There are a variety of reasons why you might want to record a phone call – and you should be able to do that relatively easy. While some models come with all the necessary functionality built in (like iPhone 6S and Samsung Galaxy S6), while others may require some extra work.
In this post, we look at how to enable the call recording features for any Android and iOS phone.
Note: Before proceeding with any call recording, make sure that your country and state legally allow the action. The legislation on the issue is different from region to region and some countries may require the consent of both parties when making phone conversation recordings.
Recording Phone Calls On An Android
With most Android phones, in order to enable call recordings, you will need to download an app. There are a few to try: Automatic Call Recorder, Another Call Recorder, Total Recall and others. Some of the apps are free, while others offer packages at a price. Whichever app you choose, what happens next is pretty much straightforward.
Just as with Android devices, you will also need to get a third-party app from the App Store. TapeACall Lite is a good option (according to PCAdvisor) that let you try out the service for free – even though you will be promptly asked to pay for the full version – Lite only lets you listen to 60 seconds of a phone call.
Other than that, it’s pretty much the same thing: