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Original Air Date: Nov 5, 2014

Call Recorder

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I was recently asked by a friend if I knew of an app that would allow him to record phone conversations on his Android phone.

His primary reason for wanting to record calls was for training purposes

My first bit of advice to him was to be sure he didn’t violate wiretapping laws as they vary from state to state.

The best way to avoid issues is to always notify everyone on the call that it’s being recorded.

After testing a few apps out, I found a free app called Call Recorder that did the job quite nicely.

Once it’s installed, a small red record dot appears in the upper left corner whenever you make or receive a call.

If you want to record the call, simply tap the red dot and when you’re done, tap it again.

It logs the caller ID, date, time and duration of the call automatically, and allows you to share the file in a number of ways.

Call Recorder from Boldbeast can be downloaded from the Google Play store.