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Like closed captions on your TV, ClearCaptions on your phone calls lets you hear AND read what's being said, eliminating the frustration of hearing on the phone. Instead of asking people to repeat themselves, or guessing what was said, you can read the person's words on your Android while you listen on the call.

Free for Qualified Users. 
As of September 30, 2013, the FCC requires users to pay a one-time Access Fee to enable ClearCaptions. Upon download, the ClearCaptions app will direct you to a page where you can enable ClearCaptions by registering for the service, and paying the FCC Access Fee. Once enabled, ClearCaptions is free to use. 


There are two ways you can use ClearCaptions on your device: simultaneous voice and captions, or captions only. To see captions and hear the call at the same time, you must have a simultaneous voice and data connection, and your phone must be able to accept inbound calls. For captions only, you'll only need a data connection, and will need to use a different phone for the audio portion of your call. In either case, the data connection can be through your wireless carrier or over wifi.

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Comments and ratings for ClearCaptions
  • (48 stars)

    by Alice M on 13/05/2014

    A trick: you need to sign up for a SEC2 phone number just to use this feature. Uninstalled!

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    by A Google User on 23/12/2013

    I'm hard of hearing.. Been using it for years. I have a job and use this daily need this to work badly.. Fix it! Guys come on Hello!!

  • (48 stars)

    by gery miller on 15/11/2013

    generally pleased with it but it has frozen on me a couple of times and i needed to figure out how to "unfreeze it". captioning is off at times possibly due to incoming voice articulation or weak connection but the system is certainly a help when you ca

  • (48 stars)

    by Eileen M. Ryan on 14/08/2013

    Only good was the connection but what's the point without success!

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    by nicolette olds on 08/07/2013

    It has froze up (have a frozen picture of last call it won't do nothing now what do I do!

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    by Katherina Potter on 25/04/2013

    Tried testing by calling relatives and it call me...why then it suppose to have captioning and it doesn't do a thing!!!!!!

  • (48 stars)

    by Henry Jenkins on 20/02/2013

    I have used many times and very happy with the caption service.