January 31, 2023

There are all sorts of interesting apps available in the Play Store. We stumble upon new ones on a daily basis, and the Screenshot Flow app is a good example. This app allows you to create diagrams from your screenshots, basically.

The Screenshot Flow app allows you to create diagrams really fast

It’s really simple, actually. This app auto-generates flow diagrams from screenshots, which can be quite useful for some people. Those of you who work in UX design, for example, will find this truly helpful to create visual guides.

It can also be quite useful when you work in groups, you can rearrange things on the fly, and provide your coworkers a visual representation of an idea, plus you can work on that idea together.

Using this app is also quite simple, all you need is to shoot some screenshots, and you’re ready to go. You can also label the diagrams, and customize the flow, of course. And yes, this app does support sync with Google Drive and some other services.

The best of all, this app is fully compatible with draw.io. That is an online diagramming tool, so that you can edit your diagram any way you want, without limit, basically.

The design of this app is simple and straightforward

As you can see in the screenshots below, the app’s design is also really simple, which is a good thing. Your diagrams are shown in sort of a table view, with two columns, and as many rows as you want (the more diagrams you have, the more rows there will be).

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When your diagrams are labeled, it’s easy to spot them, and thanks to the size of these cards, you can also see a visual representation at the same time. So finding diagrams is easy.

If you do need an app that can create diagrams, screenshot flow is worth trying out. You can download the app from the link below, and there are also some official screenshots placed in the gallery.

Screenshot Flow (Google Play Store)