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Call Recorder Creates Holistic Caller Management

By Maurice Nagle, Web Editor
September 21, 2017

Our always-on, always-plugged-in world, is venturing ever deeper into the digital era. Your smartphone is something you’d never leave home without, as this powerful piece of technology has become an integral tool to professional success. It is equipped with an arsenal of applications geared to improve performance and efficiency.

This week, CallApp announced Call Recorder, to join its Contacts, Dialer and Caller ID App. In downloading the CallApp application, users can take advantage of the industry’s first all-in-one caller management solution for the smartphone.

Call Recorder is capable of high quality recordings of phone calls, speaker phone, Bluetooth and handset. Aside from providing caller ID, spam blocker and call recording, the Call Recording application supports the majority of Android (News - Alert) devices. CallApp also allows for users to share recordings via email or social media, as well.

Currently, CallApp’s initial release “CallApp” has almost 40 million people leveraging the caller ID application. The Call Recorder addition creates a true all-in-one solution that offers profiles for each caller – name, photo and social media – and all the functionality one needs to utilize the power of call recording from the palm of one’s hand – in 16 languages no less.

“It took us quite some time and a lot of work to reach the level of service that we now offer" says Amit On, CallApp's CEO. "We are proud to provide such an extensive caller ID solution, while keeping it totally free for our users."  

CallApp’s Call Recorder is currently available for download from the Google (News - Alert) Store, and is free to download.

Call recording is a vital piece in the operations of any organization. From improving the contact center and customer service, to creating a record of meeting to make the sale this now necessary technology is aiding to boost the bottom line, while protecting business interests along the way.

Do you record calls on your smartphone? 

Edited by Mandi Nowitz