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In this section, you will find our professional cell phone audio recorders that work with your favorite iPhone or Android smartphones. Record telephone calls through your Bluetooth connection on your cell phone. Our cell phone recorder can be downloaded to your computer, and there is no need to worry about clunky software. To listen to what you have saved, simply playback your files through Windows media player, VLC or iTunes. The simple one-touch activation allows you to conveniently record your phone calls even if you're caught off guard. Our cell phone audio recorder can be used as an independent body recorder that will allow you to record face-to-face conversations no matter where you may be, giving you great flexibility when dealing with a child custody case, divorce, or verbal abuse at home or work. These devices are even great for law enforcement and secret shoppers.

In this section, you will find our professional cell phone audio recorder that works with your favorite iPhone or Android smart phones. Cell phone recorders help a user record phone calls through their Bluetooth connection on their cell phone. The simple one-touch activation allows you to conveniently record your phone calls even if you're caught off guard or in the middle of a conversation. Additionally, our cell phone audio recorder can be used as a standard audio recorder for recording face-to-face conversations, giving you greater flexibility.

Data from our cell phone recorder can be played back right from the device or downloaded to your computer, and there is no need to worry about clunky software. To listen to your high audio quality recordings through a computer, simply playback your files through Windows Media Player, VLC, or iTunes. When dealing with a child custody case, divorce, or verbal abuse at home or work, these devices come in handy! They are also great for law enforcement, secret shoppers, remote workers, and business managers.

Bluetooth Cell Phone Voice Recorder: Never miss an important call, lecture, or business meeting again! Thanks to Bluetooth technology, voice recording has never been so simple. If you're looking for a great option that captures cell phone calls and in-person recording, check out the Voice and Bluetooth Call Recorder. This device works with any Bluetooth-compatible mobile phone like Androids and Apple products.

With the flip of a switch, you can also use this device to record in-person conversations like a standard voice recorder. Simply slip the 8GB Voice and Bluetooth Call Recorder into a pocket or set it on a table or shelf. With impressive audio capabilities beyond Bluetooth call recording, the voice recorder switch can set the device to pick up audio within 30 feet of the recorder. With its thin, light design, this cell phone recorder also has a built-in USB flash drive end for charging. It doesn't require messy wires or cables so that you can avoid those bulky, awkward recording devices of the past. Record calls, then plug the whole thing into a computer for recharging and reviewing your audio files with ease.

Multi-Platform Support: Yes, many cell phone applications are available that can record phone calls. However, many of these apps do not play well with other applications. Popular services like Whatsapp, FaceTime, or Zoom may not be supported to record meetings as a recording app would need to work on top of them. App limitations like these are bypassed when all of the audio is forced through this hand-held phone recording device via a Bluetooth connection. This cell phone recorder captures the audio of both sides of your conversation, up to 576 hours in total at the lowest audio quality. The Bluetooth Cell Phone Recorder has a separate function of recording the audio of your environment, with an optimal pickup radius of 40 feet. The battery life lasts for up to 20 hours of standard recording of your surroundings or 9 hours using the Bluetooth call recording feature.

You can review audio files from recorded calls or general voice recorder files right from the device with the built-in speaker. It's a great feature when needing to provide audio evidence of an incident right away to law enforcement or human resources. To download your audio files or charge the battery, simply insert the USB into a desktop computer or laptop. Then you can store the audio in Dropbox, your Google drive, or directly to your computer memory. If you're looking for a slim, easy-to-use device capable of capturing important phone calls, then this ultimate recording device is the voice recorder for you!

Audio Surveillance Buyers Guide - Click here - Audio surveillance may seem like a good idea, but there are tons of other things you need to keep in mind. The location of your call recording matters, as does the location of whoever your phone call was with. Here are some legal basics for you to research further before beginning audio surveillance with -- or without -- the other parties' consent.

Legislative Requirements: Laws for using a recording device to gather the audio of a conversation vary for each state in the US. State-level anti-eavesdropping audio laws fall within two categories: one-party consent and two-party consent. You should know what types of recordings are allowed in your area before you start to record calls or in-person conversations.

One Party Consent: The one-party states provide guidelines that only one of the parties must be aware audio recordings have begun before an in-person conversation or a call is started. In these states, only you would need to know the cell phone recording is taking place. Nearly any conversation you have in these states can, legally, be recorded. Be careful, however, when making audio recordings of outgoing or incoming calls from a state within the next category.

Two-Party Consent: The two-party consent states support cell phone voice recorders or recording discussions had in-person only if both parties know about the voice recording. This can land you in trouble if the state you are in requires two-party consent, and it's why you hear an automated voice saying that calls may be recorded when speaking with businesses or agencies that work in multiple states.

Benefits of Call Recording with the Ultimate Recording Device

Identify Customer Service Problems: Communication issues are a common problem that most businesses face while dealing with their patrons. People are just people, and their stress levels from work or home life can affect how they interact with your current and potential clients. The biggest problem is knowing exactly what an employee said to the customer or vice versa in a phone conversation. Everyone's story will be different, so how will you know what really happened?

Recording a phone conversation is an easy way to identify problems, and it may be a necessary business expense if working in medical, legal, or customer service organizations. Many jobs require employees to have work cell phones for speaking with clients or reporting back to the home office. Important details of verbal agreements, disagreements, or even customer service issues can be identified and later corrected simply by making sure all cell phone calls are captured and held by cell phone recorders.

Keep Detailed Recordings: Maintaining records manually is a lot of work and needs a lot of management. However, with this audio recorder, you can use it as a general voice recorder to record meetings in person or via a Bluetooth-compatible mobile phone for when you or the team needs to call in. The handy date and time stamps make it easy to sort through recordings from cell phones to get to the right phone conversation.

Meetings powered by remote work would benefit greatly from being captured on a recording device, as not everyone may be giving their full attention at all times while on their cell phone. With so many people out of the office, it can be hard to keep them on task. Proper management with a recording of cell phone calls and later review with employees will be growing aspects of all business manager jobs as the trend of remote work continues.

Cell phone recording with our audio recording device makes it easier for business owners to maintain records from a company-owned Bluetooth-compatible mobile phone. If you're receiving these recorders into the office, the audio files can be played right from the device with the built-in speaker or loaded to any Windows or Mac computer. With remote workers, you may, instead, be receiving files through Dropbox or Google Drive.

Recover Missed Details: Often, professionals miss out on essential client instructions and details because of human error. Our minds travel, even in the middle of calls or meetings, so audio recordings of the event ensure all points are covered or, at least, can be reviewed later. In-person recording features let you record meetings and keep an accurate account of the minutes. Call recording practices will help recover the details of any conversation, from your talk with this or that doctor, calls from lawyers, or when you didn't listen to your spouse as they rattled off the shopping list. If you're in need of some quick playback to review what you missed right before heading into the store or when recounting a bad employee interaction with human resources, the built-in speaker and onboard controls let you listen to recordings directly from the unit and skip from recording to recording.

Less Hassle: The Bluetooth cell phone audio recorder is a stand-alone device, making recording calls from smart phones easier. Enter pairing mode simply by holding down the power button until the lights flash red and blue, then establish the Bluetooth connection with any of your smart phones through Bluetooth settings. When you receive any incoming calls, flick the switch on the side from the OFF position to MOBILE at any point during the conversation to begin recording through the handset. Call recording has never been easier!

We've spoken about the built-in speaker, but it cannot be overstated that the only connections available with this voice recorder are the wireless Bluetooth capability and the USB flash drive plug-in. Many voice recorder devices that let you listen to recordings directly from the unit require extra headphones or even wired remotes to playback your audio while away from a computer, so this extra feature is incredible. Most voice recorders on the market do not have any Bluetooth capability, so they may use external microphones that fit in your ear to capture the calls from your phone. Most audio recorders come with cables needed to plug the unit into a computer to recharge power, set up, or listen and review, but this unit's built-in USB connector makes all of that so much easier. No cables needed for this device!

Headphone Jack: One drawback of this Bluetooth recorder for smart phones that the traditional voice recorder may have over it is the headphone jack. This device does not have one built-in. However, most headphone jacks are now becoming obsolete, with new styles coming out needing special adapters. Voice recording doesn't need to be complicated with so many wires to keep track of.

How To Record Phone Calls: Now that we have discussed the basic features of the call recorder let us talk about how you can operate it. Following are the steps you should keep in mind.

  • Start by turning on the Bluetooth with your Android or Apple device
  • Press the middle call button on the voice recorder device for 3-5 seconds to enter pairing mode. Users will see a blue and red light flash on the device
  • Access the Bluetooth menu on your device and pair with "BR-20," the name of the product
  • Choose VOICE, OFF, or MOBILE by clicking the slide switch on the side of the voice recorder
  • This will allow the device to record any mobile calls you make after turning it on
  • When answering a call, click the slide switch to MOBILE. Hold the speaker of the voice recorder to your ear to listen to the other side talk
  • Finally, press the silver button on the device to turn it off