Are the any plans to add Android phones and tablets to Mobile Apps?

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I want Mobile Apps for Android phones and tablets. I love Snagit and have used it for years, various versions, currently 2018. You all brought up the idea of connecting mobile devices to my Snagit Desktop program. Now I feel slighted that only Apple users are important enough to have Mobile apps.
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dorothyaa

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Posted 2 years ago

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SueG

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That would be great!  I would definitely use it on my android phone and tablet!
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Debut Infotech

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There are many software's that will help you out with this problem, you just need to google it for more information.
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Debut Infotech

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There are many companies that can help you to build mobile apps for iOS and Android, you just need to work on your R&D. Google about the companies who provide services related to mobile apps and contact them.
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Well, to be honest, this isn't really a strange question. I very much agree with TS.

Yes, you are right, there are quite a few of so-called screenshot apps.

However, 
1. IF at all... they are suitable for my device (I checked a number of them and it is then stated that they are not suitable for my Samsung Android tablet)
IF they are

then 
2. they demand access to I don't-know-what-all
if you agree

then
3. they ask to allow 'this-or-that' on your device, things you never heard of and don't know where to find within all the settings

So, after going thru the settings (in Dutch language) looking for some kind of settings that might resemble to the English term, in the end, personally, I give up...
Simply too much work to get things going. This, for s simple screenshot.

What's left: share screenshots from Android on Google Drive and edit them on PC using SnagItEditor.

Then one wishes to have the familiar way of working using 'SnagIt on Android'.
(and have support, either on the forum or direct)

However, we do not know whether an Android version is even considered...

Maybe it is wayyy too complex.