There are many reasons why you might want to record your screen on your Android smartphone, the number one reason that comes to my mind is, to provide troubleshooting two family members who are not that much tech-savvy.
This is one of the reasons I use screen recorders to record my screen. Screen recorders are also useful when you are trying to show someone how to do something on the smartphone.
No matter what your reason is, in this article I’m going to list out 3 of the best recording apps I have used on Android.
A Z Screen Recorder
This is the first recorder that I ever used on Android. It’s actually pretty easy to use, you can simply install it from the Play Store and you don’t need your phone to be rooted.
Just give the app the permission to draw over other apps so that you can easily use it
The app is ad supported and there is also a pro version which gives few extra features like editing the screencast by cropping the portions and adding music to it.
Mobizen Screen Recorder
The Mobizen Screen Recorder is much more than just a screen recorder, it gives you the ability to add intros and outros to it, and also lets you record your screen in a horizontal format that means you can record your gameplay or anything exciting that you want to record.
This is another recorder that I started using lately, and Unlike the A to Z recorder it is an Ad-free recorder, which means you won’t see any ads in the app, also there is no In-app purchases.
The app is completely free to use, by default there will be a watermark of the DU recorder, but you cant remove it without having to pay for a pro version.
The app also lets you make and it’s to your screencasts which allows you to share only the portion of screencast you actually want to share.
Currently, I am using the to recorder on a daily basis because it pretty much serves the purpose, and it is also not so heavy app.
One great thing I love about the DU recorder is that it also lets you Livestream your screencast to Facebook (Also to Pages) or YouTube.