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With Call Recorder Pro, you can record any incoming calls and outgoing call with high quality. Call recording is automatic and reliable. Additionally, you set which calls are recorded to white list and which are ignored. Please note the permissions associated with this App prior to installation. -slickdewmaster

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hey everyone! on the Google play store, the app Call Recorder Pro is now free from a normal listing price of $3.99 and it has 4.1 stars out of 1,800 + reviews

https://play.google.com/store/app...corder.pro

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Thank you for posting, but this can be a gray area for several states (listed below). This app looks like it has the ability to record one way or to record both the person locally and on the other end. There is a difference between one party consent (only one person needs to know the line is recorded, and it's usually the one recording) and two party (where both parties need to know the call "may be recorded or monitored"). Please make sure you know your rights to record conversations on both directions.

Most notably here are the states that require both parties know and consent on the recording.

Two-party consent states
States that currently require that all parties consent to the recording include:
California,
Connecticut,
Florida,
Hawaii (in general a one-party state, but requires two-party consent if the recording device is installed in a private place),
Illinois (debated, see next section),
Maryland,
Massachusetts  (only "secret" recordings are banned, but is the only state without a "public location" exception),
Montana (requires notification only),
Nevada,
New Hampshire,
Pennsylvania,
Washington (however, section 3 of the Washington law states that permission is given if any of the parties announces that they will be recording the call in a reasonable manner if the recording contains that announcement).
Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tel...rding_laws
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Too many permissions. If you use this app, you might as well take a few pics of yourself and send them to the developer, just so they can know who they're spying on

oh yeah, and their privacy policy is a 404 error
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I login to my bank. I buy stuff online. I login to work. Sometimes I apply for credit cards.

But I'm sure I'm the only person in the world to do those things, so only I should care, right?
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Thank you for posting, but this can be a gray area for several states (listed below). This app looks like it has the ability to record one way or to record both the person locally and on the other end. There is a difference between one party consent (only one person needs to know the line is recorded, and it's usually the one recording) and two party (where both parties need to know the call "may be recorded or monitored"). Please make sure you know your rights to record conversations on both directions.

Most notably here are the states that require both parties know and consent on the recording.

Two-party consent states
States that currently require that all parties consent to the recording include:
California,[23]
Connecticut,[24]
Florida,[25]
Hawaii (in general a one-party state, but requires two-party consent if the recording device is installed in a private place),[24]
Illinois (debated, see next section),
Maryland,[26]
Massachusetts [24] (only "secret" recordings are banned, but is the only state without a "public location" exception),[27]
Montana (requires notification only),[28]
Nevada,[29]
New Hampshire,[30]
Pennsylvania,[31]
Washington (however, section 3 of the Washington law states that permission is given if any of the parties announces that they will be recording the call in a reasonable manner if the recording contains that announcement).[32]
Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tel...rding_laws
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Thank you for posting, but this can be a gray area for several states (listed below). This app looks like it has the ability to record one way or to record both the person locally and on the other end. There is a difference between one party consent (only one person needs to know the line is recorded, and it's usually the one recording) and two party (where both parties need to know the call "may be recorded or monitored"). Please make sure you know your rights to record conversations on both directions.

Most notably here are the states that require both parties know and consent on the recording.

Two-party consent states
States that currently require that all parties consent to the recording include:
California,[23]
Connecticut,[24]
Florida,[25]
Hawaii (in general a one-party state, but requires two-party consent if the recording device is installed in a private place),[24]
Illinois (debated, see next section),
Maryland,[26]
Massachusetts [24] (only "secret" recordings are banned, but is the only state without a "public location" exception),[27]
Montana (requires notification only),[28]
Nevada,[29]
New Hampshire,[30]
Pennsylvania,[31]
Washington (however, section 3 of the Washington law states that permission is given if any of the parties announces that they will be recording the call in a reasonable manner if the recording contains that announcement).[32]
Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tel...rding_laws
Very informative reply! Thanks!
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Lots of very dissatisfied reviewers who actually paid for it. Probably worth trying out for free.
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https://play.google.com/store/app...corder.pro


it has 4.1/5 rating on android play.
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Is it true call recording or does it use a 3rd party?
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Too many permissions. If you use this app, you might as well take a few pics of yourself and send them to the developer, just so they can know who they're spying on

oh yeah, and their privacy policy is a 404 error
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I use acr app which is android app and keep all my call records on my phone.
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I use acr app which is android app and keep all my call records on my phone.
Me too and it's a far better app than this but not free.
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App is free, bail isn't if you live in one of these states. http://www.slate.com/articles/new..._laws.html
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And you care why? Do you have super secret sexy phone conversations or something? Get real dude
I login to my bank. I buy stuff online. I login to work. Sometimes I apply for credit cards.

But I'm sure I'm the only person in the world to do those things, so only I should care, right?
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App is free, bail isn't if you live in one of these states. http://www.slate.com/articles/new..._laws.html
The question is, is it illegal to tape conversations, or are the tapes just inadmissible in court?
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