How to film your Android game adventures and upload the footage on YouTube Gaming

How to film your Android game adventures and upload the footage on YouTube Gaming
Gaming is among smartphone users' greatest joys. Google knows it, and that's why it came up with YouTube Gaming, a service in the vein of popular game streaming sites like Twitch. After all, when Amazon snagged Twitch under Google's nose, building their own competing service on the back of YouTube must have seemed like a solid decision!

Thus, Big G worked hard and delivered YouTube Gaming via an update to the Google Play Games app, letting Android users easily film their adventures with a live feed from their front cam and mic, edit the footage and throw it onto YouTube for the world to see!

If following after PewDiePie's steps is something you're interested in, we'll show you how the magic happens. By the way, video recording isn't limited to games, it lets you record anything you wish! Thanks to WonderHowTo's Dallas Thomas for keying us in on this wonderful piece of functionality.



1. Baracus

Posts: 223; Member since: Sep 15, 2012

Update isn't available for me yet.

2. Ordinary

Posts: 2454; Member since: Apr 23, 2015

3. Hexa-core

Posts: 2131; Member since: Aug 11, 2015

That's the beauty of Android! You can get an apk from any source and not being restricted to the officiail App Store... unlike iJail OS.

4. AlikMalix unregistered

Yeah, I hate it when iOS just allows anyone that owns an iOS device get an update right away. Because it's so much better to dig thru for your updates (if you get lucky). It's so much fun to have to jump thru hoops to get what's currently available to others but for some reason not your device. Dude that's another solution to androids problems. iOS doesn't have this problem to even need to dig for fragments of updates you did not receive. There some of android that has its pluses... But this is not "Beauty of android"... This is a workaround to a problem that iOS uses don't experience.

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