Developer: Griffin Technology
Price: free Download on the App Store
iTalk Recorder, according to Griffin Technology, the developer, is "WAY more than a voice recorder." That's partly true. Unfortunately, the "way more" part is still not enough to put it on par with many of the other voice recording apps in the App Store.
ITalk Recorder has one button recording. You can name your audio files. You can delete them. All what you would expect an iPhone recorder to do and the interface for doing those things couldn't be any simpler (that's a good thing).
You also have the option of choosing, "good, better, best" recording.
I guess you can say the "more" part for iTalk is that you can use iTalk Sync, a free download, to drag and drop your recordings to your desktop over a W-Fi connection. It's available for the Mac OS and as a public beta for Windows PCs.
I downloaded iTalk Recorder, the free version, which is supported by banner advertising. However, in using the app several times, I saw only a couple of ads, and happily, they were unobtrusive. I also used iTalk Recorder plenty of times where I did not see any ads. I'm not sure what to make of that but let's just say the wiring is faulty somewhere.
iTalk Recorder Premium, the same app without advertising, sells for $4.99. Based on my experience using the ad-suported version, I don't see a pressing need to upgrade.
I recommend test driving any number of the many voice recording apps in the App Store before deciding if this is the right one for you.
I do want to put a plug in for Griffin, though. (No, I don't have any connection with Griffin; and no one is making me write this.) They're my go-to guys for iPhone accessories for my house and car and I recommend them without hesitation.