How to record your iPad’s screen
Because of security and protection concerns, Apple doesn’t permit any applications to record your iOS gadget’s screen. In the event that noxious, an application could hypothetically keep recording even after you believe it’s off, permitting it to catch record and secret word data that you enter on your gadget.
Programming like Good Screen Recorder Lite and Reflector will give you a chance to record your iPad and iPhone screens, yet they will just work through a PC, and for the most part at an expense. At that point there are Cydia applications that give you a chance to screen record right from your iOS gadget, however to do so you need to have jailbreak first.
There is another choice, however, and it’s called Shou, from Shou.TV, which permits you to screen record straightforwardly from your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch—without having to escape or utilize a PC. This application is not accessible in the iOS App Store, so you will be side loading it like we’ve done before in the past for computer game emulators like NDS4iOS and GBA4iOS.
This will work with both iOS 7 and iOS 8 gadgets.
Step 1: Install Emu4iOS Store
Simply from your iOS gadget, download and install your Emu4iOS Store. From the Emu4iOS Store, you’ll have the capacity to download applications that are not in the official iOS App Store, without having to escape your gadget.
Once the application is done introducing, open Emu4iOS and tap on Trust. Try not to stress, nothing awful will happen to your gadget.
Step 2: Next Install Shou
You’ll discover a few applications accessible through Emu4iOS, however the one we need here is Shou, the screen recording application you have to download—tap on it, then Choose Install option.
A popup will show up requesting that you affirm establishment—choose Install to complete the procedure.
Step 3: Now, screen Record, Play, and Save
So as to utilize Shou, you’ll have to agree to a record utilizing your email, Facebook, or Google+ certifications. To begin a screen recording, tap on Start Recording—you’ll see a red Shou flag at the highest point of your screen demonstrating that recording is right now dynamic.
Note that with a specific end goal to record full-screen diversions and recordings, you’ll have to allow Assistive Touch by going to Settings – > General – > Accessibility, then flipping Assistive Touch on.
To finish the recording, either click on the red pennant, or backpedal to Shou and select Stop Recording. Slide over to the Recording tab to see the recording you’ve made, play them inside the application, play them with another application, spare them to your Camera Roll, or erase them through and through.
Tap on Open In… to open the video in another application (Vine, iFile, and so forth.) or to share it through AirDrop or email. When you spare a video, you’ll have the capacity to view it from your Camera Roll.
Underneath you can see what the playback looks like for a full-screen diversion and video from my Camera Roll, with the Assistive Touch switch towards the base right of the screen (since that is the best way to legitimately record amusements and recordings).
With respect to issues, the main time I experienced slack was when recording superior quality recordings on YouTube, yet of course, why might you need to record a YouTube video in any case?
Other than that, Shou is exceptionally clear, straightforward, and works amazingly well to show off some tips and traps in applications and amusements—let us realize what you think in the remarks underneath.