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Millions in revenue from playing video games, a tidal wave of shared effort, and countless ways to connect – playing video games in 2020 is no longer just about the experience, but flourishing socially. As it stands, the PS4 is the most popular console of this generation and with this comes the greatest potential to create, refine, and push out content.
PC is the undeniable king of content creation, but since day one Sony has offered a myriad of ways to bring gameplay, streams, and screenshots to others. Similar to the Nintendo Switch and Xbox One, the process has never been easier – simply hit the dedicated “Share” button and you’re off to the races.
Which social media websites can the PS4 share to?
Read on to learn about the capabilities of Sony’s built in share functionality and how to bypass its shortcomings.
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As Android has continued to progress in overall OS functionality, the mirroring of PC features has become more and more commonplace. For many, an Android phone or iPhone is their most used, and most useful, computer. And that is essentially what smartphones are these days – miniature pocket PCs.
One simple but immensely useful OS feature of Android is the ability to take a screenshot of what is currently on the screen. Whether one needs work related documentation, or simply a way to share something, taking a screen shot is a few button presses or swipes away in modern Android (Nougat, Oreo, Pie etc.).
Taking a screenshot with most Android phones requires one to either hold the power button or hold the power button and the volume down button at the same time. You can even take a screenshot with Google Assistant using the following command: “Hey Google, take a screenshot.”. But what if you want to share your screenshot with someone else, or email/upload it to one of your own accounts? This too is very simple.