If you blog about Windows Mobile, you probably use a utility that lets you grab screenshots of what’s showing on your device’s screen. There are a number of applications that do this, but PocketNow points out what may be one of the more fun options that’s out there. From Extreme Apps, a free utility called Shake and Save uses the G-Sensor found in Windows Mobile devices like the HTC Touch Diamond, HTC Touch Pro, HTC Touch HD and Samsung Omnia. With this app, taking a screenshot is as each as simply shaking your phone. Once installed, anytime you shake the device, it will automatically take a screenshot which can then be saved in one of four image formats: png, bmp, gif, or jpg. Shake and Save is available for download from here.
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