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By itsWLM, Member on 22nd April 2011, 04:53 PM
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i am running myn's warm twopointtwo and was wondering what the best screen capture app is?
 
 
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The Shoot Me app is very good and easy to use. Whether it is the best is subjective. All I know is that it works and works well....

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The Shoot Me app is very good and easy to use. Whether it is the best is subjective. All I know is that it works and works well....

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i use that now, but i don't like the shake to capture. i never know whether or not it took the picture.
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I understand. You can change the settings from shake to blocking the sensor and a few others as well as enable the camera click sound to alert you when you've taken the snapshot. Anyway, DroCap is another highly used screen capture app. I haven't used it myself but many people have. Give a try.

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I understand. You can change the settings from shake to blocking the sensor and a few others as well as enable the camera click sound to alert you when you've taken the snapshot. Anyway, DroCap is another highly used screen capture app. I haven't used it myself but many people have. Give a try.

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thanks for the help.
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You're quite welcome. Enjoy your weekend....

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is drocap in the market? i can't find it when i search it...
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I'm sorry. The name is drocap2 for root. It's free and it is in there. I just checked and saw it. If you search for drocap, it will display it.

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