Kamcord for Android lets you easily record and share gaming videos without root
By Daniel P.
Jun 12, 2015, 7:17 AM
Kamcord, the first and arguably the easiest way to record and share your mobile gaming sessions, is finally available for Android handsets, after chilaxing on iOS for a while. At long last, your grandiose Clash of Clans sessions, or weird Minecraft creations, can be saved and shared for other gamers and potential girlfriends to marvel at.
Wait, what girlfriends, but Kamcord is seriously good at what it does, though not every game title is supported. The most popular ones are in, though, and the Kamcord devs are constantly adding new games. The best part is that the video recording of your favorite titles doesn't require root, and you can share the footage on Whatsapp and other venues. The profile section is a given, too, letting you amass many followers that marvel at your gaming skills, or simply borrow a trick or two.
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