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Mar 11, 2013

Clip-On Recorder Simplifies Everything But the Legality Of Recording a Phone Call

Recording a conversation on your smartphone isn't as easy as you think it would be. Varying state-by-state laws make the legality a bit of a gray area, and if you don't have access to the free Google Voice service, you're going to have pay a monthly fee to capture a call. Or, put up with the U2 Mobile Recorder hanging off your handset.

In a round-about way the $134 U2 Mobile Recorder simplifies the act of recording a call on your iPhone or Android-based device. You just plug it into the top-mounted headphone jack of any phone except the iPhone 5, and hit record. Four gigs of non-expandable storage should be able to hold up to 144 hours of conversations, and a USB port allows the recordings to be dumped off to your PC. It's also got its own headphone jack for immediately transcribing a conversation, and on a single charge it can record or play back for about 20 hours. Which is perfect for even the most long-winded of snitches. More here.

2 comments:

YeamieWaffles said...

This is an awesome idea. I honestly would love to be able to record all of my conversations for various reasons, love this idea, I'm sorely tempted to buy this haha because it's just what I need.

Nokel said...

There's an application called Total Recall which records all of your phone conversations without beeping, it's available on s60 devices, and android and it works a charm... So it's not actually that hard to record your conversations if you have either of those two operating systems...