Starting with Android 10, Google turned off call recording by default, and very soon the company is implementing a new Google Play Store policy that prohibits third-party apps from recording phone conversations.
These changes are intended to improve privacy and security, as call recording laws vary widely around the world. However, this change will not affect system pre-installed applications that already have the appropriate permission.
Google’s new policy is only limited to third-party call recording apps on the Google Play Store. The built-in call recording feature on Google Pixel or Xiaomi phones with Mi Dialer will not be affected.
The new rules come into effect May 11.