By ClearCaptions, LLC
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ClearCaptions adds free captions to your phone calls, displaying them on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. When you use ClearCaptions with your calls, it’s similar to turning on closed captions for your TV shows; you hear AND read what’s being said. ClearCaptions gives your hearing a helping hand.
Use ClearCaptions with any Phone.
ClearCaptions adds captions to the phones you already have, displaying captions of your phone calls on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch. Miss something on a call? Just scroll up to read what you missed.
ClearCaptions on the Road.
Place calls from your iPhone, and ClearCaptions displays captions for your mobile calls right on your iPhone.
Only you know you’re captioning a call, and only you see the captions for your call.
With ClearCaptions, you get the whole conversation.
iPhone users: To listen and speak on an iPhone call, and caption that call simultaneously, you have two options: (1) You must be connected to your wireless network and a wifi connection simultaneously, or (2) your wireless network must support a simultaneous voice and data connection. Your phone must also be able to accept inbound calls
What's New in Version 1.9.7
Thanks for being a valued ClearCaptions user, where our number one priority is to make sure you get the entire conversation on the telephone! This update addresses and corrects known issues, and includes improvements for ease-of-use, outbound/inbound call reliability and overall dependability. For the best calling experience ever, be sure to update your ClearCaptions app today!
Like ClearCaptions? Please leave a review and let us know how we’re doing.
So far so good
I've had this 2 days now I've made some test calls with friends and called my insurance company for a problem it worked perfect s few mistakes in the captioning but not to big of a deal also this app works best with in Wi-fi
Doesn't work with phone menu
As soon as I pick an option on a phone menu, captioning stops and does not return.
*Re: the person complaining about being asked for the last 4 of your SSN, learn to read. It's a FCC requirement, not the app dev's, probably since 9/11.
Personal info required
So creepy it requires birthdate, address, and last four of your ssn. Ummm no.