Have you ever had those conversations whether over text or some messaging app where you want to keep everything but screen capping each screen is such a pain? Well it’s been the only way that we’ve been able to save them and then you either just keep them in a folder or painstakingly put them together using a photo editing tool. Now, you just need an app for that. Stitch It!, as its name suggests lets you seamlessly stitch together your screen caps of your text conversations, for one reason or another.

It’s pretty easy to do this, in case photo editing is a pain for you. So first of course you take a screenshot of your conversation. Then using the Stitch It! app, you crop them together into just one image. You can then edit out any private information that may be included in the conversation, like names (if you want to be anonymous), financial information, telephone numbers, etc. Then when everything is “safe”, you can now share it with the world through Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, Tumblr, or wherever else you wanted to post it.

The app uses a transparent overlay crop tool that is a bit hard at first to learn how to use, but eventually it gets pretty easy especially if you use it often. You can choose also from two redact ink styles, freeform or locked-in horizontal, depending on the number of words you want to edit out. All the stitches you made are saved in your photo library and you can upload it directly to an unlisted URL on imgur.com.

You can download Stitch It! Screenshot Editor from the Google Play Store for free. There are in-app purchases available if you want some more detailed features. But you can live with just the free version.