Techsmith's Coach's Eye app may have been designed for coaches and athletes to analyze athletic performance but it harbors a lot of potential for any teaching situation. It is also one a very select number of apps on the Android platform that can be used to annotate video or flip learning.
I have been looking long and hard to find an app on the Android platform that let me draw on a white board but record my annotations and narrations. This app does that with only just a little McGyver-ing. Not only does it bring the functionality of apps from the iOS side like ScreenChomp or ShowMe, it also lets you annotate and narrate over moving images (what it was designed for).
The first example here is a video I shot with the app of a 1st grade student creating a room in KidPix. I was able to easily narrate what the student is doing while the video plays. If I had so chosen, I could have paused, rewound, fast-forwarded, or even used slow motion. None of those were really necessary though in this case.
Here is where my discovery came today. I realized that if I just recorded a white surface, this app becomes that elusive tool where I could draw, talk, and explain. The following is a clip I created with Coach's Eye.
Coach's Eye is $4.99 in the Google Play Store.