Is there an accessible good recording app for iPad?

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Hi! I got my iPad today and this far, I love it. I am looking for a recording ap for it. I could use hokusai, but it is too advanced. But it could work?

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Submitted by Dawn on Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Hi. I use an app called My Memos if I need to recohd something. It's free. It's accessible, but there are ads on it, and just a few unlabeled buttons. But they're not usually a problem. It runs in portrait mode though, so be aware of that. Hope this helps, and glad you're enjoying your ipad!

Submitted by Bruce 62 on Wednesday, August 9, 2017

I use Voice Memos with my iPad Mini. I believe that I purchased it for $1.99. It is easy to use and has no adds. Congratulations on getting your new iPad and enjoy it.

Submitted by Remy on Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Hi Sabrina. What are you wanting to record? Voice Memos is a really decent native app for simple recordings. There is to my knowledge no limit to how long, and you can properly label them after you're done. Quickvoice is a decent app which is a lot more accessible than it used to be. You have a lot of ptions with it. One thing to keep in mind is that voiceover will stop working while the app is recording. If you're fully blind that might be a hinderence. Ferrite Recording Studio is a good option, though like Hokusai it's a bit advanced. Accessible though. Another option, especially if you have an Ipad is Garage Band. While not as accessible as it once was, I have it on pretty good authority (as I use it) that recording certainly would be. The ipad actually has a pretty decent microphone, and there are filters, and effects such as EQ and compression you can use to modify the recording. I hope that helps.

Submitted by Sasha Stride on Thursday, August 10, 2017

I decided to go for something I knew so I tried using Hokusai. I haven't yet found a native app for recording but Hokusai is great. And the microphone on my iPad is awesome by the way.