The new app captures videos of all real time action on Android smartphone’s and tablet’s screen. As you can see in the video posted by CyanogenMod developer Koushik “Koush” Dutta, there is support for audio as well.
Regular users and developers will be able to record screen activity of their devices, by simultaneously pressing volume up and the power button. They will also have the option of showing the movement of the finger on the display. Recording’s status will be shown in the notification area, with a stop function and an option to enable or disable the touch action.
The app will not be available as a standalone app for Android, so you’ll have to run a CyanogenMod edition ROM on your device to enjoy the Screen Recording feature. Although Koush did not specify an exact time the app will be available in CM, it is bound to happen soon.
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