World Voicemail revolutionizes your voicemail experience, making it effortless to retrieve and respond to voicemails.
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READ YOUR VOICEMAIL VISUALLY
You can read automatic transcripts of your voicemail. Want to listen to them? That's easy; just press play.
LISTEN TO OR READ YOUR VOICEMAIL ON THE LOCK SCREEN
That's right – you don't even need to enter the App to see your latest voicemail.
BLOCK SPAM VOICEMAILS
Cut through the noise and get rid of spam voicemails. Move a voicemail to the new Spam folder or mark a caller as a spammer. Artificial intelligence also automatically detects and informs you of Suspected Spam.
BLOCK SPAM CALLS
Get fewer calls from spam callers by adding numbers to the in-app Spammers list, and their next call will instantly go to voicemail or get blocked. If you have a voicemail marked Suspected Spam from a number, their next incoming call will also display as Suspected Spam.
NATIVE SUPPORT FOR DARK MODE
We've crafted a beautiful dark mode experience that's easy on the eyes.
ACCESS YOUR VOICEMAILS IN ANY ORDER
Navigating your voicemails is now as easy as a scroll and tap. View voicemails in threads, organised by contact.
AUDIO PLAYBACK SPEED CONTROL
Save time or listen carefully to your voicemails with 0.8x, 1x, 1.5x, or 2x speed controls.
VOICEMAIL FORWARDING TO EMAIL
Add up to two email addresses to receive your voicemails right in your inbox. Why two email addresses? So you can boost your responsiveness by also sending voicemails to your assistant or team to respond on your behalf! Don't worry; you can filter out calls from personal contacts.
SEARCH YOUR VOICEMAILS BY NAME OR KEYWORD
With our built-in automatic transcription service, World Voicemail makes your voicemails effortlessly searchable.
EASY PERSONALIZED GREETING SETUP
World Voicemail makes it easy for you to record your personalized greeting. Change it every season, or if you're away on holiday.
Managing your voicemails has never been easier. Call back contacts, share your voicemails or delete them to save space.
UNLOCK WITH BIOMETRICS
Protect voicemails on your phone with a passcode and biometrics – Face ID and Touch ID.
VOICEMAILS ON YOUR LOCK SCREEN
Read or listen to voicemails right from your lock screen or notification centre.
Enjoy World Voicemail in Afrikaans, Arabic, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Danish, French, German, Greek, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Portuguese, Spanish, Thai and Vietnamese.
UNDER THE HOOD
To use World Voicemail as your primary voicemail service, you simply need to divert your voicemails to our App. We'll show you how. This is safe and reversible.
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В приложении «Телефон» визуальный автоответчик (доступен не у всех операторов связи) показывает список Ваших сообщений. Вы можете выбирать сообщения для воспроизведения и удаления, не прослушивая их все. Наклейка на значке автоответчика информирует о количестве непрослушанных сообщений.
Функция расшифровки автоответчика (бета-версия; доступна не во всех странах и регионах) показывает текстовую расшифровку Ваших голосовых сообщений. Расшифровка доступна только для голосовых сообщений на английском языке, полученных на iPhone с iOS 10 или новее. Качество расшифровки зависит от качества записи.
Примечание. Функции «Автоответчик», «Визуальный автоответчик» и «Расшифровка автоответчика» доступны не во всех странах регионах и поддерживаются не всеми операторами.
При первом касании кнопки «Автоответчик» появляется запрос на создание пароля автоответчика и запись приветствия.
Коснитесь «Автоответч.» и выберите «Настроить».
Установите пароль для автоответчика.
Выберите приветствие — по умолчанию или собственное. Если Вы выберите вариант «Собственный», запишите новое приветствие.
Воспроизведение, отправка или удаление сообщения на автоответчике
Siri. Скажите, например: «Включи сообщение автоответчика от Лизы». Узнайте, как давать команды Siri.
Также можно выполнить следующие действия.
Коснитесь «Автоответч.», затем коснитесь сообщения.
Можно выполнить описанные ниже действия.
Воспроизведение сообщения. Коснитесь .
Сообщения хранятся, пока Вы не удалите их или они не будут удалены оператором.
Экспорт сообщения. Коснитесь кнопки .
Удаление сообщения. Коснитесь кнопки .
Важно! В некоторых странах и регионах удаленные сообщения могут окончательно удаляться оператором. Ваши сообщения могут быть также удалены при смене SIM-карты.
Чтобы восстановить удаленное сообщение, коснитесь «Удаленные сообщения», выберите нужное сообщение и коснитесь «Отменить».
Проверка сообщений, когда визуальный автоответчик недоступен
На iPhone. Коснитесь «Автоответч.» и следуйте инструкциям.
На другом телефоне. Введите свой номер мобильного телефона, нажмите «*» или «#» (в зависимости от оператора), чтобы не прослушивать приветствие, и введите свой пароль для автоответчика.
Изменение настроек голосовой почты
Изменение приветствия. Коснитесь «Автоответч.», затем коснитесь «Приветствие».
Изменение пароля для автоответчика. Откройте «Настройки» > «Телефон» > «Изменить пароль автоответчика» и введите новый пароль.
Если Вы забыли свой пароль для автоответчика, обратитесь к своему оператору беспроводной связи.
Изменение сигнала при получении нового сообщения на автоответчик. Откройте «Настройки» > «Звуки, тактильные сигналы» или «Настройки» > «Звуки».
Voicemail is as important as emails and messages on iPhone that might contain some useful information. It could be the first voice recording you have of your toddler, the sweet words from your loved ones, or important content for legal purposes. However, voicemail messages will be deleted automatically from the servers of the phone company after a certain period of time. To prevent data loss, the best way is to transfer voicemails from the iPhone to the computer.
Currently, there are two options for you to do it – via EaseUS MobiMover and via the Sharing feature. Of the two options, the first one is more recommended since it has no limitations on the data transfer size, data transfer speed, and system requirements of your iOS devices.
Option 1. How to Transfer Voicemail from iPhone to Computer via EaseUS MobiMover
EaseUS MobiMover gives you a handy, easy, and efficient way to transfer voicemail messages from the iPhone to the computer. The whole process is very simple. All you need to do is to install EaseUS MobiMover on your computer and then connect your iPhone to the computer. Apart from transferring voicemail from the iPhone to the computer, it has many other awesome features that are worth exploring. For instance, with its iOS unlock feature, you can unlock iPhone or iPad without passcode. With its video download feature, you can download 4k videos from YouTube, Twitter, Instagram, and other video-sharing websites.
Now, you can download EaseUS MobiMover on your PC or Mac and start to transfer voicemail from iPhone to computer with ease.
Step 1. Connect your iPhone to your computer with a USB cable, tap “Trust” on your iPhone screen to continue. Run EaseUS MobiMover and click “Phone to PC” > “Next” on the screen.
Step 2. Choose “Voice Mails” to export to your computer. You can set the storage path as you need. Other supported file types are audio, pictures, videos, books, contacts, notes, and messages.
Step 3. Now, click the “Transfer” button to start the process. You can use MoviMover to export your iPhone data as backups for data safe.
Option 2. How to Save Voicemails from iPhone to Computer via Sharing Feature (iOS 9 or newer)
If you’re using an iOS device that is running iOS 9 or higher version, then you can transfer voicemail via its sharing feature. To do this, you’ll need to set up Visual Voicemail on iPhone and then save them to the computer via Messages, Mail, or AirDrop to a Mac.
Step 1. Open the Phone app on your iPhone > Tap on the Voicemail tab.
Step 2. Select a voicemail message you want to save or export > Tap on the Share button.
Step 3. From the pop-up menu, select your desired way to save these the voicemail message.
Q 1: Can I transfer Voicemail from iPhone to the computer via iTunes?
iTunes should be the first choice for iOS users to sync data on iPhone/iPad/iPod to Windows computer. It might work well in syncing photos, music, video, but as to transfer voicemail, iTunes is not convenient. When you sync your devices with the iTunes, voicemail is saved to your computer, but they get buried deep within various semi-encrypted databases. Besides, iTunes is a one-way syncing tool, which means that you cannot transfer data from the computer back to iOS devices.
Q 2: How to save voicemails on iPhone
To achieve this, you can open the Phone app > Voicemail tab > Choose the voicemail you want to save > Share > Choose the way you want to share. Your choices include but are not limited to AirDrop, Notes, Mail, Messages, and Voice Memos. After sharing, you can check it in your Notes, Mail, Messages, or Voice Memos.
Q 3: How to save voicemail from iPhone to MacBook
There are two options for this purpose: using EaseUS MobiMover or using AirDrop. Detailed steps to use EaseUS MobiMover to save voicemail to MacBook, you can refer to the steps we mentioned in Option 1. To save voicemail via AirDrop, first of all, you’ll need to turn on AirDrop on both of your Mac and iPhone. Then, Go to the Phone app > Voicemail tab > Choose the voicemail you want to save > Share > Choose AirDrop as the way you wish to share.
The Bottom Line
That’s all about our methods on how to transfer voicemail from iPhone to computer. By reading our post, we hope you have saved your desired voicemail from iPhone to computer successfully. To ensure your data security, we advise you to back up your iPhone data to a computer so that you can access them whenever you need it.
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EaseUS MobiMover allows you to easily transfer all data from your iPhone to your PC. The app is available for both Windows and Macs so irrespective of which platform you use, you are covered.
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Whether for business or sentimental reasons, some voicemails were meant to be kept long-term or indefinitely. I saved the goodbye voicemail from my favorite boss at my last company as well as a greeting from my now-19 year old son back when he was in preschool. Saving voicemails safeguards against equipment loss or failure as well as freeing up space and capacity on a device. there may also be legal or liability issues afoot that require such measures.
This article focuses on the built-in voicemail apps inherent within iOS and Android, but there are also free apps available (with paid versions that add advanced features) which can help manage and save your voicemails such as Instavoice for Android, Instavoice for iOS, Hullomail for Android and Hullomail for iOS.
How to save voicemails on iOS
- Go to Phone, then tap Voicemail.
- Open the voicemail you want to save.
- Tap the Share button in the upper right of the screen.
Since options can vary depending on what apps are installed, you will see the following options (Figure A):
You can use Message and Mail to send the voicemail as either a text message or email, respectively, but a better option would be to swipe until you see the Notes or Voice Memo icons (Figure B).
It’s advisable to use Voice Memo since it makes the most sense but either one will save the voicemail so it will be backed up to your iTunes library the next time you sync it (ensure syncing is turned by going to Settings, accessing Music and confirming that “Sync Library” is enabled).
You could also use Save to Files, which would give you the option to save the file to your iCloud iDrive (Figure C).
How to save voicemails on Android
Since Android is a vast ecosystem, exact steps may vary, but the process of saving the voicemail file will be similar to these.
Access your voicemail screen (Figure D).
Open the voicemail and tap on the three vertical dots icon in the upper right (Figure E).
Click Save (Figure F).
You will see a prompt similar to the one above including the local file path where the voicemail will be saved.
This will save the file to your phone, but to really safeguard the voicemail, I would recommend using the phone interface to copy the file to an SD card or a cloud storage service like Dropbox or Google Drive.
On the phone you can access the file location (in my case My Files, Internal Storage, then VisualVoiceMail) to find the voicemail (Figure G):
Press an hold your finger on the object to select it (Figure H):
Tap Share in the bottom toolbar (Figure I).
A list of apps to share the file to will appear. Choose the cloud storage app that works best for you then follow prompts to add the voicemail file.
I prefer to plug my phone into my PC and browse to the location in Windows Explorer (Figure J):
I can then cut and paste the .AMR file into my Dropbox folder so it will be backed up and remain available in the event my phone or PC has a hardware failure.
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Q. Recently, my brother passed away. In the months leading to his death, he left me a series of voice messages on my iPhone, describing his health, his wishes, etc. I would like to archive these recordings somewhere other than on my phone. Is there a way to transfer voice messages to the computer?
A. If your iPhone is running at least iOS 9 and you have the Visual Voicemail feature enabled, you can save, store or share those voice mail recordings with a couple of screen taps. Just open the phone app, select the Voicemail tab and choose a message you would like to preserve. When the message file opens to show the playback controls and additional caller information, tap the Share icon at the top-right side of the screen.
The Sharing screen shows all the apps and places you can put a copy of the voice mail message. For example, you can attach it to an email or text message, save it to a Note file, make a Voice Memo from the recording or store it on any connected file-storage services you use — like iCloud, OneDrive, Google Drive or Dropbox.
If you have a compatible Mac, you can also wirelessly beam the file from phone to computer with Apple’s AirDrop feature. When you save the file to your computer, you can play the recording back in iTunes, Windows Media Player or another audio program that supports .m4a (Advanced Audio Coding, or A.A.C.) files.
For phones not running iOS 9 or later, there are other ways to copy the voice mail messages to a computer. You could connect the phone to the computer with a 3.5-millimeter auxiliary audio cable and use the free Audacity sound-editing software to make recordings of the messages. You can also use programs like iExplorer or iMazing or services like Everlasting Voice. Your wireless carrier may have other solutions.
With iMazing, you can easily save your voicemail as an audio file, to your computer or to an external drive.
Who is this guide for?
Anyone who wants to easily save or backup voicemail to their computer or to an external drive.
Before you begin
Download and install iMazing on your Mac or PC computer
To export your voicemail to your computer:
- Launch iMazing and connect your device.
- In the left sidebar, select Phone > Voicemail. To view your most recent data, you may need to refresh your data.
If this is your first time connecting your device, iMazing will initiate a backup of your device to pull your voicemail, this can take a while
- Select the contact(s) whose voicemail you want to export.
By default, iMazing will export all the voicemail from the selected contact(s). If you only want to export specific voicemail, select them now.
- In the bottom toolbar, click Export. This will open a save panel dialog box.
- In the dialog box, select where you want to export your files, then click Choose.
- Use the CTRL/Command or SHIFT keys to select multiple contacts or voicemail.
- Double-click your voicemail to preview it.
iMazing’s Voicemail view includes a Transcript column. It features transcriptions of the voice messages as done by iOS. However, transcription is only available if the voice of the person leaving the voicemail is clear and in the same language as your iPhone’s. Transcripts availability also depends on your carrier.
💡 Tip: Transcripts will often be too long to be displayed in iMazing, but they will be fully available if you use iMazing’s export to Excel or CSV function.
After my father-in-law died a few years ago, my wife wanted to save the voicemails he had left on her iPhone for posterity. There are a couple of apps that allow you to do this. One you’ll have to pay for, the other is free, and there’s another option to do it all yourself.
The paid app is iExplorer, an iPhone manager that costs $39.99 for a single user license. It transfers music, messages, photos, files and everything else from any iPhone, iPod, iPad or iTunes backup to any Mac or PC computer. Once you’ve downloaded iExplorer (a demo is available), follow these steps:
Connect your iPhone to your Mac and create an iTunes backup if you haven’t already done this.
Click on the Data tab in the Device Overview screen and click on the Voicemail button.
iExplorer will download your voicemail, and you’ll be presented with a list of contacts and numbers.
Choose any of the names or numbers in the list to preview the voicemail. To Export the selected voicemail, click the “Export Selected Voicemail” button — choose to “Export All.”
Another app is EaseUS MobiMover, which has less features than iExplorer, but is free. It allows you to back up your iPhone/iPad, share files between iOS devices and sync computer data to your iPhone/iPad for absolutely free. It can help you transfer photos, contacts, music, books, notes, from/to iOS devices.
To use MobiMover to transfer your voicemails to your Mac, connect the iPhone to the computer. Note that, by default, the utility checks and loads all the supported files on your iPhone. To export voicemail only, you can unselect the others (music, ringtone, and audiobooks) and keep the voicemail checked.
In the upper-right corner of the MobiMover screen, click the Folder icon to customize the storage path for iPhone data to be downloaded. By default, the utility saves data to a desktop folder on your Mac.
Confirm the data you wish to transfer and click the Transfer button.
Finally, if you don’t mind a few extra steps, you can save an iPhone voicemail by sharing it with apps like Messages, Mail or sending it to another device with AirDrop. Here’s how:
Open Phone App on your iPhone and click Voicemail.
Select the voicemail you want to save and click the Share button.
You can choose Messages to share the voicemail via a message, select Mail to send the voicemail to your computer, or click AirDrop to send the voicemail to another AirDrop-supported device nearby.
Did you know that you have the ability to save voicemails as notes or voice memos, or share them directly as audio files with Messages, Mail or Airdrop?
This can prove quite useful, if you ask me. Before iOS 9, your voicemails were confined to the Phone app as there was no way to get them out of there.
In addition, saving voicemails as voice memos lets you trim the audio in the Voice Memos app before sharing them with others.
How to save your voicemail as a note or voice memo
Step 1: Open the Phone app on your iPhone.
Step 2: Tap on the Voicemail tab at the bottom.
Step 3: Choose the voicemail message you’d like to save and hit the Share icon.
Step 4: Now select Notes or Voice Memos options in the top row of the Share menu. You can choose to add your voicemail to an existing note or save it as a new note.
Saving your voicemail as a voice memo comes with the benefit of being able to trim the audio file in the stock Voice Memos app before you share it further. Keep in mind that deleting a saved voicemail from Voice Memos doesn’t remove it from the Phone app.
Tip: When you sync an iPhone with iTunes, your voice memos get imported into your iTunes music library as audio files.
How to share your voicemail using Messages, Mail or AirDrop
Should you need to embed a voicemail into an iMessage or MMS message, attach it as an audio file to an email message or send it wirelessly to other iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and Mac devices using AirDrop, you can do so by following the steps outline below.
Step 1: Open the Phone app on your iPhone.
Step 2: Tap on the Voicemail tab at the bottom.
Step 3: Select the voicemail message that you’d like to save and tap the Share icon.
Step 4: Choose Messages, Mail or Airdrop from the Share menu.
Step 5: Write an optional message and hit the Send button to share the message with the attached voicemail using Messages or Mail. To share your voicemail with other devices in your proximity, choose AirDrop and select an AirDrop contact to share with.
Though iCloud and other storage services are great for storing data and personal information, it’s not always easy to pick and choose what data you want to save. Having an internet-connected backup for your iPhone or iPad is an excellent safety measure. Still, if you need a locally-saved copy of your messages, voicemails, and other data on your best Mac, PhoneView is an app that can help you out.
There are many advantages to keeping track of your data with PhoneView. To use just one example, if you use your phone for both work and personal use and need to keep track of your work communication for billing and tax purposes, you may want to keep a detailed record of your call history, messages, and other communication in one handy location.
How to extract messages and voicemails from your iPhone and iPad with PhoneView
Whether you have an M1 Mac, like the iMac (2021), or an older Intel Mac, PhoneView works the same.
- Connect your iPhone to your Mac with a Lightning cable.
- Launch PhoneView.
Click on the content you want to copy.
As you can see, PhoneView can copy a lot more than just messages and voicemails. Your call history, contacts, media files, notes, and more can all be copied to your computer for safekeeping.
You can download a 7-day free trial of PhoneView and get a feel for how the system works to see if it’s right for you. Of course, the trial version does have some limitations. For example, you won’t be able to export more than ten text messages from a conversation with the PhoneView demo. The full version of PhoneView costs $29.95.
Request a copy of your data using Apple’s data and privacy portal
Of course, you can always get your data directly from Apple. By requesting a copy of your data through Apple’s privacy portal, you’ll get much more than messages and voicemails, but everything else you’ve got on your iCloud account as well.
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- Step 3. Select Voicemail mail message that you want to save
- Step 4. Tap on the Share button, Square and an upwards arrow icon. (iOS 13 or later iOS Update Redesigned Sharing Sheet allows multiple options to save Voicemail in Voice memos, Files App. Swipe up finger on Share sheet to find other saving options)
- Step 5. Select Voice Memos app.
Step 6. Next, you need to tap on Save.
You can also save your Voicemail message as a note via the help of the updated Notes app on iPhone.
Just follow the above same steps until Step 4, then Select Notes app and tap on Save. So you’ll get your Voicemail SMS backup in the form of a note.
Also, you’ve even an option. In this way, you can do Share your Voicemail message either using the Message app or by the Mail and Airdrop feature.
Know in deep how to Transfer or Share Voicemail messages from iPhone to iPhone: all latest iOS devices
- Step 1. Launch Phone App> Voicemail then
- Step 2. Tap the Voicemail message that you would like to share, then tap on the icon that you can appear above given picture.
- Step 3. Choose Message, Mail app or Airdrop.
- Step 4. Let’s now write and send your message to the attached Voicemail.
That’s it. In the latest iOS now, you can add an attachment in the mail app on iPhone, iPad.
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Luckly! There are several ways to keep voicemails on iPhone. That is, keep voicemail as Note or Voice Memo, and even keep voicemail on iPhone to computer! While saving your iPhone as voice memo lets you trim your audio in the voice memo app before you can share with others, saving voicemail on computer is the better way to store it for further use.This article takes you through how you can save your voicemail on iPhone as a note or voice memo, and save voicemail on computer. Let’s explore them together!
- Part 1: How to Keep Voicemail as a Note or Voice Memo
- Part 2: How to Save iPhone Voicemail to Computer (Recommended, and Safe Way)
- Part 3: How to Share Your Voicemail Using Messages, Mail or AirDrop
Part 1: How to Keep Voicemail as a Note or Voice Memo
When you save your iPhone voicemail as a note or voice memo, it allows you to play it again anytime you want. You can save your voicemail as a note or voice memo in the following way.
Step 1: First open your Phone app on your iPhone.
Step 2: Thereafter, click on Voicemail tab at the bottom right side of your iPhone.
Step 3: Select the voicemail message that you want to save then tap on the Share icon, which has a square shape with an arrow pointing out of it.
Step 4: From the top row of the share menu, select Notes and or Voice Memos options. You may decide to save your voicemail as a new note or add it to an existing note.
Step 5: From there choose the recipient and send.
Part 2: How to Save iPhone Voicemail to Computer
Other than saving your iPhone voicemails as notes and voice memos, you can also save them to the computer using dr.fone iPhone Voicemail Extractor. It is the best useful software that can help you to save iPhone voicemail to computer. It allows you to extract voicemail from your iPhone and later save them on your computer.
dr.fone – Data Recovery (iOS)
Key Features of dr.fone – Data Recovery (iOS)
- Selectively save Voicemail on iPhone to computer in MP3 or WAV format for further use.
- You can not only save or export data from iPhone, but also extract voicemail from iTunes and iCloud backup .
- Apart from Voicemail, you can use it to export messages, contacts, photos, WhatsApp messages, notes and more from iPhone to computer.
- It supports any of iOS (iOS 12 supported) device, including iPhone XS/XR/X/8 (Plus)/7 (Plus)/SE/6s (Plus)/6(Plus)/5S/5C/5, iPad and iPod touch.
Simple steps to recover data via dr.fone
Step 1. Run dr.fone on your computer and connect your iPhone. Use a USB cable to fix your iPhone to the computer. After the program detects your iPhone, click on “Data Recovery” option.
Step 2. Select the data files. To save voicemail, please make sure you have picked up the “Voicemail” option. Next Click on “Start Scan” button to search your iPhone for files to recover. The scanning will begin immediately.
Step 3. After scanning is over, you will the software displays the existing and deleted voicemails on your iPhone. Please pick the ones that you want to save on computer, and hit “Export to Mac” to save voicemail on iPhone to computer.
Part 3: How to Share Your Voicemail Using Messages, Mail or AirDrop
Where you want to share your voicemail to another user you can easily send it with messages or email as below. You can send it with AirDrop too. Below are the steps on how to share your voicemail using messages, mail or Airdrop.
Step 1: To enable sharing first thing to do is open the Phone app on your iPhone.
Step 2: Thereafter hit on the Voicemail tab at the bottom side.
Step 3: Next, you choose the voicemail message that you would want to save and share or send to others. Click on the Share icon, which looks like a small box with an arrow pointing upwards.
Step 4: From the Share menu select Messages, Mail or Airdrop.
Step 5: Thereafter write an optional message then click on Send button to allow sharing the message with the attached voicemail using Messages or Mail.
You can easily set up, delete, turn off and download Voicemail on your iPhone.
Voicemail is the digitally recorded audio message. It is mainly developed for preventing unanswered calls. It is also known as a voice message. Voicemail allows the user to leave a voice message when the recipient is not answering the call. It is integrated with the internet through which the user can receive incoming messages on your computer, mobile and tablet. The Voicemail feature is available on all the platforms like android mobiles, iPhone, iPad and Windows. You can easily set up Voicemail on iPhone, delete and turn off Voicemail on iPhone and download Voicemail on iPhone.
Set Up Voicemail on iPhone
(1) Open your iPhone and go to the Phone app.
(2) Select Voicemail at the bottom right corner.
(3) Select Set up.
(4) Enter the password and click done.
(5) Re-enter your password and click done again.
(6) Now the Greetings screen appears. Click on the “Default option” and click done to skip this page.
Note: If you wish to personalize your greeting, select Custom button and click record to record the greetings and play it. After that click done to go to the next step.
(7) Click on Record to record the voice message.
(8) Click the Stop button when your recording is finished.
(9) Now click on Done or Save to save the file in the device storage.
How to Set Up Visual Voicemail on iPhone?
(1) Go to Phone App and click on the Voicemail option.
(2) Select the Set-Up option.
(3) Here create voicemail Password and click Done.
(4) Re-enter your Password and click on done again.
(5) Select Default or Custom option. Select the Custom option to record the voice message, play it.
(6) Click Done.
(7) Click on Save to save the recorded voicemail to iPhone storage
(8) If you don’t like to save your recorded voicemail, click on the Share button
(9) Select the medium to share (message, mail or AirDrop ) the contact. If you want to share your voicemail with other devices, choose AirDrop and select an AirDrop contact to share with.
(10) Click on the Send button.
How to Save Voicemail as Note or Voice Memo?
(1) Open the Phone App.
(2) Select Voicemail at the bottom.
(3) Select the voicemail message and click on the Share icon.
(4) Now you have to select either Notes or Voice Memos option that appears in the top of the Share menu.
(4) If you select Note, it saves your voicemail to existing notes or to a new one. If you save your voicemail as Voice Memos, you are able to trim the audio file by using the Voice Memos app.
You can delete the voicemail stored in Voice Memos which does not affect the original file saved in the iPhone storage.
How To Turn Off Voicemail on iPhone?
(1) Open the Phone App.
(2) Select the Keyboard icon at the bottom.
(3) Type ##002# and click on call icon. It doesn’t cause any issues to your iPhone. The voicemail settings appear on the screen.
(4) The pop-up menu appears with some texts (Voice Call Forwarding, Data Call Forwarding, Fax Call Forwarding and SMS Call Forwarding).
(5) Here don’t do anything in the pop-up menu and click the Dismiss button at the bottom of the menu.
Now you successfully turn off voicemail on your iPhone.
How to Delete Voicemail on iPhone?
(1) Open the Phone App
(2) Click on the Voicemail option at the bottom.
(3) Click on the Voicemail you want to delete and click Delete or swipe the voicemail to left or right, it will show the delete option. Click on the delete option to delete the voicemail.
(4) If you want to delete multiple voicemails, click on Edit option in the Voicemail screen.
(5) Then select the voicemails and click on Delete option to delete multiple voicemails.
How to Download Voicemail from iPhone?
Download or transfer voicemail from iPhone is very simple. For that, you have to install free iPhone transfer software MobiMover free
(1) Connect your iPhone and computer through USB cable.
(2) Click on Trust on your iPhone to continue.
(3) Open the MobiMover on your iPhone.
(4) Select Phone to PC and click on the Next button.
(5) Select the Voicemails which you want to transfer.
(6) Click on the Transfer button to start transferring voicemails form your iPhone to the computer.
You can send the recorded voicemail to one or more person at the same time. All the voicemail are stored in the iPhone storage for a long time. You can access it whenever you want. You are also allowed to delete and transfer your voicemail if they use more storage. In case if you are not using the voicemail feature you can turn off or disable it in your iPhone.
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If you have come across a voicemail that you believe is worth preserving, you can find below the steps to Save Voicemail Messages on iPhone.
Save Voicemail Messages On iPhone
In general, most Voicemail received on our mobile devices comprises of everyday messages to call back, pick up a delivery, pick up books on hold at a library and similar regular messages.
However, at certain times you may find the need to save a particular Voicemail Message for your own records or to Share it with someone else.
Such occasions may range from sad ones like a Last message from a friend or relative to happy ones like receiving a job offer or a funny call from your 2-year old son or daughter.
Whatever may be the reason, it is easy to save and share Voicemail Messages on iPhone.
Save Voicemail Message on iPhone as Voice Memo or Note
The easiest way to Save Voicemail Message on iPhone is to save it as a Voice Memo or a Note.
Open the Phone App and tap on Voicemail tab in bottom menu.
On the next screen, select the Voicemail Message that you would like to save and tap on the Share icon .
From the Share Menu that appears, select Notes or Voice Memos .
On the next screen, tap on the Save option to save the Voicemail Message.
Share Voicemail Message Using Messages or Mail App
Open the Phone App and tap on Voicemail .
On the next screen, select Voicemail Message that you would like to share and tap on the Share icon .
In the Share Menu, select Messages or the Mail app to share this voicemail.
On the next screen, you can write your own message and send the Voicemail attachment with your message.
Voicemail allows you to retrieve and manage your voice messages. After setting up Voicemail, callers can leave a message even when your device is in use or turned off. So you’ll never miss any important message. We know that your Voicemails are important to you and that’s why we want to help you in backing up Voicemails to computer.
How to Backup iPhone 4/5/6/7 Voicemails to Computer?
Firstly, you need to save your Voicemails as Voice Memos.
1. Go to Phone > Voicemail.
2. Tap the Voicemail message that you’d like to save, then tap .
3. Click on Voice Memos to save your Voicemail message as Voice Memo.
Find Voice Memos to Check the Voicemails Saved Before
1. Go to Preloaded on the desktop of phone.
2. Find Voice Memos and turn on.
3. Check your Voicemails.
Install and Open Phone Manager on Computer for Free.
1. Connect your phone to computer ( Please allow Phone Manager read your data when connecting ). Go to Media > Voice Memos
2. Choose Voicemails you’d like to save > Click on Export to save your Voicemails to computer.
Note: Please make sure you’ve turned off iCloud Backup beforing connecting. Detailed instructions you can refer to here.
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Have you ever received a voicemail message that was so awesome, important, or funny that you wanted to save it to your computer to ensure it wouldn’t be deleted from your inbox? If that’s the case, we’re here to help you out. In this article, we’ll tell you what you want to know about saving voicemails from your iPhone to your Mac or PC.
So, can you save voicemails from your iPhone to your computer? Yes, you can! There are a couple of methods you can use to do this, but the easiest one we’ve found (that works for all computers) is to email voicemails to yourself.
We’ll teach you how to do this, and give you other important information about the process, breaking down our article into these sections:
Now, let’s go over the instructions for how to transfer a voicemail message from your phone to your computer.
How to save voicemails from iPhone to Mac or PC:
1. Tap Phone on your home screen.
2. In the bottom right corner, tap Voicemail.
You will see a menu at the bottom of your screen. On the right side of the menu, select Voicemail.
3. Find the message you’d like to export.
Look through your list of voicemail messages and tap the one you wish to export.
4. Tap the Share icon.
Once you have the message open, tap the Share icon to indicate that you’d like to export it.
5. Select Mail to attach the file to an email.
In order to get the audio file of the voicemail message from your phone to your computer, we’re going to attach it to an email. Tap Mail to attach the voicemail to an email message.
6. E-mail the audio file to your email address.
Now, enter your own email address in the “To” section, and send the message off to yourself.
7. Open the email on your computer and download the file.
On your computer, open your email inbox and find the email you just sent to yourself. When you open the email, you should find the audio recording of your voicemail message attached to it. Download and save the audio file on your computer for safekeeping.
Those are all the steps to saving voicemails from your phone to your computer. Now, let’s cover a little more information for you to keep in mind when going through this process.
Notes on saving voicemails to your computer
1. This method won’t export the text transcription, only the audio.
With some carriers, you may see a text transcription of your voicemail messages in your voicemail inbox. When you use this method to export and save your voicemails to your computer, remember that you’re only exporting the audio recording, not the transcribed text.
2. Remember that this is not the only possible method you can use to save voicemails to your computer.
The method and instructions we covered in this article are not the only way to get a voicemail from your phone to your computer. If you have a Mac, you could choose to use AirDrop instead. Exporting to iCloud Drive is another option you could go for as well. We decided to give instructions for how to do it through email because it works for all kinds of computers.
3. Be sure that the place you’re saving the message to is secure.
When you’re saving your voicemails to a computer, make sure that the device/place you’re saving the audio file is safe and secure. If you want your voicemail message to remain private, be sure not to save it anywhere that other people could have access to.
That does it for this article on saving your voicemails from your Apple smart phone to Mac or PC. If you have tried out this method, let us know how it worked for you in a comment. Also, let us know if you have suggestions for other methods you can use to export your voicemails so we can add it to our tutorial! Be sure to check out some of our other voicemail tutorials like how to change your greeting if you want to learn more.
There are plenty of reasons why someone would need to backup their voicemails; perhaps for legal purposes or to save the voice of a deceased loved one. Whatever your reasons are, this guide will show you two ways to backup the voicemails from your iPhone in MP3 format.
Note: This tutorial is for Windows. The same concepts will apply for Mac operating systems but not all of the programs mentioned here are built for a Mac. You can still use this article as a guide but will not be able to follow it exactly.
There are two different methods we suggest as the best ways for backing up your iPhone voicemails. If you have iTunes installed and are able to sync your iPhone, you’ll be able to get 100% quality voicemail backups and preserve them in MP3 format. If you don’t have access to iTunes or are unable to sync your iPhone for any reason, there is another method available that takes a little more tinkering and produces near-transparent quality backups.
Recovering Deleted Voicemails
Before we begin with the guide, are there any voicemails you have received and then accidentally deleted from your iPhone? There’s still a chance that they can be recovered, so read this section before continuing with the guide, as proceeding will destroy any chance at recovering deleted voicemails.
If you had a voicemail on your iPhone, synced your iPhone to your computer while the voicemail was still on it, deleted the voicemail from your iPhone since then, and have not re-synced yet, the voicemail can be easily recovered.
Let us say this just for clarification: Do NOT plug your iPhone into your computer if you are trying to recover a voicemail. Doing so can erase your older backups, thereby deleting any instances of the voicemails you are trying to recover. As long as you aren’t trying to recover a deleted voicemail, proceed with this guide as normal. If you are, still proceed, but disregard steps that tell you to sync your phone.
Converting Voicemails to MP3
If there are no deleted voicemails that you’re trying to recover, we recommend the following steps. On your iPhone, permanently delete any unimportant voicemails. There is no way to distinguish between different voicemails on your computer, so getting rid of the irrelevant ones will save you time in the future. After that, sync your iPhone to your PC so there is a fresh backup made of all your current voicemails.
You will need two programs in order to preserve your voicemails in MP3 format. Download iBackupBot and AMR Player. Installation is straight-forward on both programs. You can just install both of them with all of the default settings.
Once the programs are installed, run iBackupBot (there should be a shortcut on your desktop). iBackupBot will scan your iTunes backup folder for any iPhone backups you have on your computer. It lists the backups it finds under “iTunes Backups” in the left column. In the screenshot below, iBackupBot has found iTunes backups for a phone named ‘howtogeek’ which we’ve selected:
Scroll down until you find your voicemails. They will be in the format of “Library/Voicemail/xyz.amr” (xyz being some number). It’s impossible to know which voicemail is which, so you’re best off to just select all of your voicemails (click the check box next to each one):
After you have selected the voicemails, go to File > Export.
Choose to only backup the selected files, and uncheck the box that backs it up with import information (unless you are actually planning to put these voicemails on another iPhone).
After clicking OK, it will ask you where to place the voicemails. Choose the location, click OK, and your voicemails will be exported there. Great, so we have our voicemails, but they’re in this ugly amr format. Now open up AMR Player (if there isn’t a shortcut on your desktop, go to Start and type AMR Player).
Once AMR Player is open, click on “Add File” and select the voicemails. You’ll need to repeat this step until every voicemail has made it into the queue.
After all the voicemails have been imported into AMR Player, highlight them one at a time and click “AMR to MP3”. It’s inconvenient that this has to be done one at a time, but it’s a free and easy way to preserve these voicemails that can sometimes be priceless.
If you are in a situation where your iPhone can’t be synced to your computer, or you don’t want to install iBackupBot and AMR Player, you can use an auxiliary cable and the Sound Recorder application built into Windows.
The auxiliary cable will need to be plugged into the microphone jack on your computer.
Once you have your iPhone hooked up via the auxiliary cable, open Sound Recorder by going to Start and typing “Sound Recorder.”
Play the voicemail on your iPhone and hit record on Sound Recorder as soon as you do. When the voicemail is done playing, hit “Stop Recording” and select where you would like the file to be saved. Sound Recorder will save the file as WMA, which is more widely used than AMR, but still not a good file format for archiving your voicemails. To convert the WMA file to MP3, there are a variety of free programs you can use, such as Switch. Instructions are very similar to those for AMR Player.
Note: There are alternatives to the programs mentioned here, but iBackupBot and AMR Player are some of the most lightweight and bloat-free programs available for performing these tasks. Feel free to look around at alternatives, as the instructions for using them are likely similar.
Is there a way to export, save, share, or e-mail voicemail (not Voice Memos) from the iPhone?
I am guessing there are some under-the-hood ways to get at the files once you sync to a desktop, but is there any way to do it straight from the iPhone?
I have seen this response for jailbroken phones.
How can I backup and archive my iOS voicemail messages?
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I believe there are applications that can extract the voice messages from your phone but they cost money and required the phone be plugged in to the computer.
The simplest way is to connect your phone to your computer with a 3.5mm audio cable. Use a simple audio recording app, such as Audacity, click record and play the voice message.
I’ve used Decipher Voice Mail for a year or so and it saves all my iPhone voicemails as mp3 files on my computer. Great little program that enabled me to save my grandmother’s voicemails after she passed away.
I have a Google Voice number that I just forward important voicemails to.
To do this in a typical voicemail system, you’d press 6 for more options, then 2 to forward it.
You can keep them in your Google account pretty much as long as you want, or you can simply download them at will.
I hope this is helpful.
I used a third party app called TouchCopy to save my iPhone voicemail messages to my computer.
TouchCopy allows you to play and copy Voice Mail messages you have received on your iPhone. To view all Voice Mails stored on your iPhone, click the Voice Mail button in TouchCopy.
TouchCopy will copy messages from your iPhone if your iPhone supports Visual Voice Mail. These will be voice mails that are provided as part of the Visual Voice Mail data plan from your mobile service provider.
Note that the voice mails actually need to be stored on your iPhone rather than by the network operator for it to work.
Most people use PhoneView for this. It’s an app from Ecamm:
You plug the iPhone to the Mac, and it all shows up on the computer.
I have used http://VoicemailsForever.com It was really simple and took me just a few minutes to get it done.
No – iOS versions up to and including iOS 9 do not allow you to forward, edit, share or otherwise push a voicemail that is stored on the device.
You’ll need to avail yourself to a jailbreak mod (I don’t recommend this) or a tool to read the files from the phone when it’s paired with a computer. You can use USB or WiFi pairing and there are many choices of apps to grab the voicemail files but they depend on your choice of computer OS.
Lastly, contact your carrier – they might allow you to forward a message that’s still on their servers or be able to assist you. Again – there are hundreds of carriers, so that’s more a thing to research for your specific carrier or change carriers if you can find one to help with this function/feature.
Whether it’s the first voice recording you have of your toddler, the last message from a passed loved one, or important for legal purposes, in many cases, your iPhone voicemail is the most important and precious data on your iPhone. We know that your voicemails are important to you and that’s why we made iExplorer the best utility for exporting, backing up or saving your iPhone voicemails to your PC or Mac computer. With iExplorer, we’ve made it possible for you to access your voicemails either directly from an iPhone or even from an iTunes backup of your iPhone. Additionally, iExplorer digitally exports your voicemails using their original .amr file format, providing you with a 100% lossless copy of the original that can be stored and archived.
What you will need
Before you begin
If you don’t already have iExplorer installed download it by clicking the button below. For more detailed installation instructions, click here.
Follow these steps to save voicemail from an iPhone to your computer:
- Connect your iPhone & open iExplorer.
- Click on the Data tab in the Device Overview screen and click on the Voicemail button
- If you haven’t created an iTunes backup yet on this computer, you will be asked whether to make one (choose Yes). If you do already have an iTunes backup, and it’s more than 24 hours old, iExplorer will ask whether you’d like to Use Last Backup or Refresh to create a new one.
- Once iExplorer has finished loading your Voicemail, you will now see a list of contacts & numbers. Select any of the names or numbers in the list to preview the voicemail. To Export the selected voicemail, click the ‘Export Selected Voicemail’ button, or you can Export All.
iExplorer can access and export your iPhone voicemails from either the iPhone itself or from an iTunes Backup already on your computer. This tutorial walks through both possibilities.
Access Voicemails on Your iPhone
To access your iPhone’s voicemail, open iExplorer and connect your iPhone to your computer. You should see the Device Overview screen appear. From this screen navigate to Data –> Voicemail or from the left column, under your device’s name, navigate to Backups –> Voicemail.
Access iPhone Voicemail from an iTunes Backup
When you create a backup of your iPhone using iTunes, your device’s voicemail and other data are saved to your computer, but they get buried deep within various semi-encrypted databases. iExplorer can do the heavy lifting for you and make this database readily available and prettily formatted so you can read and export it on your computer.
To access the voicemail from an iPhone backup, first open iExplorer, then click Explore Backups. From the left column, under the Browse iTunes Backups section, select the backup you want to use. Then within that backup select, Voicemail.
Preview & Export iPhone Voicemail
Your voicemails will load in the main window with columns showing the date and sender or phone number for each one. Select a voicemail, and you’ll see additional information about it appear in the right panel. You can click the Play button to listen to it.
To export your voicemails to your computer, select any that you want (hold down the Command key to select multiple). When you’re done selecting all the ones you want, click the Export Selected Voicemail button.
To export all voicemails, click on the Export All button.
iExplorer exports all voicemail data in its original .amr file format. This export process is 100% lossless. You can then listen to the exported iPhone voicemail files using QuickTime, iTunes and other popular audio players.
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