a screen shot, select your background, select a picture, and then take the shot. Furthermore, if your android phone runs Android 2.4 or higher, it takes around five to ten seconds longer than if you were taking screenshots at the default resolution of 5 megapixels.
You can also tweak your android settings to take screenshots at different sizes. The downside to this is that your image will be smaller when you intend to share it on a social media network like twitter or Facebook. You can also try the screenshot button on your android navigation bar instead of tapping the screen. Another great option is to sign in to a social networking site that supports android features, like Facebook or LinkedIn. These websites allow you to browse through different activities and share them in order to make your android device even cooler.