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TapeACall: Call Recorder

TapeACall: Call Recorder

TelTech Systems Inc

Record phone calls, store recordings, and share them easily with TapeACall.

4.5 Ratings 20K+ Reviews 100K+ Downloads

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Record phone calls, store recordings, and share them easily with TapeACall.
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19.8K+ Ratings
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  • Stalkers Beware! Aug 30, 2017

    By mrsasia
    Best recording app out there. When I was being stalked, threatened and harassed by phone, I was elated when I found Tape A Call. I told the stalker he was being recorded, turned on the beep (signaling call is being recorded), but he was so psychotic he didn't care. In fact he told me no one would believe me because anyone can create fake recordings. The judge sided with me since I did follow the law in recording him. 3 yrs have passed since a warrant & Peace Order was obtained, and he started calling again bc another girl is taking him to court for stalking. He claims I urged her but I don't even know her and she lives faraway. So before I blocked his new number, I tried to get as much info as I could (like is he in town with a gun?). I told him to hold on, that I was working and launched Tape a Call. I feel safe and he's blocked. So anyone with a stalker, an abusive ex, or if you have a feeling the call is sketchy, ask them to hold on (mute), add call conference, call Tape A Call, merge the calls and continue the conversation. The beep required by law in some states is loud but no one to date has asked me what it is. I love you Tape A Call for my peace of mind!
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  • Sep 7, 2020

    By Don
    Wow! I'm glad I downloaded this app from a Facebook or YouTube ad because if I read these horrible reviews, yikes. I have a Samsung S20, and have tried at least 15 recording apps with ZERO success, and expected as much, because I heard the new Samsung phones block recording. But this app works GREAT. I've only made several calls so far, incoming/outgoing, and it worked perfectly, so far. And I emailed a URL link for my first 22 minute call to the person I was talking with on the phone, so she could listen or download the recording too. Worth every penny.
    more
  • Simple to use, superb quality Jun 24, 2019

    By AmperArt
    Very first and very best app I purchased for my iPhone! Records incoming and outgoing calls with a simple push of the big red button. The only flaw is that you have to remember to merge the calls manually; I wish I could sense when both parties were connected and merge automatically. Sound quality is superb. Easily name the file. Share recordings with others. Are use this for two reasons: so I don't miss details about clients' projects, and also as a back up for dealing with customer service idiots. It is so easy to misspell an email address one of the best uses is to be able to listen to it again. Fantastic app – well worth the $10 I spent on it, and even worth 10 times that much. Update: Type a call keeps improving their service by configuring the interface for an even better user experience, and by adding new features such as transcription (which I can’t wait to try!). And it’s still only $10 several years after I first signed up.
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  • Great app for recording with I-phone. Oct 30, 2019

    By Frenzerelly
    At first I wondered why I would have to call a number to record phone conversations. But this is a “problem” inherent to i-phone (Apple) products. This does not mean your I-phone is a real problem (hence the quotes). It is a security feature, which would prevent other software from eavesdropping without you knowing it. Other folks who I know using the same app for non i-phone products do not have to call and merge the conversations. This far it has helped me out a lot by recording conversations which later could have become a problem, to simply secure some evidence (provided it could be used as such, since not every law will recognize recordings, plus you want to make sure recording conversations without approval from the opposite party is legal in your state/country). I got the paid version, and this far been working flawless for me.
    more
  • Aug 28, 2020

    By Peter Helms
    I'm really not sure why all these "people" are writing negative reviews. I literally downloaded the app, bought the subscription, and tested it out. It seems to be working just fine. I have used several of these call recording apps that are on the market and so far this is the best one yet. Simple user interface, great quality audio on the recordings, the share file as a URL is a really nice feature, and the unlimited storage space too. I do think a few improvements could be made though.
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  • Deceptive billing/terms Sep 1, 2017

    By mllehunt
    Just know before you pay for the app that you're only paying for one year of the service. The way they've set this up doesn't make it obvious. I mean, honestly, all I have to go on is the rep I emailed with because normally, when it's a subscription service, it says so when you are authorizing the charge and on the receipt AND it would show up in iTunes under Subscriptions, but none of those places show TapeACall. The only places that mention anything about one year of unlimited recording (which is the service, by the way, and not an add-on), are the app description and the email I got after I paid for the app. Can you guys please fix this? I'm sure there are Apple best practices to go by, and you certainly aren't following them. It feels very deceptive. If it's $10 a year, fine. Say it's $10 a year. Don't say "oh, it's $10 for the PRO app but psych, you can't use it after a year"? Like seriously, who has even ever heard of buying the same app again to renew your a subscription? How does that even work? It's always done via in-app purchases, which isn't what this was. I still think you guys are full of it.
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  • Sep 17, 2020

    By Michael Gordon
    First, I recommend Cube ACR. It's 1.99 per month and it's automatic. This app requires you making enough moves to solve a Rubik's Cube. You have to manually record every call. And it's $5.99 a month? It seems like they dug up a dinosaur and decided to serve you a dinosaur.
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  • Sep 17, 2020

    By Malka Havah
    I'm a little annoyed. It worked fine now all of a sudden the line is telling me the phone number is only for tape a call users and download the app....my subscription doesn't end for another month...
    more
  • Jul 16, 2020

    By James Williamson
    Nothing but a scam and a big joke telling you that you have 7 days free trial but before you can take advantage of your so-called Free trial you have to give out your credit card information, what a joke! If it's a 7-Day free trial then let it be a 7-Day free trial!! Credit card not required Untill After 7 day free trial then ask for the credit card one more Point, all record a calls failed to work properly on Samsung phones security so, offer 7 day free trial with No Strings Attached.
    more
  • Sep 19, 2020

    By Jinesh Patalia
    It's a trap, and unless you commit to buy, you can't even test the app.... They are clearly relying on people forgetting to cancel the purchase in time... This is something many people forget in this after of auto pay... Scam trap scam trap .
    more

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  • Stalkers Beware! Aug 30, 2017

    By mrsasia
    Best recording app out there. When I was being stalked, threatened and harassed by phone, I was elated when I found Tape A Call. I told the stalker he was being recorded, turned on the beep (signaling call is being recorded), but he was so psychotic he didn't care. In fact he told me no one would believe me because anyone can create fake recordings. The judge sided with me since I did follow the law in recording him. 3 yrs have passed since a warrant & Peace Order was obtained, and he started calling again bc another girl is taking him to court for stalking. He claims I urged her but I don't even know her and she lives faraway. So before I blocked his new number, I tried to get as much info as I could (like is he in town with a gun?). I told him to hold on, that I was working and launched Tape a Call. I feel safe and he's blocked. So anyone with a stalker, an abusive ex, or if you have a feeling the call is sketchy, ask them to hold on (mute), add call conference, call Tape A Call, merge the calls and continue the conversation. The beep required by law in some states is loud but no one to date has asked me what it is. I love you Tape A Call for my peace of mind!
    more
  • Sep 7, 2020

    By Don
    Wow! I'm glad I downloaded this app from a Facebook or YouTube ad because if I read these horrible reviews, yikes. I have a Samsung S20, and have tried at least 15 recording apps with ZERO success, and expected as much, because I heard the new Samsung phones block recording. But this app works GREAT. I've only made several calls so far, incoming/outgoing, and it worked perfectly, so far. And I emailed a URL link for my first 22 minute call to the person I was talking with on the phone, so she could listen or download the recording too. Worth every penny.
    more
  • Simple to use, superb quality Jun 24, 2019

    By AmperArt
    Very first and very best app I purchased for my iPhone! Records incoming and outgoing calls with a simple push of the big red button. The only flaw is that you have to remember to merge the calls manually; I wish I could sense when both parties were connected and merge automatically. Sound quality is superb. Easily name the file. Share recordings with others. Are use this for two reasons: so I don't miss details about clients' projects, and also as a back up for dealing with customer service idiots. It is so easy to misspell an email address one of the best uses is to be able to listen to it again. Fantastic app – well worth the $10 I spent on it, and even worth 10 times that much. Update: Type a call keeps improving their service by configuring the interface for an even better user experience, and by adding new features such as transcription (which I can’t wait to try!). And it’s still only $10 several years after I first signed up.
    more
  • Great app for recording with I-phone. Oct 30, 2019

    By Frenzerelly
    At first I wondered why I would have to call a number to record phone conversations. But this is a “problem” inherent to i-phone (Apple) products. This does not mean your I-phone is a real problem (hence the quotes). It is a security feature, which would prevent other software from eavesdropping without you knowing it. Other folks who I know using the same app for non i-phone products do not have to call and merge the conversations. This far it has helped me out a lot by recording conversations which later could have become a problem, to simply secure some evidence (provided it could be used as such, since not every law will recognize recordings, plus you want to make sure recording conversations without approval from the opposite party is legal in your state/country). I got the paid version, and this far been working flawless for me.
    more
  • Aug 28, 2020

    By Peter Helms
    I'm really not sure why all these "people" are writing negative reviews. I literally downloaded the app, bought the subscription, and tested it out. It seems to be working just fine. I have used several of these call recording apps that are on the market and so far this is the best one yet. Simple user interface, great quality audio on the recordings, the share file as a URL is a really nice feature, and the unlimited storage space too. I do think a few improvements could be made though.
    more
  • Small issue but overall great. Aug 7, 2018

    By Crys314
    I’ll jump straight to the con. The con is that you have to merge calls with another that is doing the recording. So if you are making a call you have to click over to the recording app, call the app # and merge the calls for the recording to begin. Luckily I am usually using this for business purposes and there is always 2-3 minutes of options to push so the interruption is ok. When someone calls in or answers immediately I have to ask them to hold in order to merge the recording number. Which is very odd to them. Sometimes I miss out on important recordings because of this. That aside I am using this app because my insurance company and Dr. seem to be up to shady business. This has absolutely been a lifesaver! No more scribbling notes, dates, phone numbers, or anything else. I get it all on recording. Also it just so happens I am catching discrepancies in the process. Great app!
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  • Satisfied, But Static Noise Is Bothersome Jan 25, 2018

    By heavyheartstudio.com
    I download this app after a lot of research. I was very please with my test calls, both incoming and outbound. Others have complained about the price not being clearly stated or that some of their calls were not recorded. If you READ the instructions and follow them, there are no issues at all. However, I recorded an conversation tonight that was intermittently sprayed with static (or broken-up sounds). I turned WiFi on and off hoping it would improve the call but it did not. I had full signal/reception bars. Not sure what happened. During the call I missed some important conversation pieces. When I listened to the recording afterwards, it sounded the same as when I was in the phone. I assume this could be my fault (either iPhone or carrier related) as much as the app’s so I am 99% satisfied with the purchase.
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  • Helpful BUT not reliable Apr 3, 2020

    By AMG923
    I record a weekly call I have and It’s happened more than 10 times that I couldn’t record the call. Either A) I would get busy dial tone when calling the recording line and therefore couldn’t record B) I would be able to merge the calls but then when I hung up and opened the app the recording had no audio. This was worse because I had faith the call was being recorded so I did not take notes and then it turned out it didn’t even record. So it was a recording of 40 minutes of silence. I hope the app developers can fix these bugs because other than that it’s a great app... when it works. You can label the recordings and play at different speeds and you can even share them via audio file or public url.
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  • Staff reporter (10+ years) Oct 26, 2018

    By champybaby
    I share my job for insight. I’ve been a staff reporter for a decade; I’ve been using this app for three years now. I must have well over 500 interviews on this app. I’ve opted to leave a review because this app needs three features. No. 1, it needs a bookmark feature. As it stands now, you can only rewind or fast forward in 15 second intervals. I want the option to bookmark multiple points of an interview, which would be on par to every voice recorder ever made. No. 2, it needs an option to change the rewind/FF intervals. Ideally, in 5 second intervals up to 1 minute. No. 3, more options to slow down audio. Some people talk *really* fast and as it stands, the current options are sometimes too fast or too slow. Old school voice recorders offer this feature, too. I’ve expressed this to the developers for years. They won’t implement them, despite journalists being a large portion of their audience. Overall, this is a good, reliable app. Sharing audio is crazy easy; it’s *reliable* which is critical. However, if I found a rival that offered the features outlined above, I’d switch and wouldn’t flinch if it resulted in paying more.
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  • Excellent tool but not entirely reliable May 31, 2018

    By Micah6824
    I’ve used this app for a few days and for several phone calls of varying lengths. Two days in a row, calling two different access numbers, the TapeACall phone service dropped the recording a half hour before my multihour interviews ended. After the first time it happened, the next time I had a long call, I kept checking my phone to be sure no notifications had popped up indicating that the call was dropped. But the second time it happened, despite my checking regularly, I didn’t see a notification until after I had hung up. So I’ve lost a collective hour of interviews over two phone calls. At this point, if you’re using this system, you better have a backup. Either another external recorder or transcribe your interview as you go along (no easy feat).
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  • Deceptive billing/terms Sep 1, 2017

    By mllehunt
    Just know before you pay for the app that you're only paying for one year of the service. The way they've set this up doesn't make it obvious. I mean, honestly, all I have to go on is the rep I emailed with because normally, when it's a subscription service, it says so when you are authorizing the charge and on the receipt AND it would show up in iTunes under Subscriptions, but none of those places show TapeACall. The only places that mention anything about one year of unlimited recording (which is the service, by the way, and not an add-on), are the app description and the email I got after I paid for the app. Can you guys please fix this? I'm sure there are Apple best practices to go by, and you certainly aren't following them. It feels very deceptive. If it's $10 a year, fine. Say it's $10 a year. Don't say "oh, it's $10 for the PRO app but psych, you can't use it after a year"? Like seriously, who has even ever heard of buying the same app again to renew your a subscription? How does that even work? It's always done via in-app purchases, which isn't what this was. I still think you guys are full of it.
    more
  • Sep 17, 2020

    By Malka Havah
    I'm a little annoyed. It worked fine now all of a sudden the line is telling me the phone number is only for tape a call users and download the app....my subscription doesn't end for another month...
    more
  • Bought the pro version a few years ago and now have to pay more? May 22, 2018

    By pretensions
    I bought the $10 pro version of the app a few years ago for school, back when it was a one-time fee. I opened it again recently to use for the first time in maybe 17 months, when lo and behold, my purchase was rendered useless by the app’s switch to a subscription model. The developers should at least try to honor old customers’ purchases instead of screwing them over, maybe? Or at least some notice would have been nice before they switched models. Otherwise, the app works fine most of the time. Back when I used it every week for interviews, there were a few hiccups where it didn’t save my calls, but generally okay. Anyway, that’s rendered pointless because I refuse to pay a subscription fee for this now on top of my original flat fee.
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  • Sep 17, 2020

    By Michael Gordon
    First, I recommend Cube ACR. It's 1.99 per month and it's automatic. This app requires you making enough moves to solve a Rubik's Cube. You have to manually record every call. And it's $5.99 a month? It seems like they dug up a dinosaur and decided to serve you a dinosaur.
    more
  • Jul 16, 2020

    By James Williamson
    Nothing but a scam and a big joke telling you that you have 7 days free trial but before you can take advantage of your so-called Free trial you have to give out your credit card information, what a joke! If it's a 7-Day free trial then let it be a 7-Day free trial!! Credit card not required Untill After 7 day free trial then ask for the credit card one more Point, all record a calls failed to work properly on Samsung phones security so, offer 7 day free trial with No Strings Attached.
    more
  • Sep 19, 2020

    By Jinesh Patalia
    It's a trap, and unless you commit to buy, you can't even test the app.... They are clearly relying on people forgetting to cancel the purchase in time... This is something many people forget in this after of auto pay... Scam trap scam trap .
    more
  • Sep 14, 2020

    By Amjad Sheikh
    needed to record some call. and i need a monthly or weekly subscription.. wao... No thanks... deleting it and going with next free app. Dont waste your time on it if u are not looking a full call service app. which u need to pay to tryout :(
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  • Jul 24, 2020

    By Kelson Blount
    Not paying, not trying a 7 day free trial. Don't care how good it supposedly is, it isn't so good as to pay for free software
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