AppSmartz’s Screen Recorder app crosses the 100,000-downloads mark on Google Play

AppSmartz’s Screen Recorder app crosses the 100,000-downloads mark on Google Play

One of the major milestones on the Google Play platform wishes to reach is 100,000 downloads of its app. It’s considered a good number to arrive at a genuine verdict about the app.

Our Screen Recorder app—allowing users to record a video of their phone screens in Full HD or take its screenshot in one click—recently reached the 100,000 milestones in just three months’ time. This milestone has come with not just a badge of quantity on Google Play but also of quality, reflected by the fact that Screen Recorder has an average user rating of 4.3 stars out of 5.

Now what sets Screen Recorder apart is its user-friendly interface which requires minimum clicks to complete the desired operation. The Notifications-Bar Widget and the Floating-Screen Widget increases its efficiency manifold and can be disabled easily to suit the user requirements.

Another great thing about this app is the plethora of customisation options it offers. You can adjust the video resolution, frame rate, bit rate and screen orientation as well as decide whether to record audio or not. It records videos with or without the front camera. The ‘Show Touch’ option along with the front-camera video, in one corner of the screen, is great for making any kind of tutorial/instructional videos wherein the taps/clicks on the phone screen are of the essence and you need to show your face to the viewer and interact with them.

Keeping in mind our social media habits, Screen Recorder has made sharing screenshots and videos a cakewalk, as it supports all major networking sites and email providers. And if you are a YouTube loyalist and/or operate a YouTube channel, rejoice! Because you can link your YouTube account with Screen Recorder anytime you want from within the app. Once done, posting a Screen Recorder video on YouTube is just a click away.

Now, given that Screen Recorder captures your phone screen, it is natural to question the privacy policy of the app, especially, in terms of where it stores the screenshots and videos you capture. It doesn’t store your files on any server. They are stored locally, on your phone’s internal or external memory card.

What’s more, Screen Recorder also allows you to trim your videos, thereby, ensuring you get a high-quality product.
Overall, Screen Recorder is worth a try. When you do, make sure you give your feedback. “We believe in constantly improving our products and services and take user feedback seriously. That is why we have made giving feedback a one-click job.