Do you want to record and play back old conversations you’ve had through Skype? Skype doesn’t have that built-in feature yet but there are lots of existing software that allows you to do exactly just that—record and replay your previous Skype calls and more!
These third party software called “add-ons” can be downloaded at the official web page of Skype and installed with your computer’s Skype software. And it doesn’t really entail that much effort to use these “add-ons” because in most cases, all you have to do is hit the “start” button to begin recording your conversations and then the “stop” button, as soon as you’re done.
In fact, there are available Skype recorders that lets users save not only Skype calls but also voice mails, video calls as well as chats. There are even those that allow Skype conversations to be saved in a variety of formats including .mp4, .wmv, and .avi. These formats are the most commonly played among audio and video players such as the Windows Media player that comes with the Windows operating system.
Indeed if you’re using Windows, you might actually want to give SuperTinTin a try. SuperTinTin is compatible with different versions of the Windows OS and for only $29.95 per license, you may record your Skype calls in high quality. Plus, its software design is really user-friendly you’ll be able to understand the key commands, buttons and controls of it in no time.
Likewise, installing SuperTinTin is really fast and easy as it takes only about 1 to 2 minutes to completely set it up on your computer. It also doesn’t take up that much space in your hard drive because it only runs in 3mb.
Whether you’re new to Skype or have been using it for years now, SuperTinTin is definitely the Skype recorder for you.