May 11, 2018

How to record calls any iPhone or Android device

It's so sad that most of the iPhone and Andriod devieces dont have a built-in call recorder, but dont worry even if your phone doesnt have a built-in call recorder you can get one in playstore or apple store.

1. TapeACall Pro 
For a long time this App has been a favorite among journalists. The App is available on both iOS and Android, makes recording as simple as setting up a three-way call.

Dial the TapeACall line, then dial the person you want to talk to, and merge the two calls into a conference. Boom, you're done.

Recordings are saved inside the app, and you can share them via Dropbox, Google Drive, or Evernote. TapeACall puts out a free version, but you can only access the first 60 seconds of your recording.

2. Automatic Call Recorder
Automatic Call Recorder is one of the best call recording apps which you can currently download and use. I used the app on a couple of different devices and it worked flawlessly on all of them. The app lets you record any number of calls.

3. Cube Call Recorder ACR
Cube Call Recorder ACR is the only app on this list that not only lets you record your normal phone calls, but also the calls from various VoIP services including Skype, Viber, WhatsApp, Hangouts, Facebook, IMO, Line, Slack, Telegram, and more.

4. Google Voice
The best way to record calls on Android is by using Google Voice, at least in the countries where the service is supported. If you have never heard of the service before, Google Voice provides you with a free number and lets you use your free number to text, call, and check voicemail, all from one app.

5. Call Recorder – ACR
Call Recorder – ACR is another great app which worked on almost all the devices that I tested it on. Just like Automatic Call Recorder, the app can track your incoming and outgoing calls and record them without you having to do anything. The best part about using this app is that it’s one of those apps that just work. The app also supports multiple cloud storages including Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, FTP, and WebDAV.