Say hello to the latest version of Killer Mobile’s recording app for Android smartphones, Call Recorder Total Recall 2. Call Recorder Total Recall 2 is by far one of the most user friendly and secure ways to record your phone calls, both in and out, using the built in microphone in your Android running device.
First things first, the app is available for download in the Google Play Store for just $10 just click here and follow the instructions.
Call Recorder Total Recall 2 is basically the newer and much improved version of the initial Call Recorder for Android. The app was actually built up from scratch, in order to offer the best user experience possible but also providing a reliable and secure platform for recording your calls&voice.
The app is playing in a league of its own when it comes to recording stuff, as it comes packed with useful features, like the Auto Sending the recordings, the fully configurable Clip Naming, not to mention a very easy to use in call recorder widget and much, much more.
If you are already a customer of the old app, all you have to do is to email Killer Mobile at email@example.com with your IMEI and order number and you will receive a free license for the latest Call Recorder Total Recall 2. You can also opt out for a trial period :
Call Recorder Total Recall 2 is one of the few apps available on the market today which actually delivers everything it promised. Unlike other voice recording apps, Total Recall 2 will make your “spying” job easy as pie, being packed with automatic defaults and number settings that are easily customizable to suit your needs.
Call Recorder Total Recall 2 is a professional tool, being capable of two way recording, which means that both sides of the conversation are recorded, not just from your microphone. Keep in mind that Killer Mobile has extensive experience in the “surveillance” field, being around since 2003, so you can trust them completely when it comes to recording calls. And I’m saying that as a compliment, by all means.
So, how it works? Well, after downloading the app from the Google Play Store, you can install in in the free trial-version, but be advised ; don’t like it too much (and that will be hard!), because you’ll have to pay for it after your free trial ends.
The app will detect if you’re using an Android device with root access and it will install a custom method for using it.
Here is how the main screen of the app looks like, with all your recordings listed :
Browsing through your recordings is possible by hitting the down arrow that is available beside each recording and you must press the controls for playing them.
If you want to record a phone call, there’s a floating widget for you with various controls in it, which makes in-call recording troubles a thing of the past:
The Call Recorder Total Recall 2 app comes with lots of options and menus, all having different settings built into them. All you have to do is to check them all out and select the ones that you actually need.
If you’re not working for the NSA, probably you don’t need to record your calls or friends on a daily basis. But for those “special” situations when you really have to do that, it would be nice to use a cool, professional tool for the job, and that’s exactly what the Call Recorder Total Recall 2 does, with flying colors.
Thanks to its huge number of options and tweaks, Total Recall 2 is offering you total control over your recordings. Some of the best features of Total Recall 2 are fully-automated call recording, especially when you’re not in the mood to fiddle with your smartphone during a call and also the capability to rename every clip.
The app’s interface is well thought and easy to use, having all the settings nicely in the background. All these features make the Call Recorder Total Recall 2 arguably the best voice recording app available for Android today.