Taking a screenshot with your iPhone is probably second nature, but what about capturing something on a website, PDF, email, note, or sewing together several screenshots? Continue reading to learn how to take a scrolling screenshot on an iPhone.
Taking a scrolling screenshot on an iPhone used to include the use of a third-party app. However, with iOS now, you can do so natively with webpages, PDFs, the Notes app, emails, and other Apple first-party applications. We’ll also look at how to do this with content in third-party applications later on.
How to Take a Scrolling iPhone Screenshot
Taking a scrolling screenshot or “Full Page” screenshot in Apple’s apps generates a PDF of anything on a paper, website, notice, or email.
- Create a screenshot (press the side or top button and volume up button at the same time)
- Before it vanishes, tap the preview in the bottom left corner.
- Select the Full Page choice in the upper right corner.
- Until saving, you can preview all of the pages, use markup, and do other things.
- You may also use the crop icon (the square-ish icon next to “Done”) to choose which portion of the Full Page to save.
- To save, tap Done in the upper-left corner, or the sharing button in the upper-right corner.
The following screenshots show how the procedure appears :
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Third-party iPhone Applications for Scrolling Screenshots
Using an app like Picsew or Tailor to take scrolling screenshots of content within third-party apps or for more manual control is another choice
Picsew has a higher average ranking, but both are designed for iPhone 12 and older iPhones. Both can be tried out for free before purchasing the full versions via in-app purchase.
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