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ACR call recorder, FLASH sale 99p ***TODAY ONLY***

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You need to install the main app first then purchase and reboot. Normally £2.99 This license key removes adverts from ACR Call Recorder ( https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nll.acr… Read More
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9m, 4w agoFound 9 months, 4 weeks ago
You need to install the main app first then purchase and reboot.
Normally £2.99

This license key removes adverts from ACR Call Recorder ( https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nll.acr ) and gives access to PREMIUM features such as

- Ability to record by contact
- Ability to start recording in the middle of conversation via manual recording setting
- Dropbox integration
- Google drive integration
- Auto email
- Auto delete short recordings
and more ..

This app is ONLY USED TO ACTIVATE PREMIUM FEATURES OF ACR,
YOU NEED TO HAVE ACR INSTALLED ON YOUR PHONE.
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13 Likes
mrew42
Kreskin
mrew42
Kreskin
So it's legal to record a conversation with somebody without telling them providing you do not then make that recording available to a third party. That's what this app does so it's fine.
Nothing to do with the app.
I'm just saying that if you expect to be able to record calls to potentially 'catch someone out' an use as evidence, and then decide to share (without having notified the other party), you could find yourself in a whole heap of mess.
Again, nothing to do with the app, just the capability it provides you with.
Exactly, it's like when somebody posts a deal for an axe they've seen in Lidl.
Are you mad?
It's nothing of the sort.
It is not illegal to purchase and use an axe. You could however murder somebody with it, which would be illegal.
It is not illegal to purchase and use this app. You could however reveal the recording to a third party, which would be illegal.
See? No? Never mind.
9 Likes
lol ye , usefull , I think that we should play the companies at their own game and start our calls with an automated voice message, stating that these called may be recorded for quality purposes.
6 Likes
mrew42
Kreskin
mrew42
Kreskin
mrew42
Kreskin
mrew42
Kreskin
So it's legal to record a conversation with somebody without telling them providing you do not then make that recording available to a third party. That's what this app does so it's fine.
Nothing to do with the app.
I'm just saying that if you expect to be able to record calls to potentially 'catch someone out' an use as evidence, and then decide to share (without having notified the other party), you could find yourself in a whole heap of mess.
Again, nothing to do with the app, just the capability it provides you with.
Exactly, it's like when somebody posts a deal for an axe they've seen in Lidl.
Are you mad?
It's nothing of the sort.
It is not illegal to purchase and use an axe. You could however murder somebody with it, which would be illegal.
It is not illegal to purchase and use this app. You could however reveal the recording to a third party, which would be illegal.
See? No? Never mind.
Its pretty bloody obvious that misuse of one is illegal. Not so the other.
So nothing like it, No.
If you say so. You seem to have a bit of a problem so I'll stick you on ignore.
You started it mate
I've heard that kreskin has just bought an axe, can't confirm if it was from lidl so be aware!

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9 Likes #2
lol ye , usefull , I think that we should play the companies at their own game and start our calls with an automated voice message, stating that these called may be recorded for quality purposes.
2 Likes #3
I've been using this for years and just purchased to support the developer. Some of the premium features also sound useful to me.

Thanks for sharing - heat added.
#4
Are you allowed to present recorded calls in court though ?
#5
So it's legal to record a conversation with somebody without telling them providing you do not then make that recording available to a third party. That's what this app does so it's fine.
#6
Kreskin
So it's legal to record a conversation with somebody without telling them providing you do not then make that recording available to a third party. That's what this app does so it's fine.
Nothing to do with the app.
I'm just saying that if you expect to be able to record calls to potentially 'catch someone out' an use as evidence, and then decide to share (without having notified the other party), you could find yourself in a whole heap of mess.
Again, nothing to do with the app, just the capability it provides you with.
1 Like #7
You cud just tell them before you reveal it to the court; probably jus wishfully thinking.
1 Like #8
Typical... I bought this yesterday for £2.99!!!
1 Like #9
mrew42
Kreskin
So it's legal to record a conversation with somebody without telling them providing you do not then make that recording available to a third party. That's what this app does so it's fine.
Nothing to do with the app.
I'm just saying that if you expect to be able to record calls to potentially 'catch someone out' an use as evidence, and then decide to share (without having notified the other party), you could find yourself in a whole heap of mess.
Again, nothing to do with the app, just the capability it provides you with.
Exactly, it's like when somebody posts a deal for an axe they've seen in Lidl.
Also, you can use such recordings as an aid to memory to produce accurate transcripts which can be used in evidence. It may also be possible to use the recordings directly:
http://www.lindsays.co.uk/news-and-features/news/item/can-covert-recordings-be-used-as-evidence/
1 Like #10
Kreskin
mrew42
Kreskin
So it's legal to record a conversation with somebody without telling them providing you do not then make that recording available to a third party. That's what this app does so it's fine.
Nothing to do with the app.
I'm just saying that if you expect to be able to record calls to potentially 'catch someone out' an use as evidence, and then decide to share (without having notified the other party), you could find yourself in a whole heap of mess.
Again, nothing to do with the app, just the capability it provides you with.
Exactly, it's like when somebody posts a deal for an axe they've seen in Lidl.
Are you mad?
It's nothing of the sort.


Edited By: mrew42 on Sep 21, 2016 14:22
2 Likes #11
I went to install this app 2 days ago but was horrified at the permissions it wanted. I'd think carefully before installing this.
13 Likes #12
mrew42
Kreskin
mrew42
Kreskin
So it's legal to record a conversation with somebody without telling them providing you do not then make that recording available to a third party. That's what this app does so it's fine.
Nothing to do with the app.
I'm just saying that if you expect to be able to record calls to potentially 'catch someone out' an use as evidence, and then decide to share (without having notified the other party), you could find yourself in a whole heap of mess.
Again, nothing to do with the app, just the capability it provides you with.
Exactly, it's like when somebody posts a deal for an axe they've seen in Lidl.
Are you mad?
It's nothing of the sort.
It is not illegal to purchase and use an axe. You could however murder somebody with it, which would be illegal.
It is not illegal to purchase and use this app. You could however reveal the recording to a third party, which would be illegal.
See? No? Never mind.
#13
Kreskin
mrew42
Kreskin
mrew42
Kreskin
So it's legal to record a conversation with somebody without telling them providing you do not then make that recording available to a third party. That's what this app does so it's fine.
Nothing to do with the app.
I'm just saying that if you expect to be able to record calls to potentially 'catch someone out' an use as evidence, and then decide to share (without having notified the other party), you could find yourself in a whole heap of mess.
Again, nothing to do with the app, just the capability it provides you with.
Exactly, it's like when somebody posts a deal for an axe they've seen in Lidl.
Are you mad?
It's nothing of the sort.
It is not illegal to purchase and use an axe. You could however murder somebody with it, which would be illegal.
It is not illegal to purchase and use this app. You could however reveal the recording to a third party, which would be illegal.
See? No? Never mind.
Its pretty bloody obvious that misuse of one is illegal. Not so the other.
So nothing like it, No.
#14
mrew42
Kreskin
mrew42
Kreskin
mrew42
Kreskin
So it's legal to record a conversation with somebody without telling them providing you do not then make that recording available to a third party. That's what this app does so it's fine.
Nothing to do with the app.
I'm just saying that if you expect to be able to record calls to potentially 'catch someone out' an use as evidence, and then decide to share (without having notified the other party), you could find yourself in a whole heap of mess.
Again, nothing to do with the app, just the capability it provides you with.
Exactly, it's like when somebody posts a deal for an axe they've seen in Lidl.
Are you mad?
It's nothing of the sort.
It is not illegal to purchase and use an axe. You could however murder somebody with it, which would be illegal.
It is not illegal to purchase and use this app. You could however reveal the recording to a third party, which would be illegal.
See? No? Never mind.
Its pretty bloody obvious that misuse of one is illegal. Not so the other.
So nothing like it, No.
If you say so. You seem to have a bit of a problem so I'll stick you on ignore.
#15


anything about government agencies recording their own citizens' voice calls, emails etc..?
#16
machman1209
I went to install this app 2 days ago but was horrified at the permissions it wanted. I'd think carefully before installing this.

I installed it, what permissions had you worried?
#17
when I told Voda manager I'm recording this call she hungup on me so I decided to keep it its a very good app might just buy to support dev but I'm due to change my phone would it need to be activated again on new phone??
1 Like #18
Kreskin
mrew42
Kreskin
mrew42
Kreskin
mrew42
Kreskin
So it's legal to record a conversation with somebody without telling them providing you do not then make that recording available to a third party. That's what this app does so it's fine.
Nothing to do with the app.
I'm just saying that if you expect to be able to record calls to potentially 'catch someone out' an use as evidence, and then decide to share (without having notified the other party), you could find yourself in a whole heap of mess.
Again, nothing to do with the app, just the capability it provides you with.
Exactly, it's like when somebody posts a deal for an axe they've seen in Lidl.
Are you mad?
It's nothing of the sort.
It is not illegal to purchase and use an axe. You could however murder somebody with it, which would be illegal.
It is not illegal to purchase and use this app. You could however reveal the recording to a third party, which would be illegal.
See? No? Never mind.
Its pretty bloody obvious that misuse of one is illegal. Not so the other.
So nothing like it, No.
If you say so. You seem to have a bit of a problem so I'll stick you on ignore.
You started it mate
1 Like #19
Thanks for this and heat added, need a good call recording app not just to catch out them pesky customer service agents who deny everything they said, but it will also be useful for voicemail messages when the caller leaves a telephone number far too fast.

Also good for when i forget what they said after i put the phone down haha

Edit:
Just thought i would ask the cloud settings are they uploaded automatically or does it have to be done maually? Can not see anything specifying this.
_
Seems its automatically - https://bitbucket.org/copluk/acr/issues/776/auto-upload-to-the-cloud


Edited By: LS83 on Sep 21, 2016 18:21: update
#20
Is it just for android phones that it is reduced?Seems to be £7.99 on apple store for pro version.
#21
machman1209
I went to install this app 2 days ago but was horrified at the permissions it wanted. I'd think carefully before installing this.
Too bad they didn't explain (even on their website) why they required all those permissions. I think a lot of developers are missing potential opportunities because of this.
#22
Those permissions - access to audio - ok - record calls - ok - access to media - why?

Warnings - I confirm it is legal - fair enough - I know that having more than one recorder can cause issues - fair enough - but - ad identifiers when you are buying it.....hmmm
#23
You can find out some of the reasons for app permissions here: https://bitbucket.org/copluk/acr/issues/60/permissions-needed-by-acr and i admit sometimes i do question why some apps need this or that permission because its puzzling why a game needs access to my contacts or calls logs etc. But even if an app developer said its because of , y, z, reason im betting you would still question it.

@Jetskizz im guessing so that it can play the recording afterwards and/or to edit the file name etc. But not 100% sure thats just a guess by me.
3 Likes #24
jetskizzz
Those permissions - access to audio - ok - record calls - ok - access to media - why?

Warnings - I confirm it is legal - fair enough - I know that having more than one recorder can cause issues - fair enough - but - ad identifiers when you are buying it.....hmmm



You need access to media/storage to write the file to your phone's storage. Simple as that. No need to get too paranoid about things.
#25
thanks op, been waiting for this to be reduced
#26
tested this out and it works really well, crystal clear recordings and the auto upload to the cloud is really handy
#27
hot, great spp
1 Like #28
mrew42
Kreskin
mrew42
Kreskin
mrew42
Kreskin
mrew42
Kreskin
So it's legal to record a conversation with somebody without telling them providing you do not then make that recording available to a third party. That's what this app does so it's fine.
Nothing to do with the app.
I'm just saying that if you expect to be able to record calls to potentially 'catch someone out' an use as evidence, and then decide to share (without having notified the other party), you could find yourself in a whole heap of mess.
Again, nothing to do with the app, just the capability it provides you with.
Exactly, it's like when somebody posts a deal for an axe they've seen in Lidl.
Are you mad?
It's nothing of the sort.
It is not illegal to purchase and use an axe. You could however murder somebody with it, which would be illegal.
It is not illegal to purchase and use this app. You could however reveal the recording to a third party, which would be illegal.
See? No? Never mind.
Its pretty bloody obvious that misuse of one is illegal. Not so the other.
So nothing like it, No.
If you say so. You seem to have a bit of a problem so I'll stick you on ignore.
You started it mate

actually the other person was quite correct in what they were saying. you chose to apparently 'misunderstand' what was being said.
#29
This link tells me that businesses and government can records calls for possible evidence later, but citizens can not.
#30
thanks. great app and more than happy to support the developer. cheers op for sharing :)
#31
States it was last updated: 1 December 2014 So has this just been forgotten about by the developer?

Just wondering are there more up to date apps with more up to date features? :{
#32
steevieboy4u
States it was last updated: 1 December 2014 So has this just been forgotten about by the developer?
Just wondering are there more up to date apps with more up to date features? :{

Call Recorder - ACR

Updated 19 September 2016

Current Version 18.5
#33
RufusG
steevieboy4u
States it was last updated: 1 December 2014 So has this just been forgotten about by the developer?
Just wondering are there more up to date apps with more up to date features? :{
Call Recorder - ACR
Updated 19 September 2016
Current Version 18.5


Oops i was looking at the ACR licence oO Cheers
6 Likes #34
mrew42
Kreskin
mrew42
Kreskin
mrew42
Kreskin
mrew42
Kreskin
So it's legal to record a conversation with somebody without telling them providing you do not then make that recording available to a third party. That's what this app does so it's fine.
Nothing to do with the app.
I'm just saying that if you expect to be able to record calls to potentially 'catch someone out' an use as evidence, and then decide to share (without having notified the other party), you could find yourself in a whole heap of mess.
Again, nothing to do with the app, just the capability it provides you with.
Exactly, it's like when somebody posts a deal for an axe they've seen in Lidl.
Are you mad?
It's nothing of the sort.
It is not illegal to purchase and use an axe. You could however murder somebody with it, which would be illegal.
It is not illegal to purchase and use this app. You could however reveal the recording to a third party, which would be illegal.
See? No? Never mind.
Its pretty bloody obvious that misuse of one is illegal. Not so the other.
So nothing like it, No.
If you say so. You seem to have a bit of a problem so I'll stick you on ignore.
You started it mate
I've heard that kreskin has just bought an axe, can't confirm if it was from lidl so be aware!
4 Likes #35
pukenukem
mrew42
Kreskin
mrew42
Kreskin
mrew42
Kreskin
mrew42
Kreskin
So it's legal to record a conversation with somebody without telling them providing you do not then make that recording available to a third party. That's what this app does so it's fine.
Nothing to do with the app.
I'm just saying that if you expect to be able to record calls to potentially 'catch someone out' an use as evidence, and then decide to share (without having notified the other party), you could find yourself in a whole heap of mess.
Again, nothing to do with the app, just the capability it provides you with.
Exactly, it's like when somebody posts a deal for an axe they've seen in Lidl.
Are you mad?
It's nothing of the sort.
It is not illegal to purchase and use an axe. You could however murder somebody with it, which would be illegal.
It is not illegal to purchase and use this app. You could however reveal the recording to a third party, which would be illegal.
See? No? Never mind.
Its pretty bloody obvious that misuse of one is illegal. Not so the other.
So nothing like it, No.
If you say so. You seem to have a bit of a problem so I'll stick you on ignore.
You started it mate
I've heard that kreskin has just bought an axe, can't confirm if it was from lidl so be aware!


I think hotukdeals should have another site for juniors and immatures
#36
Ordered. Worth it
1 Like #37
mrew42
Kreskin
So it's legal to record a conversation with somebody without telling them providing you do not then make that recording available to a third party. That's what this app does so it's fine.
Nothing to do with the app.
I'm just saying that if you expect to be able to record calls to potentially 'catch someone out' an use as evidence, and then decide to share (without having notified the other party), you could find yourself in a whole heap of mess.
Again, nothing to do with the app, just the capability it provides you with.


That's what "discovery" is, each side shares the evidence they are going to present in court- if you show up with evidence you haven't shared, the judge will refuse to allow it
#38
Just been having a gander at some other similar apps.....For example:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.killermobile.totalrecall

How do you find out what the in app purchases are for this app or any other app, as it only states: In-app Products £0.79 - £7.97 per item
1 Like #39
bothered
This link tells me that businesses and government can records calls for possible evidence later, but citizens can not.

I'm hesitant about using apps which can monitor or have access to conversations live or via recordings - even where those permissions are reasonable for the purpose of the app they can be abused. A simple and effective solution is to use a cheap handheld voice recorder which timestamps recordings then have your conversation over speakerphone. Tons of these recorders out there for around £10, and you can also use them for additional purposes like capturing classic farts that your partner will appreciate later if you have one (I am currently single).

I record all calls to businesses like utility companies. I warn them at the outset (usually after I've heard their similar warning) and to date, not one company has had a problem with this. Companies tend to record timestamp and log calls (I've had to get companies check their recordings when there's been a dispute) so it would be pretty fishy if they refused.

Government agencies are more likely to object. I may record those calls for personal use ie for transcription and that's legal. At least you then have an accurate record of what was said, and should you need to you can often demand recordings be checked - knowledge is power.

I used to have a keyring with a few second sample time that I record a message 'all calls recorded for monitoring' etc but that rubs people up the wrong way vs just mentioning politely.


Edited By: JamesSmith on Sep 22, 2016 04:12
3 Likes #40
Incidentally I've found that, having informed companies I'm recording I get slightly better treatment as they are mindful their actions are being monitored.

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