Android (6.0): It’s no secret that Google Now On Tap was a little disappointing when it first came out. Now it’s getting one handy feature. You can use it to easily share screenshots. It even removes all the clutter in your status bar.
Skitch for OS X has been around for so long you might have it on your computer and not even know it. But that doesn't change the fact that it pretty much murders the standard OS X screenshot snapper.
Phillip Mendonça-Vieira made a mistake, a wonderful mistake. For over a year, he accidentally ran a cron task that captured a screenshot of the NY Times' front page twice an hour, 24 hours a day.
Unless you've reviewed an Android phone; felt the need to boast of a Words With Friends victory or needed to record a screen error for some reason, you might not realize taking screenshots on Android is like pulling teeth out.
If you're itching to get your hands on WebOS 3.0, the folks at PreCentral have some soothing balm—a handful of screenshots from the OS dev emulator. Peep them for a look at the new browser, (Bing!) maps, and more. [PreCentral]
Two dozen or so purported webOS 2.0 screenshots have fluttered out onto the web, and while their origins are a bit hazy, they show plenty of interesting new features, like Dropbox support baked into the OS.
Microsoft has decided to not show screenshots of the mobile Office suite for Windows Phone 7—possibly because they're not final, possibly because they just don't want to focus on Office as part of their new "consumer" oriented strategy. Either way, here's what mobile Office looks like. It's really streamlined and…
It's unclear whether the task manager and file explorer found in these Windows Phone 7 emulator screens will make it to the final release, or if it will live only in emulators and debug versions of Windows Phone. Here's why we're wondering.
This is it. This is the moment us BlackBerry users have been waiting for. After countless Android, Symbian and Windows Phone 7 OS leaks, our time has come. This could be the turning point—BlackBerry OS 6.0.
Here are the first images of the much awaited Google Chrome. Light and spartan, and it seems touch friendly. Enjoy.
PocketNow got ahold of some screenshots apparently culled from WinMo 7, since they look a little flashy and aesthetically different from WinMo 6.5—and that's definitely a good thing.
A small bunch of S60 Touch UI screens popped up today over at Mobile Royale, and they don't look half bad. The design has big on-screen buttons, clean design, and easy to read menus. The only item of concern is how narrow the header and footer bars are when the OS is in landscape mode. Seems like a breeding ground for…
The Portugeuse forum Pocketpt.net has a few more exclusive shots of Windows Mobile 6.1 that you haven't already seen before. The shots
focus once again on the "Standard" version, which is the non-touchscreen variety, but
show off the Deepfish-like browsing that lets you zoom and scroll around on a page. There's also…
The fanboys are sad that OS X Leopard is going to be late, so in the meantime, here are some fresh screenshots to keep em held over. There, there, it'll be ok.
Now that the secret is out, what's that creeping out of the woodwork? Why, it's a few more screenshots of Crossbow, the next-generation Windows Mobile OS. We showed you one shot yesterday, and now here are two more, sporting a decidedly Vista-like veneer.