Google’s Play Store is getting tight for apps that can be used to record calls. Google has set up new rules that partially prohibit such a function. In turn, Google has no problem with Pixel phones – at least abroad.
Record phone calls: app eviction is imminent
Google has announced new terms of service that partly illegal recording of telephone conversations should be prevented. If apps use an Android interface that is actually intended for something completely different, then they should be removed from the Play Store in May.
The change should not affect apps of this type that preinstalled by the manufacturer became. In Germany, such apps are missing anyway due to legal regulations.
Pixel phones not only have advantages when recording phone calls, as can be seen in the video:
Recording phone calls: clear rules in Germany
Telephone calls are allowed in Germany only with the consent of the interlocutor stored – regardless of whether it is a private or business call. Exceptions only apply in rare cases, for example emergency calls to the numbers 110 and 112. Authorities may also monitor and record conversations in criminal investigations if there is a suspicion of a serious crime.