call recording and voicemail app -- do they exist?

stangri

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Well, the advantages of SIPdroid over symbian built-in SIP support lured me into the android-land, but I'm sort of missing two apps which I got used to on symbian: one to record all my phone calls (tho no symbian app could record SIP calls, only cell-phone calls) and the voicemail machine (where the app would pick up a call after pre-determined amount of time, then play greeting and then would record a caller's message).

And I don't want to shell *monthly* fees for either of these, nor can I use GV for my voicemail.

Does something like that exist on android?

Thanks!
 

Cory Streater

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For the Voicemail part I have used Google Voice, YouMail, PhoneFusion. For my needs, I like PhoneFusion the best. Google Voice was cool, but the voice to text conversion isn't as good as PhoneFusion.

If you search the market for "call recorder" you will see several apps, none with stellar reviews though.
 

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Well, thanks, but AFAIK all these services require me to forward calls to them and since I'm not in US, just forwarding calls would be expensive.

I figured out what my problem was finding call recorder apps -- they're all paid apps and since I'm in Canada I don't have access to them.
 

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?Thank you for your endorsement of PhoneFusion Cory Streater.



Stangri ? we do have local dial in numbers in Canada so you can forward without the need to dial international. Please contact us at support at phonefusion.com and we will be happy to help you"
 

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“Thank you for your endorsement of PhoneFusion Cory Streater."


No problem. I've been very impressed so far, not to mention you guys are on top of bug fixes and updates.

And just so I don't appear to biased, I do encourage everyone to try all the apps I mentioned above. For me personally, I just came to the conclusion that PhoneFusion fit my (voicemail) needs the best. The ability to forward to a Canada # should be good news for the OP.