If you’re looking to create awesome screenshots of your iPhone, you have a few options. You can either fire up something like Photoshop, or you can use a tool like Screentaker, which allows you to encapsulate your screenshots in an iPhone, or iPad frame.

Screenshots mated with the device from which they were taken, portrays a much more professional look in my opinion, and you’d be hard pressed to find an easier way to do this, than with PreviewMaker

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Creating a great screenshot with PreviewMaker is a cinch. First take a screenshot, and then launch PreviewMaker. Once launched, you can select between a black or white iPhone to inlay your screenshot into. Once you’ve selected the device color, navigate to the camera roll, and the screenshot will be dropped right into the iPhone frame. It’s even smart enough to rotate the iPhone when it senses that you’re working with a screenshot taken in landscape mode.

PreviewMaker will set you back $1.99 on Cydia’s ModMyi repo, and features a bevy of options for fancying up your screenshots. The developer is also promising iPad support in the future, so stay tuned for that.

What do you think? Would you use PreviewMaker to pretty up your iPhone’s screenshots, or will you stick to more labor intensive methods?