A Child Uses A iPad Air Tablet At The Apple Store.
A child uses an iPad Air tablet at the Apple store in San Francisco, California November 1, 2013. Reuters

Google Play Games has just announced that mobile gamers can now record and share their gameplay with others. There is a new feature that will allow gamers to share their saved gameplay directly from their Android gaming units.

Gamers will only have to figure out what game they’d like to play considering Google's Play Games app is filled to brim with loads of various games in different genres, according to the Official Android Blogspot. Once that’s done, there’s a record button that needs to be tapped.

By doing this, gameplay will be saved immediately. This way, gamers can boast about how they managed to beat a game boss or simply show off how amazing their world looks like in Minecraft: Pocket Edition.

What makes this new feature even more attractive is there’s a commentary portion, as mentioned by Tech Times. By using the front-facing camera of their mobile device and turning on the microphone, gamers can easily add a commentary to the gameplay they recorded.

Gameplays will be recorded either in 720p or 480p. The video can be edited as soon as the recording and the optional commentary is completed.

Plus, gamers can also upload the video right to YouTube. Once uploaded, the video can also be shared with other social channels, much like any YouTube video.

This new feature from Play Games was expected of Google. After all, it was only a matter of time before the tech company decided to join the gaming video bandwagon. Twitch remains famous among gamers while YouTube Gaming was launched only recently.

It must be noted that over 144 billion minutes of gaming on livestreams are watched on YouTube every month. That said, Google Play Games' new feature will certainly help by adding more content to the platform.

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