According to Mashable, the tape recorder launched for some users in the United States last year will finally enter more countries.
According to Mashable, the main reason for the launch is legal restrictions in certain areas where call recording without the contact’s prior consent is illegal.
The Google Phone application is available in the Google Play store. A 9to5Google report stated that the feature will be launched globally “as a server-side update” and that “some people in India already have this feature.”
Mashable cited 9to5Google’s report that the update will target “countries/regions with loose call recording laws, including many other countries/regions, as long as one party to the conversation needs to agree to legally record the call.”
After the feature is released, a new “Call Recording” subsection will be provided in the app’s settings, where users can change the time they want to automatically delete recordings or never delete them.
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