There are a ton of videos on YouTube and other video sharing platforms that are essentially scenes captured gameplay videos from Android devices. As mobile games get more in depth and high quality, the demand for game capture footage from these games becomes higher. If you’re ready to start sharing your gameplay footage from a mobile game on Android, consider this following game recorder for Android,
If you have Android Lollipop or higher, you might consider using AZ Screen Recorder. This free app lets you record high quality gameplay on your Android device without overlaying a watermark. It lets you record your screen to HD and FullHD videos and it is the only screencast app in the Android market that can be paused and resumed while recording. It also allows you to record audio from a microphone and automatically mixes the sound in. It also allows you to overlay video from your front facing camera so your viewers can see your reactions to epic gameplay moments. This app also has an editing feature that allows you to trim videos and draw on your recording for the creation of helpful tutorials
The information above was supplied entirely by the developer’s description of each app in the Google Play Store. This app may have embedded in-app purchases. Of the apps are free, but some offer both a free version and a premium version with extra features.
The highest rated of all of the apps is the AZ Screen Recorder. It has a user friendly interface, is very easy to use, has options for customization, and offers frequent updates. We rate this app at 4.7 stars out of five. Coming in close behind the AZ Screen Recorder is the ADV Screen Recorder. This recorder is also easy to use and has a user friendly interface with customization options, but it falls short on the updates. We rate this app at 4.3 stars. Frequent updates are key as technology continues to evolve. The Rec screen recorder also falls short on updates, and is not quite as accessible as the other apps. We rate this app at 4.2 stars.