By default, Android includes a tool for making quick screenshots using generally the combination of off button and volume down (although this can vary by brands and models). However, you may occasionally want to capture something, for example, gameplay, so the screenshots do not serve us, and by default, this operating system does not include any tool to record screen video, taking to resort to third party applications. Android 4.4 was mandatory for users who might want to videotape your screen have root permissions on the device because Google had not yet set a specific API for this purpose, however, from Android 5.0 Lollipop any user, but not has the root device, you can make these recordings without problem.
In the Google application store, the Play Store, there are a variety of tools to record the screen, each with its own features, functionality and, above all, price. We like that an application is simple and focus on the task for which it has been programmed, therefore, to make screen recordings we recommend Rec. Screen Recorder.
How it works Rec. Screen Recorder
This application is characterized by a very pleasant and easy to use interface, since from a single activity will be able to configure the video properties and start recording. Then we leave a manual that we have written to all the functions of this application and how to do, step by step, to record the screen.
Rec. Screen Recorder is free, but has several limitations, for example, rely on a computer to record and the maximum length of videos, however, these restrictions can be removed by paying the license of the Pro version, which is priced 3.54 euros. As we can see, a simple application through which we will be able to record without problems (even Android 4.4 if you have root permissions) from individual video tutorials for certain configurations to the games of our favorite video games, then publish them in networks social or share them with others.
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