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5 Best Android Screen Recorder Apps

Recording your actions on Android is an adventure itself. Whether it’s about showing off your gaming skills or creating an educational video, screen recording comes handy. There are various apps available, root and non-root, for your Android device to choose. The best screen recorder app for Android can be measured by its rendering features and user-friendliness. In Android Pie, they have a screen recording method building into the OS and that’s how most people do it these days. Let’s take a look at a few Android apps and some other methods to get you screen recording.

There’s a lot to be said for a free lightweight app that doesn’t throw ads at you, and lets you do exactly what its name suggests. Every Android phone has this feature but none of them has ability to edit the screen recording. So the Android app developers have developed numerous screen recording applications that can record and edit as well. So if you want to know some of the best screen recording applications, keep reading ahead.

Screen Recorders, Android

We’ve compiled a list of the best screen recorders for Android. These have all kinds of fancy features – from magic buttons that auto-adjust your videos to the recording of video games to recordings with super-high frame rates. Read on, take your pick, then record away.

Best Screen Recorder Apps for Android

Check out the following screen recorder apps that work with Android. All of these are available from Play Store and have been linked directly as well.

AZ Screen Recorder

AZ Screen Recorder is the gold standard for screen recorder apps. It’s light, easy, accessible, and cheap. It features an overlay button that doesn’t interfere with the recorded content. In addition, you can add the front facing camera for things like game streams or commentary. It even has a small video editor built-in. That way you can shave away the parts that don’t matter. Of course, it doesn’t require root, has no watermarks, no time limits, and more. The pro version goes for $2.99. It’s probably the best and most popular screen recorder available.

Du Recorder

DU isn’t a name people generally associate with quality. However, this one is actually fairly legitimate. It records your phone screen with up to 1080p/60fps quality. The app also works in 20 languages, has a decent UI, and a video editor built-in. It also does some of the fun stuff like including a front facing camera, shake gestures, and a GIF maker. It’s all entirely free to download and use. It does have problems, though. Tablet support is a bit flaky and some people found bugs. Still, for its price, it’s one of the better screen recording apps.

RecMe Free Screen Recorder

RecMe is one of the few screen recording apps that, when used on a rooted device, can record internal audio as well as video. If you’re not rooted, then you can’t take advantage of the internal audio feature, but you still have plenty to play with on the screen recording front, including up to 60fps 1080p video quality, a front/back camera overlay (for Pro users), and microphone recording.The UI is nice and friendly – it’s Material Design aesthetic makes it look like it could be an official screen recording app integrated into your phone.

Google Play Games

If you want to avoid downloading any third-party apps, and particularly if you mainly want to record gaming stuff, then you can just use the official Play Games app on your Android device.Just open the Play Games app, go to a game’s info page, then tap the “Record” icon aFst the top of the screen. You’ll get options to record in 480p and 720p, so nothing too high-def, but it’s integrated, so we’re not complaining.To use this feature to record non-gaming stuff, follow the above steps, then just exit the game when it launches. We also have a dedicated tutorial on this as well: How to Record Gampeplay with Play Games

Vysor Screen Recording

Vysor is a fun little app that allows you to cast your device to your computer screen over USB. From there, you can use it on your computer or screen record it on your PC if you’d like to. It tends to work pretty well although you will need to fork out a little bit of money in order to get HD quality. This app doesn’t record anything on its own so don’t expect any options to do so. You’ll have to record it on your computer on your own. If this app isn’t cutting it for your, TeamViewer is another decent option in this space. You do need a screen recording app on your computer in order to capture footage, though.

These are one of the screen recorders we picked for you. If we missed any great methods of screen recording on Android, tell us about them in the comments.

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Rohail Khan

A football lover, Writer and a great photographer. Gaming all the way. Really love to travel the world.