Yes, you can place calls to numbers that are in your contacts on your phone, or you can use the manual dialer to call any number you choose. And, when you connect Rambl to your Google or Office 365 account, phone numbers and conference dial-ins are automatically detected in your calendar events, allowing you to make the call with a single tap.
No, audio is not saved to your device during a call, and there is no upload involved.
It is legal to record calls, but given that laws differ state by state, we recommend that you inform the other party you're using an app to record the conversation to capture your call notes. It's the polite thing to do.
To be more specific, 38 states permit single-party consent for a call to be recorded. This means you can record your call since you are party to the call and your consent alone is enough.
However, in 12 states (CA, CT, FL, HI*, IL**, MD, MA, MT, NV, NH, PA, WA) all parties must consent before a call can be recorded. Find more detailed information on this topic here.
*In general a one-party state, but requires two-party consent if the recording device is installed in a private place
**Laws regarding recording a phone call in Illinois are debatable and, as a matter of caution, you should treat it as a two party consent state
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