Hi guys, in this post am going to represent The Best Screen Recorder for Android Smartphones 2018. Using your latest android device you can easily record high resolution videos on your phone or tablet’s screen without having to root the android device. Android KitKat too allowed screen recording but with Lollipop, the process has become almost as easy as recording screencasts on your desktop – you launch an app hit the record button and everything that’s on your screen, including suggestions, will be captured as an MPEG-4 video. Check List of All Android Versions
The Best Screen Recorder for Android SmartPhone
A quick search on the Google Play store returns a unlimitedAndroid apps that support screen recording for Android v5 or later.
Some apps are free while others are premium but they mostly offer a similar set of features. You can record the screen as well the on-screen touches.
So the viewer has a better idea about how you are communicating with the apps. They can record the external microphone audio but none of the apps I tried stayed recording of internal system audio. Maybe that is a control of the Android platform.
The most popular option is Mirror that will not only record your Android screen but it can also mirror your phone on to your desktop using AllCast Receiver, a free app for Chrome. There are no complicated settings to choose from, the recording is smooth but the big downside is that the app adds a fairly big watermark and you do not have the option to disable it.
YT Gaming is another app that can record and also live cast your phone screen to the desktop without the watermark. It is the only app that can save the video in multiple formats including MKV, AVI, and MOV. There’s, however, a lag when casting the screen on the desktop that makes it less usable.
The screen recorders from Rivulus and Hecorat also let you record the Android screen in multiple resolutions including 1280×720 and 1920×1080 pixels at 30 frames per second. The recorded screencast can display touches, there are no ads and you can record videos of unlimited length. These apps do however add their icons in the notification window while the recording is in progress.
Mobizen is an open-source Android screen recorder with a minimal and uncomplicated interface. It displays a 3-second countdown so you have enough time to hide the actual recorder app from the screencast. Also, you can stop a recording by simply tapping an invisible zone on your screen which is more convenient than tapping the app in the notification bar.
I also liked Rec. that has a very clean interface and allows you save your settings as separate presets. You can turn off the screen and it will stop the current recording session. You do however need to upgrade to show the screen touches and for recording the microphone audio.
Most of the screen capture programs for Android are similar but my absolute favorite is Telecine – it has just the features you need to be packed inside a simple interface. Also, there are no time limits, no ads and no watermarks in the recorded screencasts. I would also recommend Mirror, not for screencasting but if you are looking to mirror your phone screen on to your desktop computer.