The newest kid on the App Store block is a handy one called iTalk. Released within the last couple days, iTalk offers a convenient — and free — way to use your iPhone as an audio recorder.
Here’s how it works. Record your audio clip, whether it be for notes to yourself or your youngest child uttering their first word, and when you press stop it will be stored in the app. Make sure you have downloaded the iTalkSync app onto your Mac (Windows version coming soon) and as soon as you are attached to a WiFi network your app on the mac will be able to find your iPhone and upload all of the clips you recorded, then simply drag and drop the uploaded files into the Finder, and you are all set.
Really, there’s not much more to it than that. But the introduction of a free app that takes voice notes is very important to me, as I found it quite useful on my Blackberry Pearl prior to owning an iPhone and have been waiting for something like this to come out. I’m hoping that it will come out on Windows soon, but at least it’s working for Macs at the moment.
iTalk can be found through the iTunes Store. Try it out and leave a review in the comments section!
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