Don’t you ever wish you can record an ongoing video chat? How about record a clever gameplay you discovered while strategizing your moves on a gaming app and then immediately share the resulting video with other people?
Install a screen recording app that allows you to capture, playback, and share what’s going on the touchscreen interface of your Android smartphone or tablet. You can even use the screen recording app to create tutorial videos on your mobile device. Here are three such apps handpicked for their features and noroot requirement. These mobile apps can be downloaded for free from the Google Play store.
AZ Screen Recorder (Hecorat)
The adfree AZ Screen Recorder app enables you to capture on HD video what’s going on the screen of your Android device. The audio component is recorded through your device’s builtin microphone. With AZ Screen Recorder, you can specify the screen orientation, display screen touches, and customize a timer for when to stop the recording. There is no time limit for the duration of your video recording. You can also choose the directory for which to save the resulting video file.
Lollipop Screen Recorder (Rivulus Studios)
If your mobile device is powered by Android 5.0 or Lollipop, you might want to consider using the free Lollipop Screen Recorder app, which does not require you to root your smartphone or tablet. This screen recording app is easy to use. Before starting your recording, simply specify your desired recording resolution and orientation. The resulting video file can then be readily edited and enhanced through your preferred mobile video editing app.
Shou.TV Screen Recorder Pro (Shou Ltd.)
Like Lollipop Screen Recorder, the Shou.TV screen recording app is a noroot required digital tool. It works for both 4.x (Jelly Bean) and 5.0 (Lollipop) Android versions. Ad and watermarkfree, this screen recording app enables you to record on video your savvy gaming moves, for example, and to share the video file with other users. Shou.TV Screen Recorder Pro also allows you to mirror onto a Web browser or Apple TV what’s happening on your Android screen.