As we all know that now new smartphone are coming with in built screen recording app installed but there not so many features available in in built screen recording app and dalso for older smartphones there are no screen recording apps are pre installed.
So if you want to record your stuff on android, for those of you ready to shoot your best gameplay, and everything else, check out the top 10 screen recording apps for Android.
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List of Best Screen Recording Apps :-
AZ Screen Recorder :
AZ Screen Recorder is a popular screen recording app for Android 5.0 (Lollipop) or higher. With dozens of YouTubers putting it at the top of their own lists, it must be a hit.
AZ Screen Recorder is praised for its many customization options. There is a time-lapse feature, allowing users to adjust from ⅓ of the speed to 3x the original speed. Users can adjust resolution from 240p to 1080p. Bit rate (1 Mbps to 12 Mbps) and frame rate (24 FPS to 60 FPS), and there is no time limit on recordings.
On top of that, users have the option to configure functions in the app, such as shaking the screen to stop and start recordings, etc. A maximum countdown of 60 seconds is allowed.
The AZ Plugin can also be purchased to use alongside the app for merging videos, replacing audio with pre-recorded sound or music, and other features.
Mobizen Screen Recorder
Like AZ Screen Recorder, Mobizen Screen Recorder takes stellar recordings on Android 5.0 or higher.
Mobizen flaunts many of the same features as AZ, including the same resolution capabilities. However, bit rate (0.5 Mbps-12 Mbps) and frame rate (5 FPS to 60 FPS) run from slightly lower start points. Video editing, touch recording, countdown, and face camera features are included. Ads run frequently on the free version of this app.
One thing about Mobizen. It is designed to run on all Android brands except Samsung and LG. A different version is available for these devices.
Apowersoft Android Recorder
Ah, Apowersoft. While it’s not as popular as AZ and Mobizen, Apowersoft climbs to the top just fine.
The app allows users to pause, stop, and resume recording, so users can use their devices without recording if necessary. Because Apowersoft is also designed for Windows, screen recordings can be cast and enabled on a PC. Simply ensure both devices are connected to the same WiFi network.
Super Screen Recorder
When making this tough decision, it’s important to make sure your device will be compatible with the app(s) you select.
Super Screen Recorder is another app that very well measures up to AZ and Mobizen, in specs and customization. Just keep in mind that an external memory card is required for recording.
The app’s most exciting feature may be its control button. A small button holding all the app’s functions appears on the screen, and disappears as recording begins. The button allows users to quickly control recording without having to exit and re-enter the app.
Super Screen Recorder comes with a decent video editor, allowing users to trim and merge videos, add music, and change the orientation of the video. Front and rear-facing cameras can also record during screen recording. Super Screen Recorder also allows users to insert a custom watermark, screenshot, and draw on screen.
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Like other apps, Screen Recorder offers res options from 240p to 1080p, a bit rate of 2 Mbps to 15 Mbps, and frame rate from 24 FPS to 60 FPS.
Perhaps the most exciting feature, Screen Recorder gives us the option to add a Toggle to the Quick Settings pull-down menu on our Android devices. Once the app is downloaded, the device recognizes it in the list of icons to add to the Quick Settings.
The app even offers “Game Launcher”, where games on the device can be stored in the app for easy access when recording.
In-app night mode, simple video editing, and the option to add a personal watermark or text are there too.
ScreenCam Screen Recorder
Out of all the apps mentioned, ScreenCam offers the highest resolution. With a max of 1440p, ScreenCam’s starting resolution is a high 360p to most apps’ 240p. Bit rate and frame rate are similar to others, with a cap of 12 Mbps and 60 FPS respectively.
ScreenCam is operated through a button icon and button size can be adjusted.
ADV Screen Recorder
ADV is said to be a lot like AZ as well. Resolution and functions are limited compared to AZ: resolution ranges from 240p to 720p, and a maximum 3 seconds of countdown are allotted.
Watermark options are available, and recording can be stopped by locking the screen or from the notification bar.
MNML’s main selling point is its simple user interface in a sea of Android clutter. While the app has not been around long, many agree that MNML is user-friendly and functional compared to others like it.
Like Screen Recorder, MNML can be added to the Quick Settings bar as a Toggle.
Lollipop is a slimmed-down version of many of the apps discussed. With a resolution range of 240p to 720p, and max bit rate of 10 Mbps, it doesn’t quite keep up with some apps of its class.
Still, with the ability to add clips from either phone’s cameras in recordings, Lollipop falls among some of the best out there.
Google Play Games
Google Play Games isn’t really designed for screen recording, but it holds its own.
Surprisingly, most Android devices come with Google Play Games. And since it’s all about the gaming, the app can record any game from the Play Store and face cam simultaneously, in resolution of either 480p or 720p.
The Very Top
The top 10 screen recorder apps are not fixed. As technology leaps forward, we will be able to do more and more with our Android devices. Choose wisely.