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Call Recorder is the easiest way to record your iPhone's incoming and outgoing calls!

Features include:
- Record your incoming calls
- Record your outgoing calls
- Download and share recordings via Email, iMessage, Twitter, Facebook, and Dropbox
- Playback controls to skip forward or backward
- Rate adjustment to change the playback speed

Steps for recording an incoming (existing) call:
1) Open Call Recorder
2) Go to the Record screen and tap the Record button
3) Your existing call is put on hold and your phone will dial our recording number
4) Once connected to our recording number, tap the Merge button on your screen to create a 3-way call between your existing call and our recording line

Steps for recording an outgoing call:
1) Open Call Recorder
2) Go to the Record screen and tap the Record button
3) Your phone will dial our recording number
4) Once connected to our recording number, tap the Add call button on your screen to call your desired contact.
5) Tap the Merge button to create a 3-way call between your existing call and our recording line

The free version will record the full length of your calls, however, in order to listen past the first 60 seconds the Pro In App Upgrade is required.

Please note that 3-way calling is a required phone feature for Call Recorder to work properly. Cellular carriers known to NOT support 3-way calling are: H2O Wireless, Virgin Mobile

What’s New

Version 1.7

+ Updated recording process
+ More feedback to help merge calls
+ Bug fixes & improvements

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
2.3K Ratings

2.3K Ratings

zigg1616 ,

The app is perfect; for what my needs are at least

This was exactly what I was looking for when I originally got the app back in 2015.... a glitch-free, bug-less & BS-proof, simple (yet versatile & dynamic) call recording program that's equally effective under both controlled scenarios such as scheduled and/or outbound phone calls, as well as for spontaneous applications in which one may need to be prepared to quickly, stealthily & likely unexpectedly initiate recording of a call involving an unknown or blocked number and/or caller; or possibly to coyly catch a rival or adversary making incriminating, inappropriate, threatening remarks - or simply solidifying an oral binding agreement via documented voice/call recording with date/time/number, etc for validation (and if needed, even a full written transcript of the entire recording for a reasonable fee). This is one of my most critical apps that when I do use, is extremely important for my business.

TripleBisme ,

Reply to “linsbee1” - you’re wrong

Yes you can record someone without their knowledge....in certain states and jurisdictions....the state I live in allows for such “AS LONG AS” at least “ONE” of the parties involved knows about the recording (this means you as you record someone...you are that 1 in that party then) & is admissible in Civil Court and Criminal Court. I’ve been working in State Law Enforcement in the state I live in now for 19 1/2 years and know quite well what’s allowed and what is not.....like I said...in certain states and jurisdictions....check you laws people....if it’s not allowed....leave that lame worthless state then as soon as you can and give their government no more of your money....or stand up and change such a ridiculous law....Hit your state & goofy politicians in the pocket book where it counts for them and you’ll see changes post-haste. They just go with the flow...that’s all and yes, it really is that simple. Have dealt with uneducated goofy politicians for 19 1/2 years also at my job. It’s fun dealing with them and how you can get them to bend on your behalf if you know how.

lindsbee1 ,

I paid it for this for legal purposes

Legally you’re not allowed to record someone without their knowledge, however when you’re in a situation where you’re dealing with very sketchy people you need to make sure that you’re covered and your story checks out. Now during the first conversation when I informed the person I was recording them and they said OK, it just so happens that this app then disconnected and now I don’t have that on the recording that I need it for. The other time, of course the one where I notify the other person the call recording app does not disconnect but sure as hell records her saying that she does not want to be recorded. So overall it’s a handy app and good to have, a little complicated in the sense of having to call and then merge calls and what not So the money I don’t think it was worth it but the only way to get a full recording and save it of course is to buy it. So hopefully an update is coming soon


Component Studios LLC
36.3 MB

Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.


English, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese

Age Rating
In-App Purchases
  1. Pro Upgrade $9.99
  2. 700 Credits $19.99
  3. 300 Credits $9.99


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    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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