Android is powerful; iOS is crippled in functionality. That's a verified fact.
For example, Android has free incoming/outgoing automatic call recording of length (multiple apps) which store the automatically recorded calls limited only by the size of your internal or external storage cards.
When I mentioned that this useful functionality isn't allowed by Apple for non-jailbroken Apple iOS phones, nospam says it exists (but doesn't provide any useful links).
It's not the hardware that cripples what iOS users can do with their phone, as the hardware on iPhone is actually comparable to Android hardware - so iPhone hardware certainly *can* automatically record incoming and outgoing calls for free onto the internal storage of an iPhone.
It's *Apple* who cripples what non-jailbroken iOS apps can do!
Yet, nospam (in another thread about Patty Winter's friend) insists the functionality exists.
OK. Let's find out the truth, shall we.
Does free incoming/outgoing automatic call recording functionality to internal storage exist on non-jailbroken Apple iOS phones or not?
Heck, let's make the functionality challenge even simpler for the shackled iOS users by eliminating the Android freedom to store on the local device cards any length they can fit.
So let's make the challenge kindergarten simple for the crippled iOS users, shall we?
Does automatic call recording exist on nonjailbroken iOS phones?