One of frequent the request from Android fans is to tell them how to record the screen on their smartphones. The functionality has been there for some time; however it requires some adjustment and tinkering to get it. In the Android Lollipop, there is a screen recording method which is building into the OS and that is how most Android fans do it nowadays.
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Android Apps for Screen Recording
- AZ Screen Recorder
AZ Screen Recorder is free in app purchases. No root is required for the app to function. AZ Screen Recorder has many screen recording applications designed to work specifically on The Android Lollipop. Some of the features the application contains includes; Magic Button which controls recording without showing anything on the screen and the ability to capture the front camera when screen recording, video trimming and countdown timers.
- ilos Screen Recorder
The app is also free. It is very simple and easy to use. It doesn’t have a lot of whistles or bells but it records an audio. The app works on all handsets running the Android 5.0 and higher. They also tout no watermarks, no time limits and no advertising. The app also has an intriguing web recorder on the official website that records stuff from your PC if you need functionality.
- One Shot Screen Recorder
The app costs $0.99. The app doesn’t require any roots to operate. One Shot Screen Recorder keeps the process of screen recording simple. It summarizes the whole process into 4 easy steps for the users’ convenience. The app enables watermark on your videos with a premium version removing the watermark, hides the notification logo, adds ability to impose your own logo and remove ads.
The app is free. The app is the highest rated in Google Play with a rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars. The app displays an overlay on your handset so that you know you are recording that it does not clog up your notification with things you would typically see with the screen recording applications. The app doesn’t have watermarks. Developers can submit patches and fixes all on their own.
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