How to Add Device Frames To Screenshots On Android

When we take screenshots on Android phones, we see that only the entire screen gets captured, not the device frame. And almost all the in-built or third-party screen capturing tool only captures the entire screen. The question is it looks impressive to you? For me, its absolutely not and that’s why I searched for a mockups app and actually found one. With the help of a simple Android app, you can easily add device frames to your Screenshot on Android.

No need to use any photo editor to manually add device frame to your screenshot. The app name is SnapMod and it is made by an experienced developer, Gavin Liu. It has free downloadable device frames from many Smartphone brands and all are free to use. The app contains a bunch of features as well to customize the screenshot after adding the Device frame. Well, in this article, we will share the steps to use the SnapMod app that helps add device frames to Screenshots.

About SnapMod

It is a free screenshot Mockup generator that has over 100 device frames from brands including Samsung, Google Pixel, OnePlus, Sony, LG, Huawei, Xiaomi, HTC, and others. We will list the full list of devices later in this article. Well, SnapMod helps to download the Device frame from popular smartphone brands listed above and instantly adds it to any screenshot with just a click.

Under the app, you will be able to access your Smartphone gallery and access the screenshot folder. From there, you can add a screenshot into the SnapMod app and quickly apply the downloaded Device frame. Before doing this, you will need to set up the app. You will basically need to explore its Device frames section and download the device frame of your phone model or series.

If you don’t find the exact device frame then you can also choose a device frame from the same phone series that you have i.e I have Samsung Galaxy Note 4, but in the app, there is only Samsung Galaxy Note 5. In this case, you can use the Note 5 device frame for your Note 4.

How to Add Device Frames To Screenshots on Your Android

Adding a device frame to your screenshot will make it look more impressive and it will attract more eyes. It will look like you have captured your full device, not just the entire phone screen. Now, let me guide you step-by-step to Add Device Frames To Screenshots on your Android.

Step 1. The first step is to download & install SnapMod from Google Play Store.

Step 2. Once installed, launch it from the App drawer.

Step 3. Swipe right to quickly escape to the main interface. Now you will see a blank page with a note saying to click on the centered phone case. So, just click on that.

Add Device Frame to Screenshots

Step 4. Now it will show you all the Models that are available for its free users. Just browse and select a suitable model for your phone. Here, I’m downloading Galaxy Note 5 model device frame.

Add Device Frame to Screenshots

Step 5. Once the device frame gets downloaded, click on the Look button.

Add Device Frame to Screenshots

Step 6. Upon instruction from the app, set the downloaded frame to default by clicking on the Star icon. After that, click on the downloaded device frame to add a screenshot.

Step 7. Just browse & add any screenshot from your phone gallery (Here, you will need to give storage access to this app).

Step 8. After selecting a screenshot, it will get automatically added to the downloaded frame. The work is still not complete, you have to save this by clicking on the save icon showing at the right bottom. Once you click on that, you will get a notice from the app on successful saving the screenshot with the device frame.

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Step 9. That’s it. Now share this image to get more likes and comments.

Follow the same steps to add the Device frame to unlimited screenshots on Android.

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SnapMod Features

  • Automatic effect:Extract primary color or Gaussian blur
  • Clean and simple interface design by Material Design 2
  • Variety of the latest models, different color frames, and more to come
  • Excellent performance, smooth experience

There are also some exclusive features for Premium users, you will need to pay to SnapMod in order to use them. But it provides sufficient features in the free version to properly add device frames to Screenshots.

List of Phones Supported by SnapMod

There are almost all smartphone brands are supported but not all the phone models frame are available to download. Here are the phone brands and phone models that SnapMod support.

  • Google: Nexus 5, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6, Pixel, Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL
  • OnePlus: 3T, 5, 5T, 6
  • Samsung: Note 5, Note 8, Note 9, S5, S7, S8, S9
  • SONY: Xperia XS, XZ, XZ P, XZ1, XZ1 C, XZ2, XZ2 C, XZ3
  • LG: V30
  • Huawei: Mate 10, 20 Lite, RS
  • Xiaomi: Mi 6, Mi 8, Mix 2s
  • Meizu: 15, 16, mblu E3, MX 5, Pro 5
  • HTC: U11, U11+, U12+
  • OPPO: R15, R17
  • VIVO: NEX, X21, X23
  • Motorola: Moto Z, Z2 Force, Z3, P30
  • Lenovo: S5
  • Smartisan: Pro
  • Essential: PH-1
  • Apple: iPhone8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X

If your phone model frame is not available in the app to download then we recommend using the alternative phone model frame.

Hopefully, you’ve found this article helpful? If so, share it with your friends and let them also know that they can add device frames to screenshots on Android.

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