Screener Beta Lets You Stick Screenshots In Device Frames And Add …

April 16, 2015 - photo frame

Are your screenshots looking a small boring? Why not flattering them adult with some device frames, shading, and backgrounds? What, we don’t have time for that? Well, we can try Screener, that is in beta testing in a Play Store. Just a few taps and we have a nifty framed screenshot.



Step one is to take a screenshot we wish to use. Then simply open a app and collect a device frame. There are utterly a few to select from including a Nexus 6, Moto X, OnePlus One, Galaxy S5, and so on. There’s also a no support mode and a few “3D frames” that are slanted to a side (although these are still rather janky). Then we can supplement reflection, shadow, and backgrounds. Some examples from a Google+ page are above.

The app is free, though you’ll need to join a Google+ community and opt into a exam to download it. We also have a APK on APK Mirror if we don’t caring about involuntary updates. There are still a few bugs, though a simple functionality is fine.

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