The 7 Best Apps for Screen Recording

We often encounter situations where we want to record the screens of smartphones that we use in almost every aspect of our lives. Apple offers a successful solution for screen recording for iPhones and iPads. Offering a screen recording feature within the iOS operating system, Apple allows users to record screens very easily.

On the Android side, we see that some leading manufacturers successfully offer the screen recording feature. However, most manufacturers still do not offer a screen recording feature for their smartphones. In this article, we have gathered the best apps for screen recording for both those who are looking for an alternative for iPhone and those who want to find the best screen recorders for Android.

AZ Screen Recorder

Price: Free / $2.99

Being a root-free app, AZ Screen Recorder is basically a free app that allows you to record games, video calls, video tutorials and more. AZ Screen Recorder, which offers some of its features in its premium version, also has features such as pausing and resuming the recording. 

As one of the best screen recorders for Android, it allows you to take high-quality videos (1080p, 12Mbps, 60FPS) with no recording time limit. If you prefer, you can record internal or external audio for your gameplay recording. 

The app also lets you edit your recording’s format, audio, and size, as well as add subtitles to your video and combine multiple videos into one. If you wish, you can also use the app to stream your screen to Twitch, Facebook or YouTube.

AZ Screen Recorder on Google Play

Google Play Games

Price: Free

Google Play, the official game store of Google, offers a special app for games. The app called Google Play Games not only transfers game scores, but also allows you to take screen recordings when you play games. It offers the opportunity to record screens with 480 and 720 pixel resolutions and share them. 

Google Play Games on Google Play


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Mobizen Screen Recorder

Mobizen Screen Recorder, which is one of the most important apps of the Android platform when it comes to screen recording, comes to the fore thanks to its free and easy use. The Mobizen Screen Recorder app, which offers 60 Fps video recording in HD resolution, is one of the best apps for screen recording with its features such as pausing and resuming recording at any time, starting to use without registration, and video editing.

Mobizen on Google Play

Mobizen on the App Store

DU Recorder

Price: Free / $2.99

DU Recorder, which allows you to record your smartphone screen, also lets you edit the recording. The app, which can record videos in different resolutions and 60 Fps, also allows you to livestream on platforms such as Twitch and YouTube. The video editing options are also quite sufficient and the app also supports Replaykit for livestreaming directly from Replaykit-compatible games.

DU Recorder on the App Store

Twitch

Price: Free

If you are looking for an app for screen recording in order to stream your gameplay, game streaming platforms like Twitch and YouTube Gaming that also supports mobile are the best. In Twitch, after you stream your game play as usual, you can download the footage. However, Twitch and other video game live streaming platforms work only best for game related screen recording so if you need something for apps or other screens, it’s better to consider other apps on the list.  

Twitch on Google Play

Twitch on the App Store


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XRecorder

Next in our list of the best apps for screen recording is XRecorder, a highly popular screen recorder that allows you to record gameplay or anything you need with no watermark, no root needed, and no recording time limit. You can edit your videos with internal audio recording and export them with custom settings including 240p to 1080p, 60FPS, and 12Mbps. The app also allows you to live stream on YouTube and via RTMP. 

XRecorder on Google Play

Vysor

A little different from the other apps on our list, the Vysor app is not just a screen recording app. You can also use the app, which allows you to control your smartphone via your computer, for your remote assistance needs.

Vysor on Google Play

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