Compatible with iPhones on iOS 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11. And iPhone X. iPads are tested on iOS 8.4 and 9.3.3.
Snapper is a tweak that lets you crop a portion of the screen and keep it floating on the screen. This is useful for (example): - Never switching between two apps multiple times to enter a password ever again- Comparing stuff on the screen! - Instantly censoring an image that you want to share - Keep a reference to something while searching in e.g. Safari - Great for when you have a hard to spell word snapped that you need to enter somewhere - Take a screenshot of a small part of the screen only - Zoom unzoomable images - Can't copy text in some app? Just snap it and save to camera roll for later.. and more!
Features: - Control the area to crop before snapping! - Or don't - snapper has multiple modes - Costumizable - Use it with Activator, or without! - Never lose a snap, the history panel (access via Activator OR the Settings app) - Snaps organised by application snapped within - Multiple snaps on the screen at the same time - Facebook-heads-like interface to close snaps - Save to camera roll instantly - Sharing built-in - Automatically copy snap to clipboard (optional) - No DRM! - Awesome animations! .. and more!
Configure options from Settings.
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Testimonials: This is what people have said about Snapper.
> "It IS amazing :) you should get it, is a must have" - feldrok_ via reddit
> "I don't think I can stop jailbreaking until this tweak gets added into iOS by Apple. Love it so much!" - gonnabuysomewindows via reddit
> "I had no idea how much I used this tweak, until I upgraded to iOS 9. Thanks for updating this, Mr Lang!" - Fishy62 via reddit
iOS 11 support
iPhone X support
Fix CC and NC being accessible while using Snapper
Change Snapper to be activated by default
Change guidelines to be activated by default
Add dismissal of Snapper when pressing sleep button on iOS 10 and 11 (mainly to account for the missing 'home' button on iPhone X)
Fix home button not dismissing Snapper on iOS 10
Fix a bug where one settings toggle would not properly change in a very specific configuration