- Bug fixes.
- As always, we suggest backing up your data frequently.
Ratings and Reviews
Good memo app
I like this app a lot. I've used it to save voicemails that were important to me, as well as to quickly capture song ideas before I forget them, which I go back and listen to later. That feature alone makes it extremely useful. If you're recording lectures or other dictation you can add bookmarks to important points to help return to those spots quickly. That's pretty neat. And you have the option to record in high-quality or a lower quality, which uses less storage space. You can also neatly organize your content by creating folders.
It uses date and time as a default file name but you can rename the file to something more meaningful. I like that you can also attach a text description, transcription or notes to the recording, although I noticed that sometimes it did not save my text notes and I had to retype them — a minor glitch. It will also sync with iTunes storage or DropBox, and you can back up and restore all of your content. Overall a pretty good app for storing dictation and other sound files that you create.
One warning: On the day I purchased it, the app was listed in the Apple App Store for $2.50; but when the email invoice arrived from Apple about 4 days later, I was billed for $2.99 + tax. There was no explanation for the difference in price.
I’m just getting into the app and have not discovered any issues. Actually it’s kinda fun. I just need some practice. But I wish for a feature and I think this app might be able to do it. I need Folders. Not some “secret” folder, I need 5 folders. I inspect property conditions which means that I’m reporting on a verity of systems. It would be nice if the app had folders like an Olympus digital recorder. Then when I’m writing my reports I could go back to a specific folder for recall without jumping around from flag to flag. I’m not aware of any recording app that has this feature. I’m sure other inspectors could use a folder feature in their recording apps. Just a thought, thank you.
Simple tool to streamline video production
I have always been looking for a simple way to flag important moments while filming interviews. This makes it easy to mark those times in an unobtrusive way while conducting the interview. It is a huge time saver when I have to back and edit the video together.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.