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Yup. We teach you how to record phone calls with your phone…
Anchor, a free app for iPhone and Android, recently added a new feature that lets you easily record phone calls. Plus, a few minutes after you hang up, the app is supposed to email you a written transcript of the call.
This is how to record a call with Anchor:
- Launch the app on your phone
- If you haven’t created an account yet, do that stuff first
- From the home screen of the Anchor app, press the big, red button at the bottom with the + symbol inside of it
- On the next screen, swipe to the left to enter the “Interview” mode
- On this screen, you can choose to dial a number, or pick a phone number from your contacts
- Call the person you want to record, and you’re good to go
Burger King released a 15-second ad today that was designed to trigger Google Home into describing the Whopper to you:
Within a couple of hours of the commercial being published, Google disabled the “sonic fingerprint” of this specific trigger phrase. They do the same thing on their Google Home commercials.
Here’s a link from The Washington Post that explains the United States’ government’s failed attempt to wrongfully attack free speech – https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-switch/wp/2017/04/07/the-u-s-government-has-withdrawn-its-request-ordering-twitter-to-identify-a-trump-critic/?tid=a_inl&utm_term=.1f488a26a4f2
Sweet Tweet of the Week:
so my mom accidentally ordered an xs dog bed but he’s still grateful.. pic.twitter.com/Lm5rfdIWeL
— pae❁ (@paetonmathes) April 11, 2017
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