'Audio Recorder' is the First True iPhone Call Recorder Ever to Hit Cydia
Have you ever wanted to record your iPhone phone calls similarly to the way that companies might record your conversations with them to improve customer service? Well now you can, thanks to the first iPhone call recorder to hit Cydia called Audio Recorder
by iOS developer limneos
All phone calls recorded with Audio Recorder can be stored locally on your iPhone so you can listen to them later and calls are recorded on the device itself without the need for a remote server, meaning you won't have to have an internet connection to record your calls. This is great for conversations with your friends that you want to be able to listen back on to prove someone wrong on what they have said, and is also great if you need to record a call from a threatening caller to send in to the police. All locally-stored iPhone calls can be played from the device, sent via e-mail, or deleted on demand.
Because recording a call requires the consent of the other person before you can legally record them, the tweak will automatically play a voice message alerting the other person that they will be recorded during this call. They then have the choice to hang up, or continue talking. This feature cannot be disabled by the user.
According to the developer, Audio Recorder only works on the iPhone 4S and iPhone 5, but older devices will be supported in a future update. There is also currently a bug in the software that makes it so iPhone 4S users have to use speaker phone mode to record calls.
If you’ve been waiting patiently for a phone call recording solution for the iPhone, then Audio Recorder is something you will want to check out. It is available for download in Cydia through Limneos' personal repository (add http://limneos.net/repo);
after downloading the tweak from Cydia, you can head over to the Settings application and you’ll be able to purchase the tweak for $3.99 from there.