Over the past several years, smartphones have evolved and come a long way. Companies keep on adding new features and expand functionality. Unlike iPhones, a majority of Android smartphones offer a built-in call recording feature. So you don’t have to pay extra for third-party call recorders or trust-free call recorders with your data. This article will explain how you can record calls on Samsung Galaxy F02s, Galaxy F12, Galaxy F41, Galaxy F62.
OnePlus has quickly converted itself from an obscure brand that very few had heard of to a household name in the smartphone market. It offers smartphones with excellent specifications and smooth software experience at a compelling price point. Its phones run OxygenOS, which offers plenty of features, including an option to record calls, without appearing bloated.
After unveiling Android 11 in February 2020, Google released four developer beta versions of the newest Android operating system. Earlier this month, Google finally released the first public beta version of Android 11 for its Pixel lineup of devices. If you want to install it on your compatible Pixel smartphone, you can follow our simple tutorial.
Samsung smartphones are quite famous for offering dozens of additional features that are usually not available on phones with stock Android software and iPhones. The company’s new One UI software not only looks brilliant in terms of design but also offers plenty of useful features, including the ability to record calls.
OPPO’s subsidiary smartphone brand Realme is quickly gaining popularity across Asia and Europe because it is churning out high-quality smartphones with a relatively higher value-for-money factor. Realme phones come with Android 10-based Realme UI software that offers dozens of additional features that are not found in stock Android, and those features include call recording, themes, and more.
Xiaomi is among the world’s top smartphone brands, and in fact, it is the number one smartphone brand in various countries like India and Spain. The company makes some excellent value-for-money smartphones with not only great hardware but also excellent software features. If you wish to record calls on your Xiaomi smartphone, you can do so (except in some countries where it’s illegal to record calls without consent – you can read about them in this Wikipedia article) quite easily.
Work from home is the new norm these days. The COVID-19 pandemic around the world has forced the majority to start working from home. The practice has led to a surge in demand for work from home tools and equipment including routers, webcams, microphones, laptop stand, and more. Most of them are out of stock and the ones in stock are costing double/triple from the original price. Thankfully, you can use your Android phone as a webcam and on PC and Mac. In this article, we will help you set up your Android phone as a webcam on PC and Mac.
The call recording feature for voice calls is not available on all smartphones. Apple and Google outright decline to add this feature citing privacy issues. However, some Android smartphone brands offer this feature, including Samsung. In this article, I will show you how to record calls on Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+, and Galaxy S20 Ultra
Both Google and Apple are betting big on Augmented Reality with ARcore and ARkit tools respectively. While the developers are busy creating AR apps, the companies themselves have added some AR use cases in Android and iOS. Apple has added the Measure app to measure objects using the iPhone camera app. Google is focusing on fun elements here. Back in February 2018, the search giant launched AR stickers for the Google Camera app on Pixel devices. The functionality was limited to Pixel devices and Android phones with the Google Camera app. Last year, Google announced 3D animals function using the AR through its search engine.
Samsung yesterday officially started the Android 10 + One UI 2.0 beta program for the Galaxy S10 series. For now, the company has only launched the beta program is selected markets of the world. However, if you wish to, you can install the Android 10/One UI 2.0 beta firmware on your Galaxy S10e, S10 or S10+ in just a few simple steps.