Google Play Games now lets you record yourself playing Games on Android

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    The latest update to Google Play Games, allows users to record themselves playing Games on their Android devices. The incredible new feature is available for any game that users have installed on their Android devices including both Smartphones and Tablets.

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    Google lets its users to record themselves playing games is an on the edge innovation. You can record your gaming session. The recordings can be done on both 480p and 720p. Users can use their device's microphone and front facing cameras to record commentary of users as they play the game.

    Youtube is flooded with game reviews from Games on the Google Play store. It has become commonplace with a number of these YouTube videos having record videos that garners great interest in the Gamers.

    Google Play lets now you record yourself playing Games on Android

    Game reviews and videos are more popular with gamer's who use gaming consoles like the Xbox or the Sony Playstation. It still remains challenging to record live game videos on gaming consoles as they often require heavy software and up to date devices. Recording Game videos on Google Play Store's Game section is far more easy with this new update.

    The feature is a cutting edge technology from android. Gaming consoles can be very expensive and not something everybody owns unlike a smartphone. On the contrary, the smartphone is the first device that most people own and would play a game on. The new feature allows gamers to share their views on the game, besides sharing their experiences on YouTube.

    The Google Play Games new recording feature lends it a lot of accessibility and acceptability as it allows Gamers to become celebrities in their own right by sharing their independent views and experiences via YouTube. The new feature is currently available only in the US and UK and will be soon available in several other countries according to Google's official blog post.


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