Google recently released the second beta update for the new operating system. Apparently, the company aims to prioritize screen recording privacy with Android 14. Currently the screen recording function in stock Android allows you to turn off audio recording and hide touches.
The new version will allow you to limit it to a single app or hide sensitive information such as notifications while recording. When you touch the application screen recording, a page with the applications you recently opened appears. When you exit the application during recording, the screen goes black until you return to the application, so that your actions outside of that application are not recorded.
We knew there were some privacy features in Samsung One UI, but this is the first time we’ve seen it working natively on Android. So what do you think about the increase in screen recording privacy with Android 14?
Source: Technopat by www.technopat.net.
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