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Recording internal Android audio, Chrome productivity extensions, and more

Android took its sweet time to let you take screenshots without rooting — or downloading a GB worth o
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Recording internal Android audio, Chrome productivity extensions, and more
By Paolo Amoroso • Issue #13 • View online
Android took its sweet time to let you take screenshots without rooting — or downloading a GB worth of development tools and connecting the device to a desktop computer through a USB cable. The screenshot feature finally came with Android 4 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Years later, the upcoming version 11 will likely let you record the screen, too.
But, for the time being, something doesn’t work as well as it could: recording audio from apps. The article below explains how to do that.
— Paolo

Android
How to record your Android phone's internal audio
How to turn your Android device into a remote control for your smart home
Chrome and Chrome OS
Productivity extensions for Chrome
Managing notifications on your Chromebook
Stadia
How to get started using Google Stadia for free
Android apps
PhotoScan by Google Photos
Web apps
Productivity web apps for Chromebooks and Android
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