Windows 10 Voice Recorder app updated to fix Call Recording feature

By: Vamien McKalin
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Windows 10 Mobile users currently running the latest version of the Insider Preview were taken aback recently after the Voice Recorder app was rendered useless in some ways. Apparently, the Call Recording feature wasn’t working as it should, causing some users to wonder if Microsoft was on the verge of removing it.

We can say for certain right now that the software giant has no plans remove the Call Recording feature. Instead, Microsoft decided to update the Voice Recorder app to fix the issue users have been facing. Insiders have reported that the problem is now rectified, so users can go ahead and record private conversations without the other party knowing.

If you’re interested in the new update, head over to the Windows Store and download the newest version of the Voice Recorder app.

Not interested in the Voice Recorder app for Windows 10 Mobile? That’s no biggie because there’s a voice recording option in the new OneNote app.

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