You would have observed that some of the Java-based phones offered – “Call Record” option back then. However, the same does not apply to our smartphones. Especially, when it comes to an iPhone, you cannot record the voice calls without utilizing additional tools because there is no native support for it.

Do you need a Jailbroken device in order to record calls on iPhone? No! We have a couple of solutions that would let you record calls on iPhone.

1. Record Both Incoming & Outgoing Calls: Using 3rd Party Apps

The best way to record calls on iPhone would be to utilize the apps available at the App Store. It is the most easiest and convenient way to record both incoming and outgoing calls on iPhone. However, in order to do it, you will have to have a few bucks for in-app purchases to record calls on iPhone.

Here, we would suggest two of the best call recording apps for iPhone.

  • Call Recorder Lite

    call recorder lite - how to record calls on iPhone
    Call Recorder Lite is a free-to-download app available at the App Store. It only supports a handful of countries like the United States of America, Canada, Israel, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom.

    After you have successfully installed the application, you will have to select a local number through which your calls would be connected and recorded. Be aware of the roaming charges if you select a number that is not local to you. With the free version, you get to record everything but you will not be able to access the audio recorder past 60 seconds.

    So, you would have to upgrade it to the premium version at just 10 USD which removes the restriction and lets you easily share or export the full call recording.

  • Call Recorder – IntCall

    call recorder int call - how to record calls on iPhone
    With this call recorder installed you get to only record the outgoing calls. However, it supports a whole lot of countries to record the outgoing calls.

    IntCall requires you to have an active Internet connection which it utilizes to connect and record the calls. Similar to any other call recording apps out there, IntCall is free to install but you would need credits to make outgoing calls while recording them.

    You can take a look at the price list after installing the app. For instance, it works with 0.10 USD/min if you make a call to someone in India. So, you would have to add credits in order to make the outgoing call and the voice call would be automatically recorder with no additional steps. To give you a head start, the app offers 0.30 USD of free credit to see how it works. You can then buy more credits if it proves to good enough.


2. Record Incoming Calls: Using Google Voice

Do note that Google Voice is a US-only service for now. So, if are from the United States, you can record your incoming calls using Google Voice.

To get started, simply visit Google Voice’s settings page (Sign in if you are asked).

google voice calls - how to record calls on iPhone

Now, click on the “Calls” tab from the left sidebar.

Scroll down a bit to find the incoming recording call option as shown in the image below.

incoming voice recording - google voice

After you have enabled the option, you can record an incoming voice call to your Google voice number by tapping “4”. 

3. Record Both Incoming & Outgoing Calls: Using External Voice Recorder

external voice recorder

If nothing works out for you, external voice recorders could come handy. However, getting an external voice recorder to record calls on iPhone is an expensive take. Nevertheless, if you are ready to do that, you can get started by looking for a Bluetooth call recorder tailored for iPhone.

We could point you to one such product which costs 100 USD (approx). You can keep an eye out for similar devices to help you out for the cause.

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Wrapping Up

Now that you have known about some interesting ways with which you can record calls on iPhone. Would you mind sharing your method to record calls on iPhone? Did you utilize an app? An external voice recorder?

Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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