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Call Recorder Pro detects incoming and outgoing calls and records them automatically. With the audio source check function, only audio sources that are compatible with your device are displayed and a… Read More
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Call Recorder Pro detects incoming and outgoing calls and records them automatically.

With the audio source check function, only audio sources that are compatible with your device are displayed and automatically selected.

This prevents the app from selecting non-compatible audio sources that could cause the recording to fail—a problem all too often seen with other apps.

If you are having trouble recording with other apps, please give this app a try.

* Depending on the specifications of the phone, it may not be recorded properly. This is not an issue with the app.

✔Comes with user-friendly functions such as automatic volume change when playing back recordings.

✔The application lock function protects your privacy by requiring users to input the unlocking pattern when starting up the app.
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It does and has always applied to companies. See Data Protection Act 1998, Telecommunications (Data Protection and Privacy) Regulations 1999 to name just a few.

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3 Likes #1
Not compatible with many devices.
2 Likes #2
Is this legal or do you need to tell the person you are recording them?
2 Likes #3
You could say :- Calls may be recorded for training and monitoring purposes"
I found this article from the 13 March 2006 -
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/magazine/4801072.stm
#4
Richief
Is this legal or do you need to tell the person you are recording them?

You should always tell the other party that the call is being recorded.
#5
uk3g
Richief
Is this legal or do you need to tell the person you are recording them?

You should always tell the other party that the call is being recorded.


This does not apply for companies.. I know this after a customer tried to get me sacked based on a 2nd phone conversation they sent my employer. I justified my actions/behaviour at the time because after the 1st conversation this is how they made me respond.
However the company refused to supply the 1st conversation to my employer..
In the 1st one they were rude to me and told me not to call them. My manager made me call them a 2nd time. So I was possibly too honest on the 2nd call.. hence why sending this to my bosses put me in a sticky situation.
Needless to say I looked to see if it was legal.. A company does not have to announce they record calls.
2 Likes #6
Thanks, but not compatible with some phones as already mentioned, & many more, mostly free alternatives with a better rating (4 stars above only in link below):
https://play.google.com/store/search?q=call%20recorder&c=apps&rating=1&hl=en
#7
Cheers Bud.
8 Likes #8
It does and has always applied to companies. See Data Protection Act 1998, Telecommunications (Data Protection and Privacy) Regulations 1999 to name just a few.
#9
downloaded see how i will get on.
1 Like #10
Reviews are not that good, lets see how does it work?
#11
will give it try, thanks
#12
It worked well before the latest Android update. Had recorded 15 minute calls when cancelling a phone contract. But as it sits it's not compatible with the recent os.
1 Like #13
Worth mentioning in the heading that's this is for android
2 Likes #14
ACR call recorder is good and works well with one plus 3t and xperia z3 and has been reliable. Haven't tried with any other models. It also records conversations through Bluetooth if that is something someone is looking for.
#15
In this day and age I'd feel completely at ease about letting an app record/listen to any calls I may happen to make cos it's not like they'd ever be interested in listening themselves ;)
#16
I had a call recorder app for a little while (not this one) but it drained the battery something awful - not sure if this will be the same.
#17
Not compatible with any of my devices...wtf is all that about!
#18
crazylegs
Not compatible with any of my devices...wtf is all that about!


call recording is disabled in certain devices the only way to enable it is to root. Pretty sure it wont work with nexus devices or pixels.
#19
Been using ACR on the S6 and now the S7 and it's been brilliant.
#20
saphiryman
Reviews are not that good, lets see how does it work?

Yep!, that's what I found also ...
#21
Crossbow
Thanks, but not compatible with some phones as already mentioned, & many more, mostly free alternatives with a better rating (4 stars above only in link below):https://play.google.com/store/search?q=call%20recorder&c=apps&rating=1&hl=en

Maybe more promising?, who knows?, lol
#22
du caller does this
#23
poor reviews also
#24
richardmoran
The Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000 in general prohibits interception of communications by a third party, with exceptions related to government agencies. A recording made by one party to a phone call or e-mail without notifying the other is not prohibited provided that the recording is for their own use; recording without notification is prohibited where some of the contents of the communication—a phone conversation or an e-mail—are made available to a third party. Businesses may record with the knowledge of their employees, but without notifying the other party, to
provide evidence of a business transaction,
ensure that a business complies with regulatory procedures,
see that quality standards or targets are being met,
protect national security,
prevent or detect crime,
investigate the unauthorised use of a telecommunications system, or
secure the effective operation of the telecommunications system.
Note the term ''Third Party''

Does a UK court qualify as a "Third Party"?
#25
works well for me on the Priv, I got this the last time it was posted and found it very handy
#26
Anyone care to suggest or recommend a similar app for an iPhone 6?

thanks
#27
It's illegal to use this in the UK without the other person's permission.
1 Like #28
Spark
It's illegal to use this in the UK without the other person's permission.
Source? Evidence? You've just contradicted someone's detailed post about the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000, you might at least include why you think that.

Some info from the BBC: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/magazine/4801072.stm

Edited By: Dodge62 on May 08, 2017 14:22
#29
Spark
It's illegal to use this in the UK without the other person's permission.
It is legal to record phone calls as long as they are for your own personal use.
The second you try to share them...
1 Like #30
Dodge62
Spark
It's illegal to use this in the UK without the other person's permission.
Source? Evidence? You've just contradicted someone's detailed post about the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000, you might at least include why you think that.
It is legal to record phone calls as long as they are for your own personal use.
The second you try to share them...
#31
Does anyone record their calls to utility and service providers frequently? I am curious to how their call centres react this.

After being lied too by both BT & Talk Talk in recent years I have been considering this.
#32
uk3g
It does and has always applied to companies. See Data Protection Act 1998, Telecommunications (Data Protection and Privacy) Regulations 1999 to name just a few.

I'll do these 1 by 1 :)

DPA
Businesses only have to announce it if you can identify the person through the data within the call. If it's not personally identifiable, you don't have to say.

Telecoms Regs
Businesses are under no obligation to inform you if they are recording calls for any of the following reasons to:
Provide evidence of a business transaction
Ensure that a business complies with regulatory procedures
See that quality standards or targets are being met in the interests of national security
Prevent or detect crime to investigate the unauthorised use of a telecom system
Secure the effective operation of the telecom system

And then for all of them... If you want to send the communication to a third party (another business or another person who wasn't on the call), you also need to announce it.
#33
Spark
It's illegal to use this in the UK without the other person's permission.

No, it's absolutely not for private use.
1 Like #34
Chinese phones have the call recording feature installed as default - so you can't get rid of it and it appears on the dial screen after you've dialled number. The recording quality is excellent!
#35
This is an article discussing the topic at hand.

Mods: I don't know if we are allowed to share weblinks to relevant articles that might help members. Please let me know if I should remove it:

Steps to document dealings with companies that could win a dispute

I was sent this by my work colleague - because of the section from the ico.

Lib.

Please note - article is from 2014.



Edited By: Libertas on May 08, 2017 15:11
#36
ScoobyDoobyDoo
Anyone care to suggest or recommend a similar app for an iPhone 6?

thanks


from what ive seen on IOS most apps thats can do this are subscriptions. tapeacall and no notes come to mind.
#37
I am very very cautious about downloading apps from 3rd party developers on play store.

For those of us hear that need guidance and education on how to be careful, when selecting an app - could anybody help - using this app as an example.

If I have understood correctly - Apple tear apart and app that is submitted to them - before allowing it on their store - so they know it's safe and will not compromise handsets. I don't know what the situation is with Play store?
#38
nomnomnomnom
Spark
It's illegal to use this in the UK without the other person's permission.
No, it's absolutely not for private use.

I was told it was several years ago and always believed that to be the truth. If it isn't illegal then it damn well should be IMHO.
#39
I use the free "Auto call recorder" app all the time. It's the one with the microphone and phone icon. Works fine for mp3, amr or ogg.
Good for recalling exactly what someone said and picking them up on it if need be without going all I've recorded it...D'OH!
#40
Spark
If it isn't illegal then it damn well should be IMHO.

I disagree. It gives the consumer a lot of power should things ever go to court :)

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