WaveRecorder allows you to record lectures, notes, or even podcasts as easy as never before! Dynamically visualizing your sound environment, WaveRecorder records all sounds around you, while you enjoying your work.
Full multitasking support.
WaveRecorder is be able to record sound and play your recordings while it is in background. For iOS 4.0 or higher only.
WaveRecorder plays sound notification for you when you start, pause or stop recording sound.
WaveRecorder available in the App Store around the world and includes support for English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Czech and Russian languages.
Remote Control support.
Pause and continue your recording process, go forward and backward while listening to your records using your headphones remote control.
Watch sound. Read your recording.
WaveRecorder allows not only to record sound. It allows you to attach to your records textual notes! Thus it is possible not only to listen to records, but also to perceive them visually using text notes - this is ideal for simultaneous recording and writing lectures. Now not one word does not just fly by! In addition, the program automatically saves the entered text every minute, minimizing the risk of data loss in case of emergencies.
Put it in your Dropbox.
Easily upload your sound notes to your Dropbox and share public link!
Easily cut and mail.
You can change created sound note by cutting extra pieces from the beginning or the end of recording, using a nice, intuitive interface. Simply select an area and click Trim! Additionally, you can mail your record and attach your text note to it.
With Web Access downloading recordings to your computer is very easy. Web Access allows you to get access to all your records, using familiar Web-browser. If your browser supports Bonjour, you even will not have to enter the address in the address bar!
Text note attaching
List of saved recordings
Recording and working with text simultaneously on iPad
List of records with trimming popover on iPad
If you find out any bugs or translation errors in WaveRecorder or have any other suggestions, please feel free to contact me.