nFinity is using QuickVoice, a voice recorder for Macs and PCs, as a lure to nab buyers for its new iPhone version called QuickVoice PRO Recorder. QuickVoice is usually $15.00 but it’s free with when you buy the $0.99 app.
iPhone and iPad apps tagged "voice recorder."
Voxie Pro Recorder Rolls Up Everything Into One
I've looked at a number of voice recorder apps, and they're all similar, which isn't surprising, given their primary purpose. What's different about Voxie Pro Recorder & Dictation, Bottle Rocket's app is that it has all the features of the others rolled into one with I think a few extras mashed in.
iDicto Voice Recorder Has Great Features but Needs Refinement
At last count, the App Store featured something like 60 apps with voice recording capabilities. DAVA Consulting's iDicto happens to be among one of the better ones I've tried for simple voice-note-taking.
Jott Your Notes with Your Voice Instead of a Keyboard
The first time you use Jott, a voice recorder from Jott Networks, you get the feeling that you've just seen something that's crazy, in a good way.
There's not much to the voice recorders in the App Store.
iTalk, It Listens, Voice Recorder from Griffin Technology
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.
Interview with Matt Griffith of Mobile App Center
AppCraver recently spoke with Matt Griffith from Mobile App Center, the developing team behind Tranquil Alarm. He answered our questions about developing apps for the iPhone and iPod touch.
Recorder 4 - Now with Email Support
There are a lot of apps that allow you to do simple voice recordings in the App Store, ranging in price from free (EverNote -- includes this capability)on up. However, perhaps because of its generic name, "Recorder" from Retronyms, is the leader in the space, with a ranking of 15 of all paid apps on the App Store (iLounge has a good roundup of other apps in the recorder space).
Talking Pics is an app from Stone Design BigStonePhone, a one three-man shop in Albuquerque, New Mexico run by Andrew Stone, a 40ish Mac software veteran. You can read a little bit more about Andrew and his chickens, and eco-lifestyle here.