How to Record Video Secretly on iPhone

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Mirage Labs has announced the release of MultiCorder for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. This app allows you to record video discreetly on your iOS device. This app provides wide angle video recording and various recording options such as spy mode, audio, front+back camera flipping, resolutions, zoom and audio frequencies. This app allows you to choose audio sampling rate from 22.5 Khz to 48 Khz in stereo or mono mode. You can see the estimated space consumed per minute of recording. It also allows you to compression video to save space. You can record videos secretly using the Spy Mode available in this app.

MultiCorder

Using this app you can lock frame rate to 25 fps, 24 fps, 20 fps, 15 fps. It can record audio in either stereo or mono mode. At the time of recording video, you can easily flip from back to front camera. This app allows you to record video with zoom in HD mode. This app comes with real time video zoom mode. It allows you to record video in 30 fps variable frame rate mode. It supports wide angle recording. After recording videos on your iPhone, you can share them with your friends via Facebook or YouTube.

This app allows you to record video in 13 different aspect ratios and 42 different resolutions. In order to install this app on your iOS device, first you have to tap on App Store icon from the iPhone Home Screen, then tap on search icon and type “MultiCorder” in the search field. Tap on “MultiCorder” from the search results. Now you have to tap on “Buy Now” button and then you have to sign in using your Apple ID or you can create a new Apple ID to download and install this app on your iPad.

This app is compatible with iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPod touch 4G, iPad 2 Wi-Fi and iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G. It requires iOS 4.2 or higher. MultiCorder is available worldwide exclusively through the App store in the Photography category. You can buy this app from App Store at a price of $2.99. Click here to download and get more information about MultiCorder.

Rudra

Rudra is an engineer and covers everything related to Apple. He keeps Techcular updated with latest Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Jailbreak articles.

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