We all are aware how to capture the screen on our Android devices. If you were wondering how to record Android screen easily, you have come to the right place. There are a lot of ways to record Android screen. You can use a PC to record the Android screen or you can do it from the Android device itself.
There are a lot of screen recording apps for Android available in the Google Play Store which allow you to record Android screen. Today we will learn how to record your Android screen using the Rec. app.
Please note that this Android screen recorder requires your device to be rooted only if you are running Android 4.4 Kitkat. The app will work perfectly well without rooting on android 5.0 Lollipop.
How to record Android screen
First and foremost, head over to the Google Play store and download the Rec. (Screen Recorder) app.
Once you launch the app, you will find a really neat interface with the various options as shown below.
You can adjust the size, bit rate, set the audio recorder to on/off and specify the filename. If you want to record Android screen in the native device resolution, just tap on the ‘Size’ label to set the device’s native resolution.
Once you are done with the settings, tap on the ‘Record’ button to start the screen recording. Rec. will capture everything that’s displayed on your screen. Here’s a small video that I recorded using the Rec. app.
Rec. is a really good screen recorder for Android. The free version allows you to record video along with audio for up to 5 minutes. If you purchase the pro version, you will get up to 1 hour of Android screen recording along with audio, of course. There are a lot of additional features in the pro version as well. The free version is good for people who want to record Android screen in order to create short video tutorials.
Overall, this is a great screen recording app for Android. You can record Android screen easily and without rooting you device if you are using Android 5.0 Lollipop. Do try this app and let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.
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