Call recording apps will stop working for the following reason-Information Technology
Google has just changed the policy of Google Play, and this will make third-party call recording apps useless from May 11, 2022.
According to member NLL Apps (Reddit), the changed policies this time affect the use of Accessibility API by application developers.
Google says that the Accessibility API is not designed for remote call recording, and the company clarified this policy during a recent webinar for developers.
3rd party call recording applications will stop working in the near future. Photo: Tieu MINH
Google has gradually deprecated and removed the APIs that allow call recording on some versions Android. The company does this for the privacy of its users, and also because of the laws in some countries.
Starting with Android 10 version, Google has blocked the call recording feature by default. As a result, to get around the limitation, apps on Google Play have started using the Accessibility API for call recording, however this will no longer be possible after Google rolls out the new changes next month.
Even so, Google’s new policy may only affect third-party call recording apps on Google Play. Separate call recording function on phones such as Google Pixels, Xiaomi… will not be affected.
Basically, system apps can use any permissions on the phone, while third party apps need to be granted permission.
Will developers be able to make changes to the new policy before the May deadline? It remains unclear where the fate of call recording apps will go.
What do you think about Google restricting the call recording app? Do you agree with this change, or do you dislike it? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.
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