Google makes it easier to take screenshots in Android Marshmallow

With the latest update to Android, Google has made it easier to take screenshots on your Nexus device. However, it now emerges that even non-Nexus devices will be able to take screenshots via the Google Now on Tap system.


With the latest update to Android, Google has made it easier to take screenshots on your Nexus device. However, it now emerges that even non-Nexus devices will be able to take screenshots via the Google Now on Tap system.

According to a report in SlashGear, if you do not have any On Tap information available, Google will display a card that says "Nothing on tap."

You could turn on Now on tap by long pressing the Home button of the device. Simply follow the instructions to turn on Now on tap.

You could then use Now on tap by long pressing the Home button. Alternatively, you can say "Ok Google" and asking your question.

Alternatively, you can turn Now on tap off by opening the Google app, and then tap on the Menu, and go to Settings. Touch Now cards, and then switch Now on tap to off.

With this newest version of Google Now on Tap, you'll also be taking a screenshot, if you wish. You'll do this by tapping the "share" button in the lower left-hand corner.


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