There are many cases that people want to grab full scrolling webpages on Android. Some may use them to share interesting news with their friends or prepare image materials for their site reviews, while others may grab the whole page so that they can read it even without Internet connection. Taking screenshot on Android devices can be done with just few clicks, but what if you are in need of whole webpage screenshot? Actually, there are various ways to capture full webpages on Android. Keep reading and find the best one for you in the following part.

I. Recommended Way to Take Screenshot

screenshot full webpageApowersoft Screenshot is a free screen capture tool that you can get from Google Play Store. This app features 2 trigger capture modes. The first one is by using an overlay icon, while the second one is by using the basic key combinations of “Power + Volume down/Home” buttons. This tool also comes with a built-in browser with which you can grab an entire webpage or a specific region of it easily. After taking a screenshot, you can add emphasis on some important portion with arrows, lines, and a text, using the tool’s embedded annotating function. In saving the file, you can save it straightly into the device’s memory storage or store it on free cloud space provided by the developer.

Here’s how to screenshot full webpages on Android with this tool.

  • Download and install the app by hitting the button below.
  • Get kamiltech app for Android from Google Play Store
  • Open the app and navigate to the page that you want to capture using its built-in browser.
  • Once on the page, you will notice a blue camera icon located at the bottom right area of the website. To grab a whole page, click this icon and choose the middle green button.
  • Then a preview of the webpage will be shown. To save the full webpage screenshot, just tap on the “Save” icon on the top right. You can check it out in the Gallery.

how to screenshot full webpages on Android

II. Alternative Ways to Take Screenshot

1. Web Page Clipper for Evernote

Web Clipper for EvernoteAnother program that can help you screenshot full webpages on Android is Web Page Clipper. This app allows you to access your bookmarks from Stock Browser and Boat Browser. Once you open a website with this app, you can capture the full webpage by clicking the “Save” button on the top right. After that, you can give title, tag and comment to the screenshot. Lastly, check “Clip web page” and “Done” to save the full webpage screenshot to your Evernote account.

2. Dolphin Screen Cut

Dolphin Screen CutUnlike other screen capture tool, Dolphin Screen Cut is actually an add-on for Dolphin Browser. With this add-on, you can easily grab a region, the visible part or the entire webpage. Moreover, this app even has a resize function for modifying the image size. When the screenshot is taken, you can either save it on SD card or share it via other apps on your phone.

3. Websnap

WebsnapThis app lets you grab a portion or the whole contents of a page. Aside from taking screenshot, this app is also known for turning captured screenshot into widget that you can access from your Android’s home screen. You can also share the widget snapshot to social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, etc. However, regional screenshot function may not work well in webpages that run Java script.

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