Here’s how to record screen video on Apple’s iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and iPad Air 2
A look over to the other side of the fence where is green world of Android, we have seen how Google has recently enabled screen video recording and there are now many apps that allow you to easily capture footage from your display. Unfortunately, in the otherwise rich Apple ecosystem such apps are missing. Luckily, there is a solution.
The easiest way to record your iPhone or iPad screen on video is a paid program called Reflector. Conveniently, it works wirelessly via AirPlay, and good news is that it outputs perfectly smooth 30fps videos in both apps and games.
Reflector basically mirrors your iPhone and/or iPad display to a Mac, Windows and even Android. A right click on the mirrored windows brings up the option to start recording the on-screen actions - when you’re done recording just hit the stop button, and that’s all it takes. Reflector comes with a 7-day trial that you can use to see what the app is all about, while for further use you’d need to pay $12.99 for a single license.
Is the price worth it? If you’re serious about recording your screen video - yes. There is simply no other user-friendly alternative out there. We've included a step-by-step tutorial for Winows PCs in the slideshow right below, follow the steps below to record your screen video on any iPhone and iPad model including the iPhone 5s, iPhone 5, iPhone 4s, iPad Air, iPad mini with Retina display, etc.
Here’s how to record screen video on Apple’s iPhone and iPad
1. Navigate over to Reflector's website:
Hit the try button for a demo, or the buy button to purchase the full version
2. Download the program
3. It will appear in the taskbar on Windows (running in the background initially)
5. Now, pick up your iPhone or iPad
6. Enable mirroring to your PC in the AirPlay menu
7. Right away, you should see a picture of your iOS device mirrored on your Windows/Mac
1. iGeek (Posts: 163; Member since: 15 Mar 2013)
I bought Reflector and I have to say its worth every single penny :)
3. kalloud (Posts: 120; Member since: 21 Jun 2012)
"Perfectly smooth 30fps"
60fps is very very smooth but not "perfectly" smooth, but 30fps!?
5. wastemytime (Posts: 1; Member since: 03 Aug 2014)
Dell dimension doesn't have a preference this one thing that apple maybe be losing you cmt record the iPad/iPod but Samsung/android in them you probably can