HT Professional Recorder
Description of App
Free or Paid
Apple Watch Support
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3 people have recommended this app
Very good job on the first post you did. I would not have been able to tell
I do have one question though. What is the difference between this and rev voice recorder. as some of the feature ssound the same. It is good to have more then one tool for the job in case one craps out but yeah.
Corrects a problem with playback of long files. Includes all the great features of previous versions including
- DROPBOX transfer,
- Emailing of very long recordings in multiple segments, and
- automatic skipping of silence.
there are two unlabelled buttons which has been demonstrated in the podcast posted today.also I just looked at rev voice recorder and it sounds like this app is aimed at those wanting transcription services, so useful for meetings lectures etc I guess, that app is also free unlike this one, but if you want transcriptions from the other app you have to pay for it.
Having used this app for a few minutes I'm very impressed. It sounds like simple mic before it went by by. I don't really understand the email in segments though. I'm still a bit confused by this but maybe I'll figure it out. I did not see any refverence to it in the well written user manual which btw works in voice dream.
I purchased this app this morning, and played with it for a few minutes, and I am very impressed. This has just about everything I would need in a recording app: editing features, ability to append to the recording, ability to send to dropbox, skip silence feature. It is very accessible with voiceover. It would be great if the developer could add an option to convert the wav files to mp3 in a future update. I think this app is well worth the $7!
Actually mp3 is a no go because of the expensive pattent. he woudl have to raise the price in order to cover the lame mp3 pattent.
It hasn't been updated for two years and now when I launch it, I'm getting a message saying that it might slow down my phone and that the developer needs to update it to improve compatibility. It still works fine, but I like this app and it would be a shame if it was no longer being supported. Looking at this developer's other apps, they've got some that haven't been updated since 2010 and none have been updated after 2014, so I hope they haven't stopped making apps.
I used to have goldwave on my old computer, and I could record streams from the internet. Can I do this on my phone? How do I do this? Thanks in advance.