Recording screencasts on your iPhone isn’t very doable unless you have a Mac running Yosemite or are willing to shell out $40 (or more) on an app that lets you bite screencasts with it. your Windows PC. There are ways to do this if you have a jailbroken device, but for those of us running our iPhones on vanilla iOS, a Mac is almost always necessary. At times like this, you have to give back to the gaming community. Watching the crowd envy is unusually popular, so much so that it has inspired the launch of various services (like Twitch) that allow people to earn currency by streaming their fun. This same community has inspired many amazing apps to bite your screen including Shou.Tv it’s free and doesn’t require a jailbroken device. You must have iOS 8.3 or higher running on your device.

To bite into your screen, you’ll install two apps from; a print app and a streaming app. The registration app will not be downloaded from the App Store. You should also note that the app cannot bite from a “full screen” app. Examples of full screen apps are Infinity Blade, King of Thieves, Temple Run, and Angry Birds to name a few.

Install the Shou.Tv print app

Safari Bay and enter at the URL counter. When prompted, tap Entrust and install the app.

Install Shou.Tv streaming app

Then launch the newly installed app on your phone. You will be prompted to install the Shou.Tv streaming app. You need to install the app if you want to connect and register with the app you just installed.

Recording your screencast

Once you’re signed into the streaming app, tap the print app (the one you downloaded through Safari first) and tap comply. The app advises you to enable AssistiveTouch for biting games, but it doesn’t work for everyone (according to our tests). You can choose not to enable it and it will still be recorded.

Tap Refrain, then give your video a name and choose the app you want to comply with (both are optional). The other settings on this screen are much more important; select the format (MP4 or MOV), set the orientation and choose the resolution. Start printing. When there is another app running in the background, there will be a red bar at the top to indicate that it is running.

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Once you’re done, go back to the app and hit the film reel **** at the top right of the app’s home screen, select a video and save it to your camera roll.


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