Screen Recorder comes to iPhone and iPod Touch

By | July 27th, 2010

Tired of recording your iPhone screen by mounting camera on your head? Screen Recorder for iPhone is a good news for iPhone lovers and developers who publishes various demos and How-TOs for Apple iPhone. From now on, you don’t need a dedicated camera to record the events on iPhone screen. Simply download the app and it will record the screen for you.

ScreenRecorder application is available on Cydia that captures your iPhone and iPod Touch screen allowing you to share tutorials, demos or anything you want with others. The app comes at a price of $1.99 which is worth spending for something that removes you out of your misery. Here’s a guide to install the app on your iPhone/iPod Touch device:

What you need to have:

  1. Jailbroken iPhone with Cydia installed
  2. Internet access on the device
  3. $1.99 for ScreenRecorder

What you need to do:

  1. Open Cydia and allow it to load data
  2. Click on Sections tab and then click Utilities
  3. In the utilities section, you’ll find ScreenRecorder package
  4. Complete the purchasing procedure


Recording video is simpler than it may seem, open the ScreenRecorder app and touch the record button. The app will exist and start recording the screen in the background after 5 seconds. To stop the recording reopen the app and click Stop button. You can locate the recorded video at this location: /var/mobile/Media/ScreenRecorder. Here’s a sample video recorder using the screen recorder app

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