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This article was published on June 17, 2015

New Samsung app records your best gaming moments, but doesn’t play nice with other Android phones

New Samsung app records your best gaming moments, but doesn’t play nice with other Android phones
Abhimanyu Ghoshal
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At the E3 gaming conference, Samsung announced the launch of Game Recorder+, a new Android app that lets you record gameplay from mobile titles in Full HD. Unfortunately, it only works with Samsung devices.

The app lets you capture footage in-game, trim your videos, capture audio and video commentary using your device’s front camera and mic, optimize games for better performance and upload videos directly to YouTube.

Game Recorder+ is compatible only with Samsung’s Galaxy S6, S6 edge, Galaxy S5, Note 4, S4, Note 3 and Note 2 phones. However, if you own a non-Samsung device that runs Android Lollipop, you can try Kamcord’s newly launched app instead.

➤ Game Recorder+ [Android]

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