Android's experience in sharing and editing "saccharine shot" images is not too complicated. All you have to do is take a snapshot of the image and then insert it into an image-editing application and save it and share it immediately. Actions and motions, but what if you want them directly and in a process and a series.
The solution is with the new Screen Crop application, which is available exclusively on the Android operating system. This application transforms the task of capturing and collecting saccharin into a very easy task by placing the performance in the Quick Settings panel. In any application interface, simply touch the screen from top to bottom Click the application shortcut, select the desired corner or after capture, edit, cut and share, or even complete the task from the application itself.
The application icon will appear in the application drawer, open it, and go to the settings to be placed in the Quick Settings panel, after which the application will automatically disappear from the application tray.
Unfortunately, the Screen Crop app is not free, available for download at $ 0.99, but does not include in-house purchases or annoying ads.