12 Best iPhone Apps to Record Phone Calls

When we have an iPhone with us we always look for an app that supports our need. Built-in iOS does not support recording phone calls. If we wish to record a phone call to make it as proof in some business conversation for future examine, recording calls of a celebrity, interviews conducted in phone, conference meeting using your phone is common. iPhone with record phone calls app will be the best choice instead of carrying an extra instrument for recording. Students can also use this app by recording the lecture in class.


1. TapeAcall Pro ($9.99)

TapeAcall pro is the best iPhone apps to record phone calls.  In this you can record unlimited incoming and outgoing calls (no monthly fees). And also people can send the recorded file to a social network like Facebook, Twitter etc. You can also send it to your own mail and changing it to Mp3 format, upload it in dropbox or Google drive.

2. Call Log Pro (free)

Call log pro is remarkably good, works fast and user-friendly app. After you download this app register it using your mail and provide a password to protect recordings.

3. Call Recorder-Intcall (free)

Downloading this app is free but to use the app, you have to buy credits. Record national or international phone calls from your iOS device( iPhone, iPad or iPod). It also has a tag option to point to an important portion. Provide a separate title for each recording to identify them easily. This app also allows transferring the recording to your own PC.

4. Google voice (free)

Use your Google Voice account from your iPhone, iPod and iPad. It allows users to record only incoming calls. If this app is enabled, start and stop incoming call recording by pressing button 4 on your phone.

5. Call Recorder Lite Free

The call recorder free app allows users to record both incoming and outgoing calls. During a call you can see a record button, select it. It also allows users to share their recordings via iMessage, Email, Dropbox and Facebook.

6. Call recording by Nonotes.com (free-avail only in North America & UK)

Another call recording app for iPhone like Edigin call recorder. The recordings of incoming and outgoing calls are saved in the cloud. The app allows 20 minutes of free recording each month, for extra minutes we have to purchase.

7. ipodio (Free)

ipodio call recorder helps to record high-quality video and call. This also has some unique features like broadcasting videos, cross-posting and editing.

8. CallRec Pro ($8.99)

Another iOS call recorder.

  1. During a phone call, press the Home button and launch the CallRec app.
  2.  Click the red record button. The conversation screen will appear again. Press ‘Merge calls’.

9. Rev Call Recorder (Free- avail only in the U.S)

Rev Call Recorder allows you to record call in just one simple steps. No subscription fees to recording the calls. But currently, it only records U. S calls only, so you can register with (+1) country code only.

10. Acr Call Recorder  (Free)

Acr call recorder makes a new UX which is very easy to use and record both incoming and outgoing phones call. It has many features like organise and edit your recorder easily and etc… you can also record the incoming and outgoing call without the internet.

11. Call Recorder for iPhone  (Free)

Call Recorder is one of the best apps for your iPhone. This recorder app globally available and support to display of your phone number with the caller ID. If you want more features like managing and share your record, you have to subscribe separately.

12. CallTap Record phone calls (Free)

The CallTap Record is also working good in recording your incoming and outgoing call. It stored your records securely and Protected from German Data privacy law. This transcribes your call to 30 more languages.

If you know any other best call recorder for iPhone or automatic call recorder for iPhone, inform us via comment.

2 comments
  1. Almost every call recording app informs the caller that you are recording or puts the call on hold whilst it connects.
    To record abusive threatening calls for evidence you don't want to alert the caller
    cheers
    Geoff

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