Voxie iPhone application Review
I downloaded a new iPhone app that many will find useful. When you are on the road, and lacking a writing instrument, you probably wish you had a simple way to record your thoughts about a topic. Better yet, you might be collaborating on a project and wished that you were able to share the thoughts with your tone coming across. Email and text messages don’t convey an author’s tone very well. Without speaking to someone directly your true message might be lost. I often ask people to read something as if the person was upset with them and then read the same message as if the person was happy and/or proud of them. By applying a tone to a message it will carry a completely different meaning.
A new iPhone application called Voxie is able to handle simple recordings and gives you the ability to share those recordings very easily. In fact, you are able to categorize the recordings that you make. For many, this will be a very nice feature that is lacking in the basic voice recorder that comes with your iPhone.
One cool feature is the ability to sync the voice recording with a transcription service. For anyone who has ever had a message transcribed to text, you will understand that this is not an easy feat. I included a sample of a recording that I made below. Further down, you will see the actual transcription of that message. It is often humorous what comes out. All in all, the app is very nice and should replace my $40 Olympus voice recorder. The pricing of $1.99 makes it something that most will find worth trying out.
This is a review of the Voxie iPhone application that is referred to as the Voxie Pro Recorder.
The company that made the app is named bottle rocket and they bill the application as “the premier voice recorder app for the iphone”.
The price point is spot on at $1.99 and makes it attractive enough for anyone in need of the service to give it a try. There is an extra fee for the transcription service and they provide a 7 day free trial with the app. The trial is for a service called quicktate.com.
There are some very nice sharing functions and one of the more simple, and useful, features of the app is the ability to categorize a recording. Very nice, especially if this will be a multi-user app.
Transcribed via quicktate.com
This is a review of the Voxie iPhone application that is referred to as the Voxie Pro Recorder. The company that made the ap is named Bottle Rocket. And they bill the application as the premier voice recorder ap for the iPhone. The price point is spot on at $1.99. It makes it attractive enough for any one in need of the service to give it a try. There’s an extra fee for the transcription service, and they provide a seven day free trial with the ap. The trial is for a service called Quicktate. There are some very nice hearing functions and one of the more simple and useful features of the app is the ability to categorize the recording. Very nice, especially if this will be a multi-user app.
As you can see, the transcription was excellent.
Good luck with Voxie if you choose this very nice iPhone voice recording application.