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The Smartphone Call Recorder makes a recording of your phone conversations

There are plenty of times when recording a phone conversation can be very useful. Maybe you’re sick, and your doctor is trying to give you instructions to follow while you’re on pain killers. Or perhaps someone is giving you driving instructions that you’re bound to forget. Of course, some of the most common uses are for legal purposes. Whatever your reason, this Smartphone Call Recorder should help you out.

Depending on where you live, it’s illegal to record a phone call without the consent of the other party. This is why you’ll find that most smartphones don’t have that capability. This device uses a Bluetooth connection to make the call, and record it. Like any other Bluetooth handset, you’ll end up using this device to talk, rather than your actual phone. For those of you worries about legal issues, you can have the phone play a prerecorded message informing the other party that the call is being recorded. If you’re not sure about your local laws, it’s good idea to err on the side of caution and play the message. The device can record up to 340 hours of audio on the 2GB of built-in memory. You’re going to need a lot of good reasons to record calls in order to justify the $200 price tag, though.

Scott – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.

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