Why? There are times when the cellular connection available at the time I would like to record is not optimal. I would like to know, for certain, that I’m getting good quality audio and that the connection will remain solid for the entire interview. And I don’t want to have to carry a second audio recording device.
But none of the audio apps available at the launch of the App Store allow you to email the audio files. So, their utility is limited. Thankfully, Evernote has stepped in to fill the gap.
Their “Audio Note” feature syncs to their web and desktop applications, allowing you to download a WAV audio file. The audio here is an example. It works fine and certainly fills the void. The quality is not contingent on AT&T’s coverage areas, so I’m a happy camper.
Now, what I’d really like is for the Utterz gang to build an iPhone app that allows me to snap a photo (or video), record the audio and upload with title, tags and description in one fell swoop.
You listening Sim?