Sonocent Link is the fully- featured companion app for Sonocent Audio Notetaker, on PC or Mac. The App enables users to create high quality audio recordings, mark up the interesting audio with colour highlighting and add text notes, photographs and scribbled notes alongside the audio.
Once a recording is complete it can be saved on the mobile device and imported to Sonocent Audio Notetaker on PC or Mac for further review.
*** Sonocent Link enables full playback of recordings made on the app, and allows all editing features to be used in the App on playback, so you can review and engage with your recordings wherever you are. ***
Sonocent Link is made available as part of a wider subscription.
If you have been told you have access to the Sonocent Link App please use the credentials that will have been provided to you as part of your subscription.
If you do not have access to Sonocent Link as part of a wider subscription, please download the ‘Sonocent Recorder’ app, which can optionally be upgraded to receive premium features.
“Users are likely to find annotating and visually organising audio a boost to productivity” - PC Advisor magazine
Sonocent provides audio note taking software to help students study more effectively and productively by capturing the ideas in their classes as audio files, allowing users to highlight the most useful parts of the recording, to quickly and easily revisit and learn later.
- Add PDF files to recordings.
- Preview Image Pane content with new thumbnail in Notes Area.
- Delete Image Pane content from Sections.
- Improvements to Section behaviour on stopping & starting recording.
- General fixes & improvements.
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I think people’s main problem with it is that people who are not DSA are signing up
This is assistive technology fo Students ho get extra help so they would have an account and be able to pair the app it’s the software which can be very helpful and portable for a lot of students
Only complaint I have so far is that I wish that you could import the slides into the app as sometimes I forget hat slide we are up to and audio ends up mismatched other than that I can’t find an issue
So much potential
But the iOS version is so much worse than the desktop version. Computing is increasingly going mobile with iPads on the rise as legitimate desktop alternatives. This app is falling behind
Cannot export all the slides prior to the lecture
The iPad version needs to have a function to import the whole slideshow, just like the desktop version, for seamless lecture recording.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.