Samsung’s has used the gaming hype-athon that is E3 2015 to unveil a new app designed to record mobile gaming.
While game recorders are fairly ubiquitous on PC and consoles, finding ways to do it on your handset is a little more difficult.
Samsung hopes to rectify that however, launching an Android app that’s aptly named Game Recorder+.
As you’d expect, it records your game in Full HD quality, and saves it to your local storage.
You can then use the app to edit the video. For instance, clipping out that ill-placed Tetris block or horrendously mis-timed Flappy Bird flap. Videos can also be directly uploaded to YouTube.
There’s also a “game boost” feature, which can optimise your device’s memory to improve handset performance during gameplay.
Amusingly, Game Recorder+ also allows users to record their own face during gameplay. That way, you can see exactly how stupid your concentration face is during an intense Crossy Road traffic-dodging session.
You can also record touch interactions, so you can find out exactly where you were tapping. That might come in handy for analysing gameplay to improve your skills.
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Unfortunately, there’s a big caveat that dampens our excitement about Samsung’s new software.
If you don’t have a Samsung device, why not check out our smartphone group test video to see how the Galaxy S6 stacks up against its rivals?