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Recorded with Reflector: Candy Crush Saga

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This week's Recorded with Reflector video of the week is an app that is no stranger to the gaming world. That's right, it's Candy Crush Saga!

Candy Crush Saga is a well-known app that has taken the mobile gaming world by storm, as it currently ranks fourth in the top grossing mobile games. It even won the People’s Choice Awards for Favorite Mobile Game. We can’t argue with those results, we’re just as addicted as everyone else!

You can download Candy Crush Saga for free in the App Store or in the Google Play Store

Note: While the game can be played completely through without spending money, players can buy special actions to help clear more difficult boards.

How to record with Reflector 2:

  1. Wirelessly connect your iOS device to your Mac or PC.

Pro tip: You can also mirror and record Android gameplay by connecting to Reflector using the built-in Google Home Cast technology on your Android device.  

  1. There are two ways to record your mobile device once it’s wirelessly mirrored to the Reflector software on your computer. You may click the “Record” button on the top left of the mirrored device (shown below). Alternatively, you can begin recording from within the Reflector menu (the little orange icon at the top of the image below).

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  1. Once you are done recording your iOS device, press the “Stop” button. Then select where to save the MP4 file on your Mac or PC.

Learn more about the Reflector 2 screen-mirroring app

 

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