Recording your phone conversations might prove to be a rather useful feature in many circumstances, and we are not even talking about ransom demands here, rather the plain old forgetting of a shopping list your wife mentioned on the phone and went into a tunnel just when you were wondering was it skim milk or 2%.
Granted, some Android handsets come with a preinstalled call recorder in the dialer app, which comes in very handy, but for those who don't, there are dedicated apps in the Play Store. Unfortunately, call recording on Android is still hit-or-miss, highly dependent on the device and the software version, and you might need to record on speaker often. Motorola phones, for instance, rarely apply, the Galaxy S III has workaround issues after the Jelly Bean update, and the S II needs the recording sources tinkered with, to name a few.
Yet if they work on your handset, the apps not only let you record your conversations, but can automate the task, convert the resulting audio files, and even shoot them out via email and the like straight away. You can give them a try to check if your specific device is supported, as we've rounded some of the best call recording apps for you in the slideshow below.