Hey, what’s up, everybody? Mimi Playz here~! 😉 🙂 😀 *smiles & waves hello* Today, I shall be providing you all with MORE YouTube Advice!! YAY~!!! 🙂 😀 *spins around in chair excitedly* So, in THIS post, I shall be informing you of SCREEN RECORDERS for an ANDROID cell phone!! DOUBLE YAY~!!! 🙂 😀 *smiles excitedly* So, let’s get straight into it, shall we?
YouTube Advice w/ Mimi Playz:
Screen Recorders for
- Screen Recorder #1) MirrorGo
MirrorGo is a mirroring app from Wondershare. With a MIRRORING APP, you can download/install it onto your phone, and then (once it’s installed), you can display your PHONE SCREEN onto your COMPUTER!! YAY~!!! 🙂 😀 *smiles happily & throws confetti* Connect your Android to your PC, either wirelessly (using Bluetooth) or using a USB port, and then use MirrorGo to make your phone’s screen pop up on your computer screen. From there, you can FINALLY record your screen using a SCREEN RECORDER for your computer! 🙂 *smiles* And then you’re done~!
- Screen Recorder #2) ScreenRecorder 5+
THIS is the screen recorder that I have been using recently to record on MY Android cell phone! 🙂 *smiles* It may not be the absolute BEST screen recorder out there, but it works PERFECTLY for me! 🙂 😀 *smiles happily* Although, I’m PROBABLY going to start using MirrorGo… Anyway, with THIS screen recorder, you can record your Android phone screen, add a facecam, and more! 🙂 *smiles again* You can even UPGRADE to a BETTER version (but that costs money, so I haven’t done that YET). It’s a pretty GREAT screen recorder, if I do say so myself~!
- Screen Recorder #3) AZ Screen Recorder
AZ Screen Recorder is a screen recording app that was created to work on an Android 5.0 Lollipop. It is FREE with in-app purchases and allows you to record from your device’s camera at the SAME TIME as you record the phone’s screen!! YAY~!!! 🙂 😀 *smiles happily* This is a VERY convenient way to record your own REACTIONS to what you are recording on your screen! 🙂 *smiles* Reaction shots are EXTREMELY POPULAR for gaming tutorials~! 🙂 *smiles again* Even if you are NOT recording a game, it MIGHT be useful to have a video of yourself explaining things.
- Screen Recorder #4) Telecine
Telecine is ANOTHER FREE app for Android 5.0 or later. Feature-wise it is fairly basic, but it is extremely easy to use and produces high quality videos. Unfortunately, it does not record sound. If you are happy with recording a separate voice over or using text to explain your video then that might not be an issue for you. Telecine is a simple, no hassle, option for screen recording.
- Screen Recorder #5) Unlimited Screen Recorder
Unlimited Screen Recorder is ANOTHER FREE app for Android 5.0 Lollipop. The MOST NOTEWORTHY feature of this screen recording app is that it will let you record for an UNLIMITED period of time!! YAY~!!! 🙂 😀 *smiles happily & throws confetti* You can ALSO use Unlimited Screen Recorder to record AUDIO, which will be useful for recording your video’s voiceover. You can use text or YouTube annotations to explain what is happening in your video, but it is easier to engage an audience if you use a VOICEOVER either instead of or in addition to your text.
- Screen Recorder #6) Mobizen
Mobizen is one of the ONLY screen recording apps available for Android devices OLDER than 5.0 Lollipop, such as Kitkat or Gingerbread. UNFORTUNATELY, the videos recording using Mobizen are fairly LOW quality… 😦 *frowns* The app is FREE, though, and it does NOT require you to “root” your phone. So, it is STILL a DECENT option if you are using an OLDER Android model.