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Topic # 146521 20-May-2014 17:02
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Hi guys,

I'm currently rocking a droid, and don't get me wrong, they're awesome, but I'm slowly being reeled into the simplicity of the Apple again. However I do have one potential deal breaker, I record all of my phone calls on my droid at the moment, and I need that functionality on my mobile device, so my question to you iOS nutters is, has anyone gotten call recording working for iPhones, not some gimmick where you route calls through some foreign call center, I'm talking about native call recording. 

Any help you can give, would be greatly appreciated. 




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  Reply # 1049951 20-May-2014 17:42
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Can't do it natively, yet. Apple has the calling part of the OS on lockdown, the only API available to devs is to initiate a phone call which is then handed to the OS for user to confirm.

Currently I think your main option would be to use a 3rd party service. I remember using one that would effectively have a 3-way conference call with the 3rd party listening in and recording. Would track your caller ID and notify you in app app when recording done.




 




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  Reply # 1050877 22-May-2014 09:48
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KieranReid: Can't do it natively, yet. Apple has the calling part of the OS on lockdown, the only API available to devs is to initiate a phone call which is then handed to the OS for user to confirm.

Currently I think your main option would be to use a 3rd party service. I remember using one that would effectively have a 3-way conference call with the 3rd party listening in and recording. Would track your caller ID and notify you in app app when recording done.


Not going to lie, thats a little disappointing. However when articles like this surface, I'm kind of happy to stay on the droids. 




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