Voice Recorder For The iPod touch

Oct 23rd, 2008 | By | Category: iPhone, iPods & Portable Media Players, Podcasting Software

nFinity has announce that its QuickVoice Recorder is now available for the 2nd generation iPod Touch, adding to its already existing line of voice recording software for the iPhone, Mac and Windows PCs. 

For iPhone users, QuickVoice iP (for the iPhone) syncs its recordings with QuickVoice PC on the personal computer (Mac or Windows) at which point recordings can be voice emailed, added to iTunes or edited.

This could make it an option for users wanting to record short segments on the fly to use within podcasts. Other options to consider are Recordifier & the free VoiceNotes. 

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  1. Don’t forget Bias’ iProRecorder for the iPhone.
    “just 99 cents”, Bias has been doing Mac audio for a long time

  2. James Lewin says:

    Frank – thanks – we just posted an item on this:

  3. David King says:

    What mic do I need when using “Voice Recorder For The iPod touch” Mine is a 2g 8GB

  4. JimFlinty says:

    Got it, works great. No limit on file size (unlike the 30 seconds I’ve heard in some reviews). Really useful. Remembers my outgoing email address.

  5. mihir joshi says:

    i have a ipod touch 2G 8GB . I have updated it with OS 3.0 update and i have got voice memos on it . i have also downloaded the quick voice app . I don’t now how to record . Do I need any hardware or software

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