Call Recorder is the easiest way to record your iPhone's incoming and outgoing calls! Features include: - Record your incoming calls - Record your outgoing calls - Download and share recordings via Email, iMessage, Twitter, Facebook, and Dropbox - Playback controls to skip forward or backward - Rate adjustment to change the playback speed Steps for recording an incoming (existing) call: 1) Open Call Recorder 2) Go to the Record screen and tap the Record button 3) Your existing call is put on hold and your phone will dial our recording number 4) Once connected to our recording number, tap the Merge button on your screen to create a 3-way call between your existing call and our recording line Steps for recording an outgoing call: 1) Open Call Recorder 2) Go to the Record screen and tap the Record button 3) Your phone will dial our recording number 4) Once connected to our recording number, tap the Add call button on your screen to call your desired contact. 5) Tap the Merge button to create a 3-way call between your existing call and our recording line The free version will record the full length of your calls, however, in order to listen past the first 60 seconds the Pro In App Upgrade is required. Please note that 3-way calling is a required phone feature for Call Recorder to work properly. Cellular carriers known to NOT support 3-way calling are: H2O Wireless, Virgin Mobile
Extremely useful when I need to record important phone conversation that requires to be reviewed later.
It’s not bad
I wanted to try it, so I recorded one important phone call. Just to find out I have to pay $10 to listen to that call. Sooo disappointing.
The app works great but will not play back more than 60 seconds of the recording unless you upgrade for $10. They should be upfront and tell you before you even start. I don’t feel it’s fair to give them any stars either way but as the review requires it here goes a 3
Not used yet.. just downloaded
It works! Use it for investigative work or recording info.
Easy to use
You only get the first 60 seconds fir free. Then must pay a 10$ upgrade fee for the rest. P Very angry. Used other recording apps for years and never encountered this. Not a case of it being in the fine print either.