Google just added an awesome new feature to its Now on Tap service for Android 6.0 Marshmallow devices. Since Now on Tap already essentially takes a screenshot of your display to analyze the contents of any app, it only makes sense that the service itself should allow you to share those screenshots.

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To try it out, trigger Now on Tap by long-pressing your home button (remember, Android 6.0 or higher is required). From here, you’ll see a share button in the bottom-left corner—just tap this button to send a screenshot anywhere. Android’s usual… more

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