On iOS 13, Apple provides native options for enlarging some of your photos or screenshots. This is very helpful if you want to highlight parts or faces in an image without having to crop the entire image. I’m looking for an Android that is equivalent to the same type but to be disappointed there isn’t an original choice that is good enough (I see you OneUI).
So, when there is no native option we switch to the third-party screenshot application. With this, this is how you zoom in on details in screenshots & photos on Android.
Zoom in to Details on Android
1. Most importantly, download and install Screen Master on your Android device.
2. As soon as you open the application, it will ask you storage permission to access your files. Tap “Allow“. Next, we want to touch the existing photo, then tap “Photo Markup” in the lower right corner.
3. Next, select the photo for which you want to add magnification. After the photo is loaded, tap “Draw” from the editing tool at the bottom. In the draw menu, by default, you will choose the doodle tool. Tap the “Zoom” icon to activate the zoom feature.
4. Next, tap and drag your finger over the image to draw a magnifying circle. You can hold and move the circle or even resize it later to determine its location.
Screen Master also allows you to attach several magnifying circles in an image. You can also change the color and opacity of the magnifying ring. I found the standard fair enough.
On iOS, the magnification ring has 2 colored dots – blue and green. If you move the green dot around the circle, you can adjust the level of magnification, and move the blue point to expand the level of magnification.
Unfortunately, Screen Master does not provide options to adjust the magnification level. And, not attaching several magnifying circles to one another does not zoom in. Additionally, you cannot change the shape of the magnifying region. This defaults to a circle and will remain the same.
Screen Master is a complete screenshot markup tool. You can use it to take screenshots instead of the default options on your Android. In the case of markup, this gives you the option to include arrows. You can also highlight certain areas by using the spotlight feature.
It also has a mosaic option that allows you to blur sensitive areas of the image when uploading it on social media.