Here's something we don't really get to see every day. An app which previously required a jailbroken device to work has gone live on the iTunes App Store. Apparently it somehow made its way on there regardless of the eagle eye that scrutinizes every app that is submitted for submission on App Store. Display Recorder for iPhone, iPad or iPod touch be downloaded right now from App Store.
All that controversy aside, if you have a device that is not jailbroken and are looking for a way to record the display of your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, I suggest you go ahead and download this app right now before Apple pulls it from App Store. Why will Apple pull it? Apps which mimic the functionality of iOS are not permitted for submission on App Store, though slip ups like this happen occasionally.
Using hardware accelerated video encoding, Display Recorder for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch records the display of your iOS device. Unlike the Ryan Petrich offering, the video clip is readily available to be shared online as it is saved in a readily accessible format, something which the jailbreak app lacks. The app is pretty neat, a universal binary and is priced at $1.99.
Download Display Recorder for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch [App Store Link]