There are too many things you can plug into a phone dialer application, but sometimes developers always forget the most useful parts, intentionally or not. For example, Google Phone, the Google Phone app, has many smart features, such as rich caller ID, but misses basic features such as call recording. However, this will soon be resolved in Google Phone 44 or later, which will eventually bring an easy-to-use recording feature that is not just for making phone calls.
Of course, from a technical point of view, call recording is not an easy task. Google has repeatedly added and removed this feature, possibly for legal reasons and quality standards. Signs that the official Google Phone Dialer app will get the basic feature came earlier this month, and now appear spree Google is almost ready to release it to the world.
XDA analyzed the 44th edition of the Google Phone app, which features a call recording feature. The user interface has been changed to include the Recording icon, which you can click to start and stop recording. The button switches to change its appearance in different states to clearly indicate that the call is being recorded.
In addition to call recording, the Phone app can also play call recordings directly, no longer have to work hard to find files in the file manager to play. And the recording can be immediately shared with the outside world to send the waveform recording file to the recipient.
It’s unclear whether Google will limit the feature to Pixel phone use, and Google has repeatedly warned users in the software of the need to comply with local laws when using the feature.