Most of the smartphones have awkward button combos to take a screenshot. A user has to typically press a button on the far side of the phone while also pressing another on the opposite edge or, worse, use a palm gesture. Most of the time we can see the screenshot button being a combination of a sound button with the lock button or home button in smartphones.
But now we don’t need to be bothered about this issue because it is getting easier. Google is approaching a search app update for Android which will facilitate Marshmallow users to take screenshots using Now on Tap.
All a user needs to do is summoning Now on Tap and hit a share button to send it to his/her app of choice. Though this isn’t a clear-cut substitute for the hardware command, since it doesn’t save images right away, so a user needs to set the save destination first, giving it a extended delay. However, the user easily gets rid of the notification mass by using it. If a user ever wanted to show off his/her home screen or a new app without jumping through hoops then he/ she needs to upgrade as soon as possible.