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QuickShot (screenshots) - FREE v1.3.0
Title: QuickShot (screenshots) - FREE v1.3.0
Model: Blackberry 82XX Series (240*320) Pearl Flip Devices Models: 8200, 8220, 8230/Blackberry 9300(Kepler), 9330/Blackberry 89XX Curve Series (480*360): 8900(Javelin), 8910(Atlas), 8930, 8950, 8980/Blackberry 90XX Bold (Onyx) Series (480*320) Devices Models: 9000, 9020(Onyx)/Blackberry 96XX Tour (Niagara) Series (480*360):9600, 9630, 9650(Tour2), 9700(Bold2), 9780, Dakota, Apollo /Blackberry 95XX Storm Series (360*480):9500, 9510, 9520, 9530, 9550(Storm2), 9570(Storm3), 9800(Torch), 9810/9850/9860(Torch2)/Blackberry Pearl 3G Series (360*400) Devices Models: 9100, 9105, 9670(Style)/Blackberry 99XX (OS 7.0) Series (640*480) Devices Models: 9900, 9930 Description: Easy-to-use no-nonsense screenshot utility saves single or multiple screen snapshots to media card.
Adds "QuickShot Screenshot" (save screen image) to most menus.
For apps that have no menu or don't allow their menu to be altered, there are two additional ways to take screenshots:
1. Select the QuickShot icon on the homescreen. That will load the app into the background. When you're ready to take a screenshot, use the application switcher to switch to QuickShot. That will take a single snapshot and then QuickShot will close in the background.
2. Select the Multi Screenshot icon on the homescreen. This is the same as (1), except that it keeps the app loaded in the background so you can use it over and over. When you're finished, you can close the multi-shot session by selecting the QuickShot icon on the homescreen.
Images are saved in JPEG format at 87% quality in this FREE version. In the paid version, either PNG or JPEG format is selectable with JPEG quality from E-Mail size to print quality.
Images are saved on the media card in Blackberry/Pictures, uniquely named by date and time as Screen-YYMMDD-HHMMSS so they can be sorted by name in order of capture.
* There is NO NAG SCREEN, no ads, no "Buy" button, no expiration, and no limitation except that the image format and quality are locked at a compromise between size and quality which is suitable for most purposes.
There is also a very faint watermark imprinted on the lower-right corner (see screenshots) of all screen images saved, only in the FREE version.
** Settings are found in the homescreen Options icon.
* If you see an error message and the menu item is missing, please set Interactions and User Data permissions to Allow and reset your phone.