Screenshot by Anthony Pranata used to be the best screenshot program for Symbian. But not anymore, because now there's SuperScreenshot from the OPDA team.
SuperScreenshot looks like a carbon copy of Screenshot, but it comes with two extra features. You can overlay your screenshots with a watermark, and since version 1.02 SuperScreenshot can add a timestamp to your pictures.
Just like Screenshot, SuperScreenshot can save your pictures in different formats (.jpg, .png, .bmp, .mbm), and it can make screenshots in continuous mode automatically every few seconds. You can choose different shortcut keys to shoot your screen, and it works on phones without an edit (pencil) key.
SuperScreenshot is unsigned, so you'll have to sign it yourself or install it on a hacked phone with certificate checking switched off. Or you can get the old version of Screenshot by Anthony Pranata. This has less features, but it is signed so you can install it straight away.
Tip: if you can't remove the OPDA watermark on your screenshots from the settings menu, go to C:\data\SuperScreenshot on your phone (or E:\data\SuperScreenshot on your memory card), remove the watermark file, and restart SuperScreenshot. Now it should shoot clean pictures without any watermarks.
• SuperScreenshot versions 1.01 and 1.02 on Mobile Castle
• Screenshot by Anthony Pranata
Saturday, 28 February 2009