Skype is featuring the Evoca Call Recorder for Skype in its global Skype Shop! Evoca is also featured in the Skype App Directory main page and in its Evoca Call Recorder app page. The Skype Shop special deal doubles the new Evoca subscriber’s recording storage time upon sign up.
Evoca, a 100% cloud-based voice recording service, uniquely provides everything a Skype user needs to record free Skype calls and post digital audio recordings online with a 360-degree set of features: web-based Skype call recording, saving recordings in MP3 format, managing recordings from within the subscriber’s secure online account, publishing recordings online – to websites, blogs, Facebook and Twitter, and inviting audio playback on any smartphone, tablet or computer. Because Evoca is web-based, no software downloads or updates are required. Evoca subscription Plans are available, including acquiring a custom Skype call recorder and custom local or toll-free dial-in phone number. Skype users can start with a 15-day Free Trial and upgrade at any time.
In the Evoca How It Works section, you can learn the five ways to record Skype calls using Evoca, including your own voice, interviews, conference calls, and the audio stream of a video call. It is great for journalists, writers, sales people, experts, coaches, educators, students, storytellers, and professional or amateur genealogists who want to capture oral history recordings. Subscribers also can invite other people to create recordings that are saved to the subscriber’s Evoca account.
Evoca subscribers also can create recordings in other ways: record using any phone and the online recorder that Evoca provides within each subscriber’s online account. Sharing and publishing digital audio recordings is easy, too, including posting to Facebook, Twitter, and any website or blog. Keeping a recording private or emailing a recording only to specific people is always an option.