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After testing this out a few times it seems to work pretty well. Be ready to pay up after the initial trial period is up though. If you’re in need of an app that allows you to discreetly record phone calls then you’ve found it. Along with recording phone calls (without notifying party on other end of the call). You can record your iPhone/iPad screen as well (without volume). I haven’t tried any other recording apps yet but this one seems to get the job done just fine. I haven’t found any issues with functionality yet and don’t have any complaints. Clarity of Calls/Recordings are good too.
I downloaded this app to record the voicemail/answering machine information from the community I reside at because my rent was due on a day they closed earlier than normal. I was unaware of the schedule changes and it has caused me to not be able to make my payment at the office today. Unfortunately I am unable to make it there tomorrow and needed proof that the office was closed Friday when I arrived at 4:00pm. This call recorder done an excellent job doing just that. The only mid leading part was that it indicated that was free and that you had Unlimited recordings. To me that means everything is free, but once I downloaded the app it immediately it requests payment for a 3 month free trial. So it isn’t free you have to have a payment method That is able to be processed in order to get the red trial!
Disclaimer: I am not great at technology; however, that does not at all account for how terrible my experience with this app was. Despite being “free with in-app purchases,” purchase IS required to use the app. There is a three day free trial. I’m concerned I will still be charged after deleting the app. The calls register as international, meaning my phone company also charged me per-minute for the one call I was trying to use this for. The system is unintuitive and hard to navigate, despite a simplistic design After completing my call, which I thought was a success, I went to listen to it. Because I hadn’t added the recording line to a conference call after connecting with the other person, I came to find that I had recorded 13 minutes of dead air. Do yourself a favor and keep scrolling. There has to be a better option than this.
You can call the number and Start the recording prior to starting your phone call with the third-party or if someone calls you you can ask him to hold for a brief moment and conference in the recording line and they will never know that it is even happening. Of course I know this is only legal intern faith but I happen to be in one of them. Much better than other services I’ve tried!
Highly recommend. It’s a great phone recording app. I used another one awhile ago and this one is much easier. You have to dial a number first when you make a call then you call the person you’re calling and merge the 2 calls. Sounds like a lot but it’s not. For incoming calls, you just add the apps number. The quality is great, never muffled very clear. I highly recommend this app.
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Recording App - Re:Call is ranking in Business & Productivity
Last update was at Nov 17, 2019and the current version is 2.88.
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