Record iPhone’s Screen With Display Recorder from App Store
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Have you ever wanted to record iPhone screen without being jailbroken?
Display Recorder has just hit the App Store, an iPhone/iPod Touch and iPad app by developed by Bugun Software which lets you record your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad screen in real time. It costs you $1.99 and can be purchased from iTunes App Store. Purchase Display Recorded on App Store.
The app’s name is the same as Ryan Petrich’s app on Cydia Store and it does the same thing, recording iPhone screen for jailbroken devices. However, they’re both different apps.
And Ryan Petrich, famous iOS developer for jailbreak community just tweeted that he filed a complaint over Bugun Software using his app’s name.
Filed my first complaint in iTunes Connect today.DisplayRecorder in the App Store is not mine in spite of it using the same marketing
— Ryan Petrich (@rpetrich) June 18, 2012
Display Recorder app from the App Store does however contain a few features that the Cydia counterpart lacks.
First, the app records audio from the iPhone’s microphone and merges it with the recorded video.
Second, the app records in a format that is instantly available to view on your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad, unlike the Display Recorder from Cydia.
Third, It uses little resources and doesn’t limit you in terms of the video length.
For more information check out our video demonstration below.
Current version has bug with some Region Format, in that case, Display Recorder cannot record video. If you cannot record video, please change your Region Format to United States Region Format.
List of features available on DisplayRecorder:
1. Records directly to high quality H264 mp4.
2. Records both video & audio.
3. On-device YouTube uploading.
4. Adjustable video orientation & quality settings.
5. Adjustable audio quality settings.
6. Export recorded video to Photo Library.
7. Hardware accelerated video encoding.
Display Recorder uses little resources, you’re not limited in the video length, and it is generally much more stable. The app also allows you to export your videos directly to YouTube.
If I were you, I’d act now: Apple may pull Display Recorder at a moment’s notice since Apple prohibits apps that mimic the native iOS functionality. Post your review of Display Recorder app on the comment section below.
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