How to record calls on iPhone

iPhone cell phones do not have a tool to record phone calls, either incoming or outgoing. So, if you need to record a call with your iPhone, you will have to resort to third-party apps that provide this service. Here we discover what these applications are and explain how they work.

Which is that Apple was reluctant to install this functionality. To a large extent, this is due to their interest in ensuring the privacy of communications. But there is one more thing, because the company wants to avoid legal complications by providing a tool that can be used for illegal purposes, since in many US states the consent of both parties is necessary for the recording of a call to be legal.

Anyway, there is always a loophole for you to be able to record a call.

-Rev Call Recorder: This is a free app to download, which you will find in the App Store. This app has no recording time limit and allows you to quickly and easily share files in Dropbox or in email. The average score that users give this app is 4.4 out of 5.

-Record and transcribe: The activity of this app comes from the audio-to-text transcription service. If, once the call ends, you want to transcribe it, Rev Call will offer you the option to pay a sum to do so. The price is around €1.50 per minute of written conversation.

-Start recording: When you download the app, it will first ask you to verify your phone number. Once you do that, you will see that using it is very simple. Once you open the app, an icon will appear at the top that reads "Start Call Recording".

Then you must decide whether to record an incoming or outgoing call. Once you have selected it, make the call and it will be recorded.

-Save audio: At the end of the call, press the app's record button again to stop it. The file will be saved instantly, and by clicking on it, you will have several options to store it on your device, in Dropbox or send it via email.

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