How to Capture Screenshots in iPhone 3 G without Installing Any Other App
iPhone 3G device has been introduced with pretty useful inbuilt feature for taking screenshots of any particular application which is running on iPhone 3G. With this inbuilt feature you could now instantly take iPhone screenshots, and there is no need of any third party application for this.
This feature can be frequently used by bloggers while posting something regarding to Apple iPhone devices. Also it can be used by common people for making presentation and for several other purposes.
Instructions to take screenshot in iPhone 3G device
To take a screenshot, you have to hold down home button and then just press the top button. Your device screen will be flashed which indicates that the screenshot has been taken. This screenshot image will be stored into your folder of photos.
You can get this feature only in iPhone 3G models. If you are still using older versions, you should upgrade your iPhone older firmware to iPhone 3.0 Firmware. After upgrading your firmware, you can enjoy this newly launched feature along with various other extra features.
A new update released by Carnation Software for its iPhone and iPod touch app Say It and Mail It, has a feature that starts recording a voice message when you shake it. It can also handle map screenshots from now on.
Say It and Mail It is a useful app for the Apple iPhone and the iPod touch that lets you email voice recordings to people (which includes yourself). If you are emailing anything to yourself, the address and subject fields are filled automatically by a default setting. The best part is that you can attach images, Google maps, videos and other content with the email.
Moreover, there are no file storage/management issues as the voice recordings aren’t really stored on your mobile device.
Carnation Software gave an instance of using Say It and Mail It to your advantage – in car parking. You can record a small voice message about the parking location, then take a picture of the car in the parking lot, set a Google map marker for that spot, and finally use Say It and Mail It to email all of this information to yourself. This way, you don’t have to spend a half hour searching for your car when you return. You just have to access your inbox, retrieve the Say It and Mail It email, and find your car.
Say It and Mail It costs $2 and runs best on the iPhone OS 3.1. iPod touch users can use it with a headset equipped with microphones. Sometime after the version 2.0, a small update to increase map information accuracy was also released.
Install the free iPhone 2.2 Software Update and get Google Street View, public transit and walking directions, and more.
This update contains many bug fixes and improvements, include the following
Enhancements to Maps
– Google street view
– Public transit and walking directions
– Display address of dropped pins
– Share location via email
Enhancements to mail
– Resolved isolated issues with scheduled fetching of email
– Improved formatting of wide HTML email
Some of the other major fixes are :
Improved stability and performance of Safari
Podcasts are now available for download in iTunes application (over Wi-Fi and cellular network).
Decrease in call set-up failures and call drops
Improved sound quality of visual voicemail messages
Pressing the Home button from any Home screen takes you to the first Home screen
Preference to turn on/off auto-correction in Keyboard settings
Products compatible with this software update are iPhone and iPhone 3G