How to Record Your Phone Call on Android?

You just had this important call with your boss about something you are working on, and you want to refer back to something that your boss said. There were some parts that you forgot the detail of. And you were thinking, I wish I recorded that call.

Or maybe there were a time you just had a call with someone you really hate, and wished that you can record every single words that he said, and show to the whole word how a**h*le he is. Ok…I might be exaggerating a bit there.

automatic-call-recorder-logoWhatever the case might be, you must have had a time in the past when you wished that you recorded that call that you just had. I had several of those cases, and have been looking for a good android app for that. Finally, I found one. It’s called “Automatic Call Recorder”.

Automatic Call Recorder, as the name says, will automatically record all your call, whether be in 3GP, AMR, or WAV format. It can also be synced to your Google Drive, so you can access your recording anywhere. There are some additional features in it, such as ignore some contacts, shake-to-record, etc., but I don’t use them really that much. I’m just glad to the fact that it’s just working.

Even though all calls are being recorded, not all of them are saved (although technically they are). I think what the app creator was trying to do is to separate which calls you want to sync to the cloud and which one that you just want to have it on your device, which a pretty neat small feature. You can actually turn off auto recording and record call manually, but I found it to be cumbersome, so I always use the auto recording mode.

Are you going to give it a try? Visit the app store at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.appstar.callrecorder for more detail.

Tell me what do you think about this app after you use it.

 

Author: Steven Sentosa

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