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I have been using this recording device for a few years now. At least three to four years. It worked really well. Then intermittently, I started having issues with the merge button. As soon as the call would be merged it would disconnect my call. I use this app almost daily for very important calls. When I first started experiencing this issue, I was told to use another US call in number and yes, that worked a couple of times, but now I’m being told that in order to solve this issue is to uninstall TapeACall and do a soft reset on my phone. Whatever that means... I would lose my work recordings I use on another app. All court procedures. No way, it’s not worth it. Why would anybody in their right mind would reset their phone to continue to use this App. I think it’s pretty ridiculous to expect your customers (Verizon only) to reset their phone. Bad enough when your phone company tells you to reset your phone. Bye TapeACall it’s been real, but I will have to find another reliable app. But it is an awesome awesome app. Just doesn’t work for Verizon customers who won’t reset their phones.
Don’t use this app if you intend to record conversations on a conference line (conference bridge). A conference bridge is a line all parties dial into and use a passcode to join a meeting. This method of conferencing is pervasive in the business world. If I call normally there is no background noise - works as intended. When I call into a conference bridge using the app and merge the calls there is a horrible persistent buzzing in the background. The tone of the buzz goes up and down which is very distracting and makes it difficult to hear the conversations. I have the same issue on two different iPhones using two different networks (T-Mobile and Verizon; iPhone 7+ and iPhone SE). The buzz is ONLY introduced when I call into a conference call bridge. Regular calls (non bridge) seem to work fine. Unfortunately this is the primary reason for my use of the app (recording phone meetings on a bridge for transcription). Note: when I tried to leave feedback to the developers using the link in the App Store it bounced me to a web page with only a link to an FAQ. There is a “contact” link on the web page but clicking it only takes you back to the same web page. There is no way to leave feedback and I’m certainly not leaving feedback on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram. I thought most developers wanted real feedback. Too bad.
I bought a three-month subscription back in feb 2018. It started off okay but then after a few calls starting going out at around 2 minutes. The person on the other end couldn’t hear me. So most of my calls are the other person saying, “Hello. Are you there?” for a solid minute. It is very frustrating. and then after about 2-3 minutes the call comes back and the person on the other line can hear me again. But some people don’t wait that long and hang up. So it defeats the purpose of this app. I started recording conversations on my ipad instead (call on speaker and record a video on my ipad). Also, once the subscription ends, there is no way to go back and listen to my recordings again. That is just bologna!! I paid a decent amount of money to record conversations. I should be able to keep the conversations that were recorded during the months that I had it paid for.
As I followed the steps to record my call given by the video as soon as you download the app and hook up your debit/credit information (which was I believe, a bit over the top for wanting to try out the app and only way you can try the app is by linking your card info to even start the free trial...) I made a call to a auctioneer’s right hand man for a registration title because they’ve been taking too long to give me my license plate and I wanted to use the call as leverage; long story short. The call didn’t record I could only hear me moving the phone for the first few seconds and the rest was just empty space on the recording. This wouldn’t recommend this application to nobody. Sad that this is the only application being bumped up to the top of the list of the recommended list for recorded calls applications. Hopefully they could fix this problem. Until then I leave them a 1 star rating. Thanks
Don’t use this app! If the other person you are calling/trying to record has a smart phone, it displays on their phone that they are in a conference call! They also keep trying to bill you even if you uninstall the app! Make sure you remove your billing information from the Apple Store!!! I tested this out with my friend by calling her phone, which she said came up as a conference call and that my voice was so choppy and distorted she couldn’t hear me, and it appeared this way in the recording too, however I will say it recorded her voice with no problems! But when we’re in a normal call without the recorder, both ends of the call are crystal clear. This app totally defeats the purpose of call recording if you need to record someone without them knowing and there’s nowhere in the app to cancel the free trial so you don’t get billed for a membership after the trial.
Developed by Epic Enterprises.
TapeACall: Call Recorder is ranking in Business & Productivity
Last update was at Jan 13, 2020and the current version is 4.7.1.
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TapeACall: Call Recorder have a 9 954a user reviews.
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