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Android Apps to record Phone Calls

“This conversation may be recorded” is a sentence that is frequently heared when having a phone call with a business. It means that these businesses may be covered in case they want to prove your commitment, but in case you want to get these conversations to do the same in the opposite direction they will hinder it by any means.

The easiest way to get these conversations is if you record them yourself.

 

There is no default Android app to do taht. This is a list of Android applications that help us to record conversations over the phone.

 

Smart Call Recorder (SCR), by I.R.P.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.miraps.recordcall&hl=en

It works.

 

Google Voice, by Google

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.google.android.apps.googlevoice&hl=en

Not tested

 

 

Call Recorder, by Green Apple Studio

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.toh.callrecord&hl=en

NOT WORKING

It did not work for me on a Honor 10. Phone calls were not registered.

 

Automatic Call Recorder, by Appliquato

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.appstar.callrecorder&hl=en

NOT WORKING

It did not work for me on a Honor 10. Phone calls were identified and registered, but audio was empty, with length 0:00.

 

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I studied Computer Science at University of Salamanca. Since then, I have been working first as developer and then as SAP consutant. This blog is about problems I dealt when using computers, and more important, the solutions I found. Whenever I am on an issue and suddenlly I have a flash that leads me to a solution, I document my discoveries in a post.

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