I need to record a few business phone calls on my iPhone, but Apple does not provide a built-in feature to record phone calls on the iPhone. However, it is possible to record calls using third-party apps or external devices. It is all about the instructions of my instructor, so I want to record them because I don't entirely remember the guidelines.

I know that laws regarding call recording vary by location, so I will ensure to comply with local laws and inform the other party that I'm recording the call if required. In this regard, I found this source very helpful but I am not sure whether I should use a third-party app or simply use a recording device.

I found some information like this on the internet as well:

Here's how you can record calls on an iPhone using third-party apps:

Use a Call Recording App:

- Visit the App Store on your iPhone.
- Search for "call recording apps" and browse through the available options.
- Choose a reputable app that suits your needs and download it.
- Follow the app's setup instructions, which may vary depending on the app you choose.
- Typically, these apps work by merging your call with a third-party service, so you'll need to initiate calls from within the app to record them.

Google Voice:

- You can use Google Voice to record incoming calls. Set up a Google Voice account if you don't have one.
- Open the Google Voice app.
- Tap on the settings (gear) icon.
- Under "Calls," turn on "Call Options" and enable call recording.
- During a call, press "4" on your keyboard to start recording. You'll hear a message indicating that the call is being recorded.

Use a VoIP Service:

Some VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) services like Skype and Zoom offer built-in call recording features for both incoming and outgoing calls.

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