Google announced Android Marshmallow as the flagship new Android version for 2015 in the last quarter of the year. While, Marshmallow did not bring with it a visual overhaul that we have seen in the past with the likes of Ice Cream Sandwich or even Android KitKat or Lollipop, but what it did bring was a host of little tiny things that are sure to make your smartphone experience even better. One of these small yet powerful features has been Now on Tap, which is basically an extension of Google Now.
Now on Tap is accessible from anywhere on the phone and all you need to do is to long press the Home button on the phone. This allows the system to read your screen and give you links to contextually relevant places based on what is on the screen. This is really useful if you want to find the address of say, a restaurant that is being spoken about in a Group IM. Like all its services, Google has added an interesting feature to Now on Tap, which allows you to take screenshots using it. All you need to do is to long press the Home Button, that you need to bring forth Now on Tap. You will see a share icon on the bottom left, simply tap on that. This would take a screenshot of your screen and you will be able to instantly share it with whoever you wish to with.
This feature is particularly useful if you are unable to take screenshots using the physical button because you have a cover on your phone or even on occasions, where you need to take screenshot, but have only one hand free to do so.