How to Take a Scrolling Screenshot on iPhone

Taking a screenshot on your iPhone is probably second nature, but how about taking a screenshot to capture everything on a website, PDF, email, note, or combine multiple screenshots? Read on for how to take a scrolling screenshot on iPhone.

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Previously, you needed a third-party app to take a scrolling screenshot on iPhone. But now with iOS, you can do it with web pages, PDFs, the Notes app, emails, and more in Apple’s own apps.

We’ll also look at how to do this with content in third-party apps.

With this built-in iOS option, when you take a scrolling screenshot or a “Full Page” screenshot, you get a PDF file of the entire document, web page, note, or email in Apple apps.

Take a screenshot (simultaneously press the side or top button and the volume up button). Tap the preview in the bottom left corner before it disappears. Select the “Full Page” option in the top right corner. The Full Page option will only appear when more page content is displayed on the screen. You can preview all pages, use markup, and more before saving. You can also tap the crop icon (the square icon next to Done) to edit the part of the Full Page you want to keep. Click “Done” in the top left corner to save, or the “Share” button in the top right corner.

Third Party Apps to Scroll Screenshots on iPhone

Another option for taking screenshots of scrolling content in third-party apps, or more manual control (saving as PNG, etc.) is using apps like Picsew or Tailor.

Picsew has a higher average rating, but both have been optimized for iPhone 12/13 as well as older iPhones.

You can try both for free before deciding to purchase the full versions via in-app purchase.

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