One of our readers’ most popular requests is to tell them how to record your screen on Android. The functionality has long been around but typically needs modification and tinkering in order to get it. In Android Lollipop, they have a screen recording method that’s built into the OS, and most people are doing this these days. Let’s take a look at a few Android apps and other ways to capture your screen. Please be aware, updates to Android Pie forbid internal sound recording in apps, so your videos will probably not have any sounds you do. It’s unlucky, but Google’s fault.
Google Play Games isn’t just a mobile game center. It also has a screen capture feature. It works pretty well. But mostly it’s for gamers. You start the game directly from the app with the screen recorder. It records your things and then stops as it should. You can overcome the game cap only when you leave the game mid-recording and go to any app you like. At that point, however we would probably suggest AZ instead. It’s probably a better choice than usual for teams.
AZ Screen Recorder is the gold standard for applications with screen recorder. It’s light, simple, affordable and inexpensive. It has an overlay button which will not interfere with the content registered. Furthermore for items like game streams or feedback, you can add the front face camera. It also contains a tiny video editor. You can thus shave off the pieces that don’t matter. Naturally it does not need root, no watermarks, no time limits and more. The pro edition is $2.99. It is probably the most common and best available screen recorder.
Many programs now have mobile assistance. The two most popular ones are Twitch and YouTube gaming. You just stream your game as usual. Both services allow your footage to be accessed after you have finished. It’s a good solution particularly for gamers. It’s probably easier for this kind of stuff than Google Play Games. Unlike Google Play Games, it’s very difficult for applications or anything but gaming to use this one. These programs are at least free.
Kimcy929 Screen Recorder is a fine, simple screen recorder. It does the basics very well and has several languages support. Some features include screen-recording, snapshots, phone cameras support and some great simple video editing after the recording. It’s good for basic things like showing something or something like that on your computer. AZ Screen Recorder is still recommended for the first time, but not a bad (and simpler) choice. The free version also performed really well.
Vysor is a fun small app that lets you cast your device over USB to your computer screen. You can use it from there on your computer or record it on your PC if you like. It seems to work pretty well even though you have to get a little money to get HD quality. This app does not record anything on its own and therefore do not expect any choices. You’re going to have to record it on your own machine. If this app doesn’t cut it, TeamViewer is another decent choice in this region. However you need a screen recording software on your computer to capture images