AudioNote app for iPhone is a notepad and voice recorder rolled into one. Using this app, you can record a conversation while taking notes at the same time, thereby saving your time and improving productivity. AudioNote – Notepad and Voice Recorder iPhone app can be downloaded for $4.99 from iTunes App Store.
AudioNote App Features
In AudioNote app for iPhone, the recordings and notes are not independent entities. Instead, the app syncs both. More specifically, by synchronizing notes and audio, AudioNote application automatically indexes your meetings, lectures, or study sessions. So, next time, if you want to review the discussion you had about deliverables on your next project, just go to the note you made when the discussion was progressing, and you have the desired part of the audio at your finger tips. Each note acts as a link directly to the point at which it was recorded, taking you instantly to what you want to hear. In other words, there is no need to waste time searching through the entire recording to find something out. In case you forgot to take notes during a meeting, you can add them later and the app does the rest.
You can add notes using keyboard or pen tool for handwriting. Other features of AudioNote – Notepad and Voice Recorder app include highlighted notes during playback, export notes and audio via email or over Wi-Fi, multiple paper choices such as yellow legal, white lined, graph paper, and blank, and support for copy/paste and edit/undo. The user interface is easy to navigate for most parts, the only limitation being the limited screen size of iPhone.
Further, the app supports its own cross platform versions. That is, you can open files created using the Windows version of AudioNote in iOS. AudioNote iPhone application is compatible with iOS versions 4.1 or higher.
AudioNote app for iPhone provides you an easy path from the notes to the voice recordings. The automatic linking of each note to a timestamp on the recording makes it easy to find important information without having to fast-forward through the audio file. The ability to make belated notes is handy. Ability to share notes via email or WiFi is a plus. Verdict: a useful combination of notes and voice recorder. Try out AudioNote’s lite version to test its main features, without paying any money upfront.