How to Highlight and Share Text Screenshots on Twitter?
Micro-blogging site Twitter has caught the attention of social network loving audience across the world because of its unique limitation of 140 characters per Tweet. Unlike Facebook, where we could post big status messages as well as screenshots of articles easily, Twitter allowed posting article screenshots with great difficulty in cropping and highlighting text.
You would be glad to know that it is now possible to share screenshorts (text screenshots with 140-character limitation) on Twitter using the free iOS OneShot application. The text screenshot can be shared on Twitter along with your comment as well as the source article URL (or source content link); which was very difficult to achieve earlier.
In this article, we shall check out the features of OneShot screenshort sharing iOS app. We shall discuss how OneShot can be used to highlight particular section of your screengrab with a suitable color. You would also know about tips to crop sections of any image using this free iOS screengrab tool for Twitter content sharing.
OneShot iOS App Features for Sharing Text Screenshots on Twitter
To start using this app, you can first take a screenshot of an important article from your iPhone or iOS device by pressing the home button along with power button. This would save the text screenshot as image in your library. Then, you can use OneShot app to crop the screenshot image at any particular section that you want to share with your friends and Twitter followers.
Once you crop the image to get the concerned content that would be shared, you can then highlight any important point using this app. It is possible to highlight different points / sections. To highlight using your favorite background color, you simply have to slide your finger on the screen to drag the color option of your choice.
You can save this image for later use or directly share to Twitter by posting some relevant comment about it. Your comment can be posted along with the source URL of the screenshot that is identified automatically by the OneShot app.
Thus, this app is extremely simple to use for highlighting as well as tweeting screenshots of selective text (article snippets) on Twitter social networking platform.
How to download Twitter-sharing OneShot iOS app for free?
This app is the first active app from Susworks LLC (created by Jason Goldman and Ian Ownbey). One can download it for free from iOS store under ‘Utilities’ category at:OneShot for Twitter-sharing screenshots from iTunes Store
Further information about OneShot app can be obtained at its website:Official Website for OneShot Twitter Sharing App
If you are a regular Tweeter, do give this app a try and please share your valuable experience in below comments section. I am sure this app would prove to be a boon to Twitter users who like sharing useful articles online.