Hello, hope you're all doing well. I tried using many apps to record my podcast. But some apps were not accessible.
And I was wondering if some of you use other apps that are accessible?
Thanks in advance for your corroboration
As we speak I'm looking for a good app. I have quite a loud voice and tend to record in the field using a lapel mic whilst my cohost does the same on his phone, an android, boo.., and then we sync them up afterwards. Trouble is the clipping in loud environments, so looking for an app that can get around that for both IOS and Android.
Hi thanks for asking this queri
Same here also need suggestions for perfect recording app
Last year i baught quick recorder app, though its accessible
But the developer still dint update it, since last year
I dint recommend it, thats why i need an accessible and always updated,
Pocket recorder is awsam, but its to much that prise point
Weather it is in US dollar or indian rupee
Pls suggest a good1
I use Voice Notes to record most of my podcasts. However, it meeds a touch more accessible, since 10% of it is not accessible. But most of it is, and it records lots of apps.
I have went into drumming apps that other recorders would not be able to record, and voice notes records them just fine.
The only exception is Siri. Voice notes cannot record siri. It can record anything but that.
I also use Ferrite which is fully accessible with VoiceOver. It has bluetooth keyboard support too and records in M41, where as voice notes is in MP3.
Hi, thanks for recommending ferrite
I have that, but it showing cuple of purchase types, could you explaine to me?
And does recording time is limited? Without purchasing
And to get very clear recording and without background noice
To get both these features does we have to in app purchase?
For getting all stuff? Or we have any other opption?
I can provide a couple of suggestions. I used to use two apps called Hokusai audio editor which is free with an in-app purchase and Bossjock Studio which is more of a radio app and costs $10.00 Canadian. You can't edit in Bossjock but you can load sounds and music into carts which are like the old cart machines radio stations used to have. You can record into the microphone and fade in and out the carts. This is good for recording the podcast. You can even have show notes that you could read with a braille display. You could then put the file into Hokusai to edit it and deal with clipping and such. If you want to record other apps, you can use a paid app called Audiobus which allows you to link apps together. I don't really know how it works but it apparently does. You can find all these apps on Applevis and the app store. They are all accessible. There is also a lighter version of Bossjock called Bossjock Jr. It has fewer carts but you can do the same things and it has a store of music and sounds you can purchase to include in your podcast. It apparently also uploads to Lybsin which is good if you use that service. It's newer than it's paid version and has features I wish they would bring to Bossjock. Hope this all helps.
Hi, thanks for your suggestions and explain
Both for what purpose, but actually my requirements are basic
I need app only for lectures recording and for recording notes
And need export and import and sharing opptions
And clear qualities of recording.
I know this is a bit OT but I've been having some dispute with my insurance company about something that was asked about and information and put it on a phone call. They were supposedly recording it but when I wanted to complain they couldn't get a hold of the recording. The long and short of it is that I'm wondering if there is an accessible phone recording application that works well with the iPhone and not too much expensive gear.
I am in need of a good call recorder and there seems to be no interest on Applevis . I've looked through a few listings here and there are zero comments lots of questions but no answers.