Google Now on Tap continues to evolve and the latest update to the contextual information feature has had a new feature added: Screen sharing. The update comes courtesy of an update to the Google Search app for Android, taking that app (and the engine behind Now on Tap) to version 220.127.116.11 for those keeping score at home. That build and this feature is specifically designed for Android Marshmallow so if that hasn’t hit your phone or tablet yet, you won’t see the feature.
Essentially what this update does it take a screen capture of whatever you are viewing on your screen. While you can capture your screen using the combination of the Power+Volume Down key, having this just a couple of screen taps away will make it easier and faster for many users. It has been in beta for a week or so now and there have been several posts that it is coming but now it has rolled out to the Google Play Store and is widely available.