Screener, the app that allows you to pop your screenshots into a device frame, has already been updated with frames for the new Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. The update came almost immediately after Google’s big event yesterday and was a server-side push to the app so no new download or OTA update is required.
If you aren’t familiar with Screener, you’ve seen it in action on virtually every screenshot provided in posts here on the site. It allows you to take a screenshot as you normally do (Power+Volume Down) and then put it in a frame of a particular device. It gives your screenshots a much more professional look than just the screen itself.
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One of the most common questions I get about ClintonFitch.com is how I make the screenshots that you see in reviews, how to’s and articles like this one. The answer is Screener. The app is made by Toastcode and they just released a nice update to the app in the Play Store. The updated build is version 2.5 for those keeping score and it brings a redesigned user experience and some other nice features that make taking screenshots of you Android devices easy. A bit about Screener. It is an app that allows you to take a screenshot you have taken on your phone (most often this is the combination of Volume Down + Power button) and put that into a frame of a popular Android device (and iPhones too). There are hundreds of frames, some of which are 3D, and there are frames for both phones and Android Wear devices.
This update to the app brings improved Notifications so you can be informed of when new device frames are available, app updates are available or other information from the developer. You can now control which, if any, you get notifications for on your device. To change this, go to Menu>Settings>Notifications.
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