Recording a call has at some point of saved most of us from being discredited in a later discussion. This is one of the most important modus operandi for whistleblowers, who use to expose corrupt personnel from the government and big businesses. Android users are blessed to have a plethora of recording apps available in their Play Store. On the other hand, the coding of iPhones makes it hard to find a decent application to record a call without jailbreaking it.
Recording and dispensing it later is a recognised crime in a number of countries, so be aware of your country’s law before you move on further. Now, back to the point, some third party apps have made it easier to record a telephonic conversation on Apple’s iPhones. Here’s a list of 5 best apps to record telephonic conversations on iPhone without jailbreaking.
An app developed by Epic Enterprises, TapeACall allows an iPhone user to record every incoming and outgoing call on his smartphone without no matter how long the duration of your call is. The app remains active in the background and the user can monitor and modify its process. Users also have an option to operate it from the notification. TapeACall is flexible enough to allow renaming and selecting the preferred location for saving it. This app also allows sharing a recorded call through email, Dropbox, Google Drive, Evernote, Twitter or even Facebook. Note that, the app is available for free only for a trial period, to avail the full version you need to buy the pro version.
Call Recorder – IntCall
Call Recorder from Telestar allows a user to record all sort of incoming and outgoing calls be it a local call or an international call. The recorded calls will be saved on the memory of the iPhone but it can be shared through any popular medium to anyone. IntCall also hides the contact number of the iPhone user and additionally it also shows you the roaming and pulse rates for international calls.
Callwrite is a simple to use an app, the app requires to be turned on for each and every calls so that annoying advertisement calls don’t end up consuming all your previous iPhone memory. However, there is a catch to listen to a conversation you need to open a link sent in a message from the Callwrite within three days of the call and download it from the link. Callwrite is a paid service and requires logging in everytime you want to download a recorded conversation.
Call Recorder Unlimited
Developed by TelTech Systems, this app is pretty much similar to the TapeACall. The app does the basic job like recording and saving, outgoing and incoming calls which can be later shared with anyone. Call Recorder Unlimited is also capable of translating texts and adjusting speech rates and audio quality from its menu. This app can be downloaded for free but most of its features work only after you sign up for its paid subscription.
As of now, Google Voice is available for iPhone users who are based in the USA. Google Voice offers its service for free and can record incoming calls from any region. However, a valid Google account is required to avail its services.
Well, these are out top five picks. Do let us know if you’ve a better App in mind. Adios.
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