Snapchat, one of the popular social media platforms, is still important to many. So how to take a private screenshot?
Snapchat application, where short-term snapshots can be sent, is still one of the applications frequently used by those who want to send photos and videos while feeling safe. The company even started to disclose it by sending a notification to those who took screenshots of the posts.
So, how can you save a really important image to your phone with a screenshot without the sender’s knowledge?
How to take private Snapchat screenshot?
The biggest secret to taking screenshots on Snapchat without sending notifications lies in the screen recording feature. This feature, which iOS users use practically, is also valid for other phones using Android 10 and later versions.
Taking Snapchat private screenshot using an iPhone
iPhone users could take screenshots smoothly and privately until May 2021. However, this is no longer possible. Because iOS and Snapchat updates got in the way. In addition, dozens of applications that claim to be able to take hidden screenshots in the App Store do not work.
This leaves only one option for iPhone users: to use another device. Use another phone, tablet, etc. to avoid screenshot notifications and to capture a Snap. You will need to use
Take private screenshot on Snapchat using Android
Android users can open the Snap they want to take a screenshot of, then swipe down from the top of their phone to access the control panel.
- Open the Snap you want to capture.
- Access the “Control Panel” by swiping down from the top of the screen.
- Select the “Screen recorder” function.
- Tap on “Save”
After a countdown begins, you can successfully save an image of Snap to your phone. You can also tap the “Stop” icon to end the recording; The screenshot warning will not appear.
The above workaround still works on Android as of October 2021.
By the way, among the methods we tried, turning on Airplane Mode and taking screenshots does not work.