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Recording your Android screen

Practicing Google
Recording your Android screen
By Paolo Amoroso • Issue #55 • View online
I bought my first Android phone in 2009, a year after the launch of the first consumer Android device.
A feature of the rival iOS I was envious of is taking screenshots. Google took its time to provide the feature which came in 2011 with Android 4 Ice Cream Sandwich. Google took more to release native screen recording in 2020 with Android 11. By then, however, there were many built-in and third-party solutions.
This issue’s opening article rounds up the main Android screen recording solutions.
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How to record your phone screen on an Android phone
Chrome and Chrome OS
How to preserve your Chrome Tab Groups after restarting your computer
The artist’s guide to sketching and drawing on a Chromebook
Google Sheets, Stadia
How to create a grid chart In Google Sheets
How to set up Stadia family sharing
Android apps
Screen Mirror
Web apps
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