Google Update: Google Chrome for Android gets a built-in screenshot tool and editor
3 weeks ago
Google’s Chrome browser is the most popular browser on computers as well as phones running the company’s Android operating system. The company is adding and updating new features daily, and on the same line, now Google has added a built-in screenshot tool, along with an editor option to its chrome browser.
The Google Chrome built-in screenshot tool, allow users to take screenshots of a particular webpage, without having to crop the address bar and the other system elements out of the frame. Users can see the new option to take a screenshot next to the ‘copy link, send to devices and print’ tools located on the share menu.
And also, the user can edit the taken screenshot without leaving the app. After capturing a screenshot without leaving the browser, the user can now crop it or edit it. Users can do so with the new built-in feature, without leaving the browser to make changes.
When you have taken a screenshot, you will be able to see three buttons – Crop, Text, and Draw. After cropping the relevant parts of the page, you can draw certain elements to highlight any section or add text to the page. Two buttons at the top will also let users undo and redo a particular action while tapping the ‘Next’ button will ask to save or delete the image.