The first mobile phone to have a screenshot feature was the iPhone in 2007, which went along with Android phones as well in the year 2011. If you go back to 1959 to trace the world's first screenshot by the US armed forces, it was captured by a Polaroid camera, unlike how it is done nowadays.
As new high-tech technology continued to develop, in the 1990s “print screen” was developed, which meant we no longer required cameras to click screenshots.
Microsoft established the well-liked Snipping Tool in 2002 November, which made taking screenshots predominant in modern Windows computers.
The makers of the Snapchat application launched an item that let a user whenever other users had bagged their snap through a screenshot.
Instagram, a Facebook-owned application, is one more well-known medium that also informs its users when someone has taken a screenshot of anything they posted.
Does Facebook Messenger Notify Screenshots?
Facebook Messenger Notify Screenshots? Well, It is a yes if the screenshot is taken while talking on Facebook Messenger with the disappearing message mode (Vanish Mode) switched on.
In November 2020 Facebook introduced the world with this new feature called Vanish Mode.
It is based on a similar concept as the Snapchat non-permanent snap because a message is sent while the vanish mode is turned on, a short while after the recipient reads it.
It is inscribed and planned to increase the privacy of the user, when a screenshot is taken before the message is about to disappear, it in many senses increases privacy as the other person is notified that the screenshot has been taken. That is the whole reason behind Vanish Mode.