Friday, 5 April 2013

Procedure to add Screenshots to iPhone, iPad and Android Device Frames

The ability of most mobile devices to take screenshots can be incredibly useful. As you may have noticed that adding a device-like frame can turn a boring old capture into a beautiful, lifelike impression of a device in action. Photoshop skills are required for these kinds of edits to be made. You can now add such frames natively on both iOS and Android. There are two of the best apps in Screenshot, Frame Maker for iOS and Device Frame Generator for Android. Screenshot, Frame Maker by Developer Neoos is very simple-to-use app, offering step-by-step, fool-proof walkthroughs of how you can achieve the good results. You can set limitations on the width and height of the final product, opt for portrait or landscaped orientation and with frames for every iPhone made hitherto, Neoos looks to have covered all.

Once you’ve created your nicely-framed image, you can readily share it with the major social networks with available plugins. Although Frame Maker isn’t what you’d described as awash with features, it does what it purports to do with aplomb.

For those on Android, Device Frame Generator provides a very similar function, and although the greater variation of device and display resolution could make things more complicated, it’s actually as straightforward to use as its iOS adversary. You can currently add frames of the Nexus S, Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7, Nexus 4, Samsung Galaxy S III / Note II / Tab 2 (7-inch) and the HTC One X.

As with Frame Maker, Device Frame Generator delivers excellent results and it would be good to see developer f2prateek come through with frames for the likes of the HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4.

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