Voiceliner 4+

Structure your memos

Max Krieger

Designed for iPad

    • 5.0 • 25 Ratings
    • Free



Braindump better.

The fastest way to capture and structure your thoughts: through voice.

Hold record, say what you want, and release. Just like you'd expect from an outliner, create hierarchies and rearrange. Notes are auto-transcribed and searchable, but you can always play back the audio.

Automatically attach location to notes. Remember walks you took, and which places sparked what ideas.

This app is open source and available on GitHub. Everything is local to your device. You can back up to Google Drive and iCloud.

What’s New

Version 1.26.2

- Don't delete all backups if there's only one left
- Provide maximum line count for text input

Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
25 Ratings

25 Ratings

_bhaprayan ,

Intuitive and Handy!

Fills a sweet niche in the (ever expanding) space of note taking apps! This is a great fit for on the go note taking. I really like the seamless integration between voice transcription, text notes, and location.

The location is a killer feature IMO, since I often want to go back and retrace the set of steps that led to that thought (and location is a really strong cue).

mposster ,

Better than voice memos or typing

Voice memos are hard to organize, and writing out thoughts or notes manually doesn’t provide as much flexibility or speed as speaking. Voiceliner is an improvement because it gives me the flexibility and speed of speaking *and* the ability to quickly organize my thoughts. Great idea & implementation 💯

mehseze ,

Simple and powerful

This is a great app for capturing fleeting thoughts on the go and providing some quick basic structure

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The developer, Max Krieger, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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