Looking for some reliable screen recording apps to use on your Android? The collection below has you covered. It features some of the best Android screen recorders out there. You can use these apps to create instructional tutorials, step by step guides, video presentations, demos, training videos, screencasts, and many more. Besides screen recording, these apps also offer powerful editing features that enable you to edit your videos the way you want. You can, for instance, trim parts of your videos, remove or blur sensitive information, add audio and music to your videos, adjust playback speed, and many more.

Alternatively, if you have an Android 11 or up you can opt to use the built-in screen recording feature without having to install a third party app (using one of the screen recording apps below will definitely empower you with way more features, though). Here is how to record your Android screen and to learn more check out Android Help.
“Swipe down twice from the top of your screen.Tap Screen record .You might need to swipe right to find it.If it’s not there, tap Edit  and drag Screen record  to your Quick Settings.Choose what you want to record and tap Start. The recording begins after the countdown.To stop recording, swipe down from the top of the screen and tap the Screen recorder notification .” 

1- Explain Everything

Explain Everything is another good whiteboard app for Android. The app has been around for some years now and it proved its efficiency as among the best whiteboarding applications out there. Explain Everything provides access to a host of interesting features including: the ability to express your ideas using various tools such as drawing, writing, sketching, screen sharing, and live presenting. 

The app’s interactive whiteboard is also great for recording screencasts and explainer videos to use in flipped classrooms. The app can capture everything that happens on the screen and provides you with the tools to edit your recording the way you want. You can trim, cut, and delete parts and share your final video presentation as MP4. 

Other features provided by Explain Everything include: integration with third party platforms such as Google Drive, Dropbox, and OneDrive allowing users to easily import/export materials from/to these applications; the ability to insert different materials into your interactive whiteboard (e.g., sketches, images, Gifs, shapes, equations, text boxes, sticky notes, etc); scan documents and edit them the way you want, screen share your whiteboard presentations using tools such as Zoom or Microsoft Teams, and many more.

Device requirement: Android 8.0 and up. Content rating: 3+

2. Screen Recorder

Screen Recorder, by Screencast-O-Matic, is another great screencasting whiteboard app that allows you to record your Android screen and create educational tutorials and screencasts. Some of the main features it offers include: the ability to record your screen or facecam or both, voice commentary and dubs through microphone, the ability to record facecam into existing video for picture to picture (PIP), add reaction cam to videos, add music (e.g., from iTunes, music library, your device. etc) to your videos, apply video filters, insert various types of texts and styles, blur unwanted sections, trim and cut video clips, cut parts of the video, add voice narration, merge recordings, share final product through text or on social media, and more.

Device requirement: Android 8.0 and up. Content rating: 3+

3. AZ Screen Recorder

AZ Screen Recorder is a good screen recorder app for Android. It helps you create slick recordings of your Android screen and create educational tutorials. It offers a host of powerful features including screen capture, screen video recorder, video editor, live stream screen, unlimited recording time, game recorder in full HD, record screen as GIF, and more. Using the the app’s video editor you will be able to trim videos, convert video to GIF, merge video clips, add background music, add subtitles to videos, extract images from videos, crop videos, compress videos, and more. AZ Screen Recorder also offers a powerful image editor that lets you crop images and remove unwanted parts, combine numerous images into a single image, blur sensitive informations in images, add text or draw on images, and more.

Device requirement: Android 5.0 and up. Content rating: 3+

4. Apowersoft Screen Recorder

Apowersoft Screen Recorder is another popular screen record app for Android. Some of the interesting functionalities it offers include: the ability to record screen with audio, record front camera allowing you to add your face to screencasts, overplay icon that lets you easily record on any app in your phone, built-in trim that helps you trim unwanted parts of your video, cast phone screen to computer, and more.

Device requirement: Android 5.0 and up. Content rating: 3+

5. Loom

Loom is another great screen record app for Android. I have been using the desktop version for quite sometime now I really love it. The app also provides a set of powerful features that let you easily record your Android screen and create instructional tutorials. Some of these features including the ability to record screen and internal audio, record camera, leave time-based comments and emoji reactions, edit and trim your videos the way you want, adjust playback speed, receive notifications when someone views or interacts with your videos, videos are automatically saved to the cloud, share videos using a generated link, and more.

Device requirement: Android 8.0 and up. Content rating: 3+