Android 14 will allow you to make a screen recording of a single application in which neither the status bar nor incoming notifications will appear.
In the past Google I/O 2023 the Mountain View company announced some of the news that will reach our phones with Android 14but little by little we are discovering new functions that will have the next android version and some of them will be very useful on a day-to-day basis.
Well, in this sense, we have just met, thanks to the medium 9to5GoogleAndroid 14 will improve screen recording with a new feature that it will make it easy for you to make a single app video.
Android 14 will allow you to make a partial screen recording of a single app and free of notifications
Android 14 will improve the screen recording functionality with the possibility of record a single application and without displaying any UI elements, including the status bar and incoming notifications. Thus, as you can see in the screenshots that we leave you under these lines, when you access the screen recording option in Android 14, a drop-down menu will appear at the top in which you can choose between record the entire screen or record a single application.
If you choose this last option and click on start recordingA pop-up window will appear at the bottom from which you can select one of the apps you have used recently or any of the applications that you have installed on your Android smartphone.
As you can see in the videos that accompany the Twitter thread that the well-known leaker Mishaal Rahman has recently shared showing this functionality and that we leave you under these lines, although during the recording of the screen the status bar and incoming notifications are shown , the resulting video omits all those elements of the Android interface displaying only the application that you are recording.
Handy: I finally got this fully working, so here’s a full demo of Android 14’s new partial screen recording feature.
This feature allows you to record a single app without any system UI elements or notifications appearing on the video!
(Resulting video in follow-up answer.) pic.twitter.com/T7cCFJK13N
—Mishaal Rahman (@MishaalRahman) May 19, 2023
This is a novelty that makes the screen recording function much more useful, since it will allow you to record an application in a clean way without incoming notifications and, in addition, it will not be seen how you pull down the notification panel to stop recording.
It is not yet 100% confirmed that this new screen recording feature will officially reach Android 14, but it is very likely that it will be. one of the novelties that Google includes in the first stable variant of the new version of Android.