Recently the folks over at CyanogenMod had announced that they would release a new app soon which will allow users to record the screen of their Android devices, along with audio. The app has finally been released on the Google Play Store through the beta channel. CyanogenMod Screencast app has a simple feature set, the ultimate goal is to make it easier for users to record screens of their devices whenever they want. The feature set is actually better than other similar apps that are already available in the Play Store.
There are some things that need to be done before the CyanogenMod Screencast app can be installed. First, users will have to install the latest CyanogenMod 11 nightly ROMs, then they will need to join the CyanogenMod community as well as the beta program. Only then will they be able to get this app to run. No use of installing this application on an Android device that is not running a CM11 custom ROM, it just won’t work. Once installed, users simply press the power and volume up buttons at the same time to start screen recording with voice. CyanogenMod Screencast app is available as a free download, it has gone live on the Google Play Store.
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