The Top Three Reasons For Recording A Phone Call

Posted by Aimee Eucce on Tue, Dec 17, 2013 @ 04:00 AM

There once was a time when paper and pen were the only options to record or recount situations. Fortunately, this was long ago. Today, there are many ways to record conversations and meetings. One can use a small voice recorder, a video camera, and even an app-enabled cellular phone. There are many reasons why a person might want to record a phone call. We are going to take a look at the most popular reasons why people record conversations in their day-to-day life.

Saving & Sharing

In life there are many moments you will want to be able to remember and share. Imagine your spouse reading a story or singing a song to comfort your five year old even though your spouse is five thousand miles away on business. With call recording, you can play it again and again for your child until your spouse comes home. Perhaps you are speaking with your Grandparents and they begin to tell a family story which you want to remember and add to your ancestry.com account, or you decide to conference call family members from different parts of the country so you can record everyone singing Happy Birthday to your great Aunt who is turning eighty. There are potentially an unlimited number of stories you could imagine.  The key is to use the right software or app to record your calls. Not all programs allow you to begin recording once a call is already in progress.


More and more college students are opting to meet via conference call versus meeting in person due to work and family commitments. If the call is recorded students who might have missed the call can quickly be brought up to speed by simply listening to the recording. Unfortunately, key information can be lost and the ability to document action items for the group is nearly impossible if the call is not recorded. 


Podcasting & Interviewing

Why use fancy equipment when you can save money and use your phone? Whether you are interviewing someone for an article, blog post, or podcast, using a VoIP service is a quick and efficient method to create podcast episodes.

All in all there are many different providers of VoIP services. The key is to choose the right service, one that will allow you to record at any point in a phone conversation. What if you could use that same service to make free or super low cost calling, messaging, fax, language translation, location and media sharing and more in one easy to use all-in-one communications app? Voxox is the answer. Voxox is an all-in-one communications app that can do all this and more. Download the app today and take it for a test drive. It’s available for Android, iOS, PC and Mac laptops, with Voxox your communication will never be the same! Please be sure you know the laws about recording phone conversations in your location. You need to make sure that you are not breaking any privacy laws or regulations. How will you use Voxox?


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