OneShot for Screenshots
By Ian Ownbey
Open iTunes to buy and download apps.
OneShot lets you highlight screenshots and post them to Twitter.
In order to use OneShot take a screenshot (by pressing the "home" button and the "sleep" button on your iPhone at the same time) in any app. Then open up OneShot and select the screenshot you just took.
You can then:
1) crop it
2) highlight text
3) change the background
4) select the source which should be automatically detected from the image
You can tweet the final image or save it to your camera roll.
What's New in Version 1.3
Better & brighter colors!!! Also a better interface for selecting a source (maybe)
Works just fine on iPad Air 2...
I like this app. Serves a purpose and is simple to use. One (rather big) issue for me though is that there is no way to sort or delete your OneShot images once entered into the app! They just stay in there and accumulate. No left swipe to delete. No way to change the list/sort order. The only way I've found to delete previous "oneShots" is to delete and reload the entire app. Perhaps they'll add the needed curating capability in a future update. The app support link just tells you how to use the app... no contact links or way to provide bug reports or feature requests.
Required Utility for Twitter Users (iPad Version please)
[Update 2] Orphanware. Make it 1/2-star. Major problems on all devices with iOS 10. Highlighting doesn't work properly. Time to find a replacement. Too bad, was a great utility while it lasted.
[Update] Docking another star because not only is it 2016 and OneShot doesn't work in landscape mode on any iPad, but it won't even recognize screenshots made on the iPad Pro (whether done in portrait or landscape).
OneShot is by far the best way to annotate article links posted to Twitter. Incredibly easy to use and the automatic link finding works great. It should be on every Tweetster’s iPhone.
I only dock a star becasue we _still_ don't have an iPad-friendly version that works in landscape mode. This is a royal PITA when using iPad with a keyboard and will be a show-stopper for iPad Pro users.
I'm on a 6s Plus, and this app at first would crash immediately upon open. Then I rebooted my phone and it's back to normal.
Have you tried turning it off and on again?