Last year, Google’s mobile browser introduced a custom Share menu to replace the system default. Chrome for Android is adding a built-in screen capture tool.
When you share in Chrome for Android, either through the more list menu or from the address bar. The bottom sheet will move up. As of version 85 in August, Google has reorganized so that the page title, URL, and fav icon of the current website you’re visiting appear at the top. This is then followed by a carousel of apps with “more” at the far right to open Android’s defaults. The last row is where actions like Copy Link, Send to Your Device, QR Code, and Print.
Some users on Chrome 91for Android are seeing a “Screenshot” tool of your entire screen. including the omnibox Captured by the bottom bar with tools to crop, add text, and draw.
The Text UI is great because the current field has corner shortcut keys to crop, enlarge/tilt (by drag) and delete. Meanwhile, doodleling lets you choose from 18 colors and six stroke sizes. Undo and redo through this tool.
When you’re done, tap “Next” in the top right corner and you’ll see an option to share this screenshot. Save to device only, or Delete. The middle option assumes you’re downloading a file from the web and appears in Chrome’s built-in download manager.
Chrome for Android version 91 released earlier this week. And the screenshot tool in the share menu is labeled “New.” It works on many of the devices we reviewed. But your mileage may be different and the flags are below:
While this feature mimics the markup tool introduced with Android 11 and updated in some respects to Android 12, people will appreciate that option. Because screen recording is the way people record what they see on the web and apps these days.
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