Audio Recorder - Record Audio for Voice Notes, Lectures, Meetings & Phone Calls
Developer: FIPLAB Ltd
Current Version: 1.0
Last Updated: 9 months ago
Download Size: 4.3 MB - Download
Audio Recorder lives in your menubar and makes it easy to start recording audio at a click of a button.
Use it to record voice notes, lectures, meetings, interviews and much more.
Supports high quality audio recording.
We plan on a very active development cycle, so please spread the word and keep sending us your feedback!
Most Helpful Reviews
Easy to use - works great - I really like this app. I use it to record phone conversations and conference calls I want to relisten to, or calls I want to capture and share with my business partner. Just click record, and save. I then use WeTransfer.com - a free app that can transfer files up to 2GB. I have a 2013 Macbook Pro and the microphone on this machine works great. I have to remind myself to NOT TYPE during the recording, because the recorder “hears” that too. Very happy with this app. I agree it would be nice to have a keyboard short cut. Thank you!
More Reviews for Current Version
Works nicely when set up right - When I first tried to use it, there was no sound. I did not see a way in preferences to set the input (nor did I realize my input had been changed to Soundflower). There was no FAQ I could find. So I wrote Fliplab. The response was almost immediate with the solution (going into my machine preferences instead-simple but I am no computer expert). I love that it was so quick. I agree there needs to be keyboard shortcuts. But the output is great and does what it says. 5 Stars will be the rating when the prefs are improved (or the setup help is) and when there are keyboard shortcuts built in.
It does what it says. - Yes, it grabs your voice when you speak into your mic. Would have been more excited if there was an option to record system sounds, that would make it useful for recording Skype calls and other webinar stye stuff which is 90% of what I do. Won’t replace my current solutions. Also a little worried about longish recording sessions - will have to see if it can handle 1 hour + recordings (nothing to indicate that either way.)
Promising… but missing important preferences - Having an instant start audio record would be a very good tool. I like the simplicity of this app and it shows promise. However, we need a few important options I’d like to see: 1. Ability to choose input sources and output destinations. Many of us use external microphones or have multiple displays (and therefore multiple microphones). 2. Ability to choose preferred destination path for recordings. 3. Auto-naming of recordings by time/date. That would allow users to start/stop recording without immediately having to go through the file naming process. 4. Keyboard “hot key” combination to start/stop recording.
Easy recording - This app is very simple. No bells or whistles. Just click on the microphone and you are recording, click again and you can stop it. Gives you a choice to save in aif or mp3. Can’t beat it for the price of free. Word to designer, you should add a quickkey start, stop and pause, and while you are at give a choice of what input to use.
Easy to use and very efficient - I had never used or needed an audio app until I started working on a project for my graduate class. This is easy to use and incorportate into any presentation - I was using prezi. I’m hoping it works with powerpoint too. I like the simplicity of using it.