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This article was published on June 2, 2015


Kamcord’s Android app lets you record footage from any game on your mobile device

Kamcord’s Android app lets you record footage from any game on your mobile device
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Kamcord has launched its Android app that lets you record in-game footage from any title on your device, provided you’re running Lollipop.

The company’s technology previously required game developers to integrate it into their releases, but the app now works with any title. You can add sound and record your voice to include in your videos.

Kamcord

The app lets you share your creations with Kamcord’s community and also lets you watch videos made by other users.

Kamcord says it’s working on title-agnostic recording for iOS and support for live-streaming mobile game footage.

Kamcord [Android | iOS] (via VentureBeat)

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