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In this post, you will learn some easy ways to record a phone call on iPhone:
- Record a Phone Call on an iPhone Using Voice Memo
- Record iPhone Phone Calls with Google Voice
- Record a Phone Call on an iPhone via Third-Party Recorder
Unlike Android, where users can record phone calls using third-party or in-built call recorder apps, you can't do the same with your iPhone. Apple finds call recording to be an invasion of privacy and a crime to do without the other party's consent.
But at times, it can be important to record a phone call for future reference or as proof of something. Although Apple doesn't let its users record their phone calls directly on their iPhones, there is a trick to doing it. Now let me tell you how to record a phone call on your iPhone!
- Recording phone calls without consent is illegal in most countries, so do not record phone calls without informing the other party that the conversation is being recorded.
The iPhone blocks any recorder apps when you phone someone or receive a phone call from someone; Voice Memo is clearly no exception. But you can still record a phone call using voice memo; basically, you will need another phone or an iPhone to do this.
Here's how to record a phone call using Voice Memo:
Step 1. When you are on a phone call, bring your iPhone out and open Voice Memo from the "Control Center" or by using "Spotlight."
Step 2. Now, tap on the big red button to record your phone call.
Step 3. Put the phone on speaker on which you are having the conversation, and bring the phone that is recording your phone call next to the phone where you are having the conversation.
This is one of the ways to record your phone calls on an iPhone. We have plenty more ways with which you can start recording your calls on your iPhone. Continue reading.
Unlike Voice Memos, you can record your calls on your iPhone using Google Voice. Here's what you need to do:
Step 1. Sign in to your Google Voice account.
Step 2. Open the "Settings" menu by clicking on the "cog" wheel icon on the top.
Step 3. On the left window, select "Calls." Now, enable voice recording by turning on the "Incoming Call Options."
Step 4. Although voice recording has been enabled, your calls won't be recorded automatically.
Step 5. To record your phone call, press button 4 to start recording and press 4 again to stop recording. You can find the recording on the Google server.
#1. Rev Call Recorder
Rev is a voice call recorder for iPhone. It is very simple and easy to use. Before starting the phone call, click on the "Start Recording Call" button and dial the number. Once done, you can save the call recording or even send it to Rev, asking them to transcribe your call. You will have received the transcription on the app and via email once the Rev's team does it, and you also get to save your call recording.
#2. Call Recorder Lite
Call Recorder Lite is the same as Rev Call Recorder but minus the transcription feature. What you need to do to download your iPhone phone calls is to first download the Call Recorder Lite app on your iPhone. Once you are in the call, launch the app, and then tap on the record call button.
So now you know how to record phone calls on an iPhone, but when you do, inform the other party that you are recording the phone call. By not doing so, you are committing an illegal activity and can be jailed if found guilty. We hope this article has helped you record your next meeting or phone call.
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