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  • Recordg during middle of conversation via manual recording setting
  • Dropbox integration
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  • Auto delete short recording
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Google Play [google.com] has Call Recorder License - ACR (NLL APPS) for Sale. Originally $2.99, but on sale for $0.99.

This license key removes adverts from ACR Call Recorder 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 ..

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Last Edited by rodge March 3, 2017 at 07:00 AM
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Thank you Triforce66 for the information:

For those who are concerned here is some info (for US):

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), Montana (requires notification only), Nevada, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, and 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).

One-party consent states
Other states (and the District of Columbia) not listed above require only that one party consent to the recording.

Illinois courts have ruled that "eavesdropping" only applies to conversations that the party otherwise would not have been able to hear, thereby effectively making it a one-party consent state. However, some confusion exists and debate over the law.

The Michigan Court of Appeals ruled in 1982 that participants in a conversation may record a discussion without getting the permission of other participants. The ruling stated that eavesdropping only applies to: "a third party not otherwise involved in the conversation being eavesdropped on". This is because the law uses the wording, "the private discourse of others", rather than the wording, "the private discourse of others or with others". Michigan law is often misinterpreted as requiring the consent of all parties to a conversation.

The California Supreme Court ruled in 2006 that if a caller in a one-party state records a conversation with someone in California, that one-party state caller is subject to the stricter of the laws and must have consent from all callers (cf. Kearney v. Salomon Smith Barney Inc., 39 Cal. 4th 95). However, non-disclosure recordings by one of the parties can legally be made if the other party is threatening kidnapping, extortion, bribery, or other felony violence. Also included is misdemeanor obscenity and threats of injury to persons or property via an electronic communication device (usually a telephone). All threats must be directed towards one's self or family members and not third parties.

According to the Digital Media Law Project, "New York is a one-party consent state.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tel...ted_States
Also more info about each state's laws: http://www.detectiveservices.com/...ding-laws/

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For those who don't want to pay a buck and want it on iOS too https://recordingline.com
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Please read up on recording laws before you distribute more inaccurate information online.

And plenty of us have legit reasons to record calls, so less judging would be appreciated as well.
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I have an app called "Automatic Call Recorder" and it does everything this app does in its "premium" features for free. Only thing is it still has a small ribbon of an ad on the bottom that does not get in the way, and no pop-up ads.

It's been very nice and great to have. I have it set to record all calls (as Ohio is a single party state for recordings), and for the times I've needed it, it's been indispensable! When recording calls with a customer service rep and they provide misinformation and talking with the supervisor- you get a lot of results when you say "I'll send you the audio file of the call, and at the 3:26 mark you can hear my question and your employee's answer." Or when calling and you can't write down a confirmation number or reference number, just save the call and listen to it later.

Also, has had other positive effects- I have two young boys and when they call me on my way home from work and have a cute message for me, it's recorded and can send/save it.

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I didn't realize there were so many apps with the same name. Based on the feedback I received, here's the link to the app I use:
https://play.google.com/store/app...rder&hl=en
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Does this app work with Android 7.0 ?
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Does this app work with Android 7.0 ?

Yes. Used it on my oneplus 3 non root & root on nougat. Work perfect. Also before anyone asked i got a galaxy s7 edge from the tmobile deal, with the new update to nougat it also works perfect.

Everycall even on speakers and bluetooth record perfectly without any setting changes. A 2 hour call was around 14mg (so u get an idea of the memory size it uses when is recording)

The only bad thing i could say is that i cant find a way to save my recording directly to my microsd. Everything records in the internal (if someone knows please let me know) .
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Yes. Used it on my oneplus 3 non root & root on nougat. Work perfect. Also before anyone asked i got a galaxy s7 edge from the tmobile deal, with the new update to nougat it also works perfect.

Everycall even on speakers and bluetooth record perfectly without any setting changes. A 2 hour call was around 14mg (so u get an idea of the memory size it uses when is recording)

The only bad thing i could say is that i cant find a way to save my recording directly to my microsd. Everything records in the internal (if someone knows please let me know) .
I agree. this works great on my Google pixel xl.

I don't have microsd but you can try to change the save directory to microsd in settings>recording>recording directory
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will it record calls over wifi on tmobile?
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will it record calls over wifi on tmobile?
or how about hangouts or skype ?
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does anyone have this working with the Nexus 6P?
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I have an app called "Automatic Call Recorder" and it does everything this app does in its "premium" features for free. Only thing is it still has a small ribbon of an ad on the bottom that does not get in the way, and no pop-up ads.

It's been very nice and great to have. I have it set to record all calls (as Ohio is a single party state for recordings), and for the times I've needed it, it's been indispensable! When recording calls with a customer service rep and they provide misinformation and talking with the supervisor- you get a lot of results when you say "I'll send you the audio file of the call, and at the 3:26 mark you can hear my question and your employee's answer." Or when calling and you can't write down a confirmation number or reference number, just save the call and listen to it later.

Also, has had other positive effects- I have two young boys and when they call me on my way home from work and have a cute message for me, it's recorded and can send/save it.

EDIT:
I didn't realize there were so many apps with the same name. Based on the feedback I received, here's the link to the app I use:
https://play.google.com/store/app...rder&hl=en
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Why do we need this ? To hear girl friends voice or threaten someone? But by law, we cannot record voice without other parties consent.
Please read up on recording laws before you distribute more inaccurate information online.

And plenty of us have legit reasons to record calls, so less judging would be appreciated as well.
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Why do we need this ? To hear girl friends voice or threaten someone? But by law, we cannot record voice without other parties consent.
If you're worried about the law, all you have to do is ask for consent. Hey, is it cool if I record this? I do it anytime I speak with a customer service agent. It really freaks them out lol! Besides, they do it. "This call may be monitored for quality control purposes."
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Great app! Have been using it for months, and it has worked perfectly. Highly recommended. Big Grin
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nice my state is a one party consent
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