Loom: Screen Recorder 4+

Video captions and transcripts

Loom, Inc

    • 4.8 • 10.4K Ratings
    • Free



Record your screen or camera with one tap. Share that content in an instant with a link.

Loom for iOS is the fastest, easiest way to record content on-the-go and stay connected with your team. Whether you’re screen recording product demos, giving feedback, or simply sharing your thoughts, Loom makes it simple to stay in the loop with async video.

Over 14 million people across 200,000 companies use Loom to record, share, and review asynchronous video. From HubSpot, to Atlassian, to Netflix, Loom is the screen recording and collaboration tool of choice for top companies.

Using Loom, you can collaborate with your team, add time-stamped comments and reactions to those videos, and save videos you’ve recorded to your device. Now, you can spend less time crafting the perfect email in-between meetings, and say it with video using Loom for iOS.

• Record your screen, camera, microphone, and internal audio
• Automatically save videos to the cloud and share them instantly with a link
• Get notified when someone views, reacts, or comments on your video
• Leave time-based comments and emoji reactions
• Manage your Loom video library on-the-go and across devices
• Choose who can see your video with security and access controls
• Download recordings to your camera roll
• Adjust video playback speed
• Edit and trim your video using the Loom web app

Loom is the leading video communication platform for async work. Engineered for simplicity and speed, you can record, watch, and share videos to move work forward whether you're at your desk or on the move.

"Why are we all trapped in enterprise chat apps if we talk 6x faster than we type, and our brain processes visual info 60,000x faster than text?...now is the time for Loom." – TechCrunch

"It fills this gap between writing an email and taking the time to have a meeting or conference...it's rare to have something that's low friction and high impact, while also adding personal connection." – Forbes

“Asynchronous video is catching on fast, and Loom thinks it's going to change the way we work. And maybe do everything else, too.” – Protocol

What’s New

Version 121.0.0

Laying the foundation for some really awesome autocompletion AI features and UI updates.

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
10.4K Ratings

10.4K Ratings

Eaford ,

Efficiently personable

Been using Loom for about a year now. When I started using it didn’t think it would be as useful/ how excited about video recording could I get?

But now I use it a dozen times a day for trainings, quick video messages (esp for something special like bday or work anniversary), giving an overview of a project to someone not in my time zone, or even recording a screen conversation between me and someone.

Now with the transcription feature, documentation creation from training videos is so fast and easy!! Is a top 3 productivity tool for me that I now can’t work without.

shesjustthegirl ,

Wastes 4 hours of my life filming videos I can’t view

Signed up for an account. Pretty familiar with how to use from previous job. Made my first video from desktop app saw the preview on the website after it uploaded. Went on to do 4 more videos over the course of a few hours to train the new hires at my small business. The more videos I did, the slower and glitchier it seemed to get. I didn’t think anything of it until I went to my library after I was done to upload to my team workspace. Received an error message. Followed all the steps about uninstalling, reinstalling. The desktop app allows me to create more videos but no matter where I try to sign into to view them, it won’t let me view. Tried to download the app, and I can’t get past the log in page. It seems as though it’s going to sign me in and then it doesn’t. Takes me back to the first app welcome screen to log in or sign up again. The app and website are totally useless. But yet the chrome extension and desktop app let me waste my time just fine

Defrockedz ,

iOS app Half Baked

I’ve been using Loom for awhile now. Huge fan of the platform. When it comes to the iOS application though . . . it appears that it was designed only for content creation? When members of my team send me a loom and I open the link on my iOS device it opens in chrome (the whole interface works in safari but chrome is my default browser) and in the chrome mobile version there is no ability to respond (no option to open in loom). When I open the app, there is no ability to search for the shared video or even paste a link to the shared video (even though we are in the same business account). The business account folders do not even show on the iOS app.

Great that you can record and quickly share but you loose a significant power of the platform without the collaboration piece and access to all your content.

App Privacy

The developer, Loom, Inc, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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