Recording phone calls on an iPhone can be a pain. You either have to pay for an app that probably only works through a custom dialer (or the phone app, which doesn’t help if you need to make a call through WhatsApp, Skype, or a different service), or you end up using a tape recorder or another phone to record the call over speaker. But PhotoFast is attempting to fix this problem with its Call Recorder adapter.
The Call Recorder plugs into the Lighting port on your iPhone and can record calls made on the device through services like Skype, Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, Line, Viber, and WeChat. The device uses .m4a format for the recordings, and you can choose to save the files to your local storage or a microSD card.
For incoming calls, there is a record button directly on the Call Recorder which will automatically start a recording once you press it. It also comes with a 3.5mm headphone jack, so it can double as an adapter. The PhotoFast Call Recorder is available through Indiegogo’s product marketplace — which is for products that are already shipping — for $125. Shipping is expected to take one to two weeks.
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