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Best apps: For storing cellphone conversations

Calltrunk, Uppidy

Calltrunk can record and store every call you make using its website or free app, then provide easy ways to sort through them. On an iPhone or on Skype, you can also record all incoming calls. For a fee, Calltrunk will also transcribe any call, while its new, not yet “truly reliable” Argo Search function allows you to search the audio files for specific words or phrases in past conversations. Audio storage services run from $5 to $50 a month. 

Uppidy provides a free service that automatically stores all of your phone’s incoming and outgoing text messages in a cloud-based personal account, where you’re able to sort them by date or sender. The app works best on Android and BlackBerry phones; iPhone owners can use it, too, but only through “a clumsy desktop workaround.”
Source: The Wall Street Journal

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