Google Is Working On Per-App Recording Feature
The Android Beta Program is a great way for Pixel users to try out new OS features coming to their phones before a public release. On the other hand, the company constantly works to add new features and improve the currently available features to maintain the popularity of Android OS. Now, the search tech giant is working on Per-App Recording Feature.
The company reportedly introduced support for the “partial screen recording” feature with Android 13 QPR1 Beta 1, and as per the latest information, the search tech giant is working on improving Android’s built-in screen recorder so that users can record specific apps instead of the entire screen.
Now, when you start a screen recording session on your Pixel, everything on display gets captured, which can be a privacy risk. To avoid this, Google is working on a per-app recording feature.
Google Per-App Recording Feature:
Yesterday, well-known technical editor Mishaal Rahman shared a few pictures on his Twitter account, confirming that the company is working on a per-app recording feature. As these images indicate, the Screen Recording option will provide users with a dropdown toggle, allowing them to choose between recording the entire screen or a single app.
- Record the entire screen: It will also include toggles for recording audio and showing touches on the screen.
- Record a single app: This feature will allow you to select apps with preview thumbnails of recently opened apps. Here you can choose an app to start screen recording, which is limited to that app’s view instead of the entire screen.
Google Per-App Recording Feature: Expected Release date –
Please note that this feature is still in the development stage. So, we expect a partial screen recording with the March 2023 Pixel feature drop, but we don’t have an official confirmation as of now.
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