iScreenShot is a tweak that allows you to quickly share your screen shots. Recently we have seen tweaks being developed with the goal of making it easier to share your screenshot like ScreenShotShare, ScreenshotShareSheet, and many more tweaks but however all of the tweaks seems to have different functionality. Until now, there is no need to use different tweaks base on different functionality. iScreenShot combines various screenshot sharing options into one tweak.
iScreenShot offers various sharing options and customization of functionality of screen shot in one interface which it is considered more worthy and useful than the other screen shot sharing tweaks.
As soon as you take a screenshot by holding down both the home and lock button rather than saving it to the camera roll instantly, iScreenShot brings up a share sheet allowing you to choose the option from the given list:
- Share the screenshot via AirDrop
- iMessage or MMS the screenshot
- Tweet the screenshot
- Post the screenshot on Facebook
- Share the screenshot on Flickr
- Save the screenshot to the Camera R
- Assign the screenshot to an existing contact
- Copy the screenshot to your Clipboard
- Print the screenshot to your AirPrint-enabled printer
- Open the screenshot in third-party applications like Dropbox or iFile
- Share with Wechat, Sina WeiBo, TencentWeibo, and more
In order to open the screen shot in another 3rd party application, you simply need to tap on “more” option.
As usual, a preference pane is added to the settings menu where you can configure its option. From here you can choose which sharing options to appear in sharesheet. Those which are enabled will appear in the sharesheet and those which are disabled won’t be displayed in the sharesheet.
This tweak will be handy when we want to share screen shots with friends and relatives. This serve as a general purpose in some situations. If you want to give it a try, it is available on Cydia for $0.99. It works on both iOS 6 and iOS 7 devices, however it does not support iPhone 5S yet because of its 64-bit structure.