The award winning voice recorder for Mac OS X featuring: one click voice recording, voice email, voice reminders, audio stickies and an audio editor. That's 5-great functions in one tightly knit app!
Use it to record voice memos, reminders, to do lists, dictation, even entire lectures. QuickVoice is equally suited for professional, school, or home use. And for iPhone owners, QuickVoice syncs with our QuickVoice for iPhone so you can conveniently transfer your iPhone recordings to Mac.
QuickVoice is a Macworld Magazine "Best Software Under $40" product and is now available at the special price of just $15.
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"A very handy tool for interviewing"
Version: QuickVoice Recorder 220.127.116.113
As part of my research I do a lot of interviewing, I use Quickvoice and an iPod touch, this gives excellent sound quality, and works fine, then I distribute the soundfiles to helpers who transcribe interviews.
Although on a mac the .caf file plays on whatever I use, but not all PCs can play the file. That sometimes creates trouble for the transcribers.