The ability to record phone calls is a useful feature for many people. While the native iOS has a inbuilt app to record voice and voice memos, but there is no option to record incoming and out going calls on your iPhone, Apple has most likely not built this feature in because it invades privacy, and it is illegal in many States in the U.S to record phone calls without the knowledge of the other party. If, however, you do want to record calls for any reason such as personal, official, or educational purpose, you can depend on a Cydia tweak named as AudioRecorder 2 that lets you record your calls on your iPhone without any problem.
AudioRecorder 2 tweak, not only lets users record audio calls on their iPhone and iPad but also lets them record system audio, which means you can record any audio coming out of your iOS device. AudioRecorder 2 comes with tons of features and options that make it a worthy download and is much more powerful than the stock Voice Recorder app found on iOS.
With AudioRecorder 2 you can record audio for normal phone calls, Facetime audio and video calls, calls made on apps like Skype, Viber, Tango, LINE etc. On top of that you also get the ability to record any audio coming out of your device, something that is not possible with the stock recording app. The best thing about this tweak is that it keeps all the recordings safe on your device’s local memory. You can also activate the sync feature that will automatically transfer new records to your Dropbox or Google Drive accounts. Recordings can be shared with anyone, transferred to a PC as well as exported to third-party apps.
The tweak is packed with many handy features out of which my favorite is the ability for users to assign any contact to always record. Once you do that any call coming from that particular contact will be recorded and stored automatically. Users can also configure recording automation on app basis. So you can record all calls made on Skype while keeping the process manual on other applications.
Another useful feature of AudioRecorder 2 is that it can play a recorded message for your caller to let them know you are recording the call. You can turn this option on or off based on your personal preference. You’ll also need to establish an Activator gesture that can be used to invoke the AudioRecorder manual interface. This manual interface will allow you to start and stop recordings while anywhere on the iPhone.
Lastly, you can establish recording settings for system audio, telephony calls, FaceTime calls, and Skype calls. The system audio option allows you to record any audio that comes in or out from you iPhone while an application is using the speaker or microphone.
Install AudioRecorder 2 Cyda Tweak
- Open Cydia on your iPhone.
- Tap on Manage –> Sources and Add “limneos.net/repo” source there.
- Search for “ AudioRecorder 2 (iOS 8 & 9) ” and install it.
AudioRecorder 2 is compatible with iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5S, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus and all iPads. however, There are a few limitations that you should consider prior to purchasing. The iPad doesn’t support system audio recording, which could be a deal-breaker for would-be iPad users, The iPhone 4S features a limitation that means you must use speaker to record regular telephony phone calls.
Legal issues are still plaguing this particular feature because call recording is a breach of privacy. There can’t be apps related to call recording on the App Store and obviously, Cydia is the only way out. However, you must remember that if you’re using AudioRecorder 2, you should be aware of the risks involved.
If you rely on AudioRecorder 2, This is a free update for owners of the previous version whereas it costs $3.99 for the new users.
What do you think about AudioRecorder 2? Sound off down below in the comments with your thoughts.
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