You record something and then you try to put it on your computer to save it and play it and share it and well that just doesn't happen. Its not readily apparent how the recording can be played or utilized in any way outside of the phone.
Needs little more work The auto gain control isn't that effective and it lacks an option to manually choose how much we'd like to amplify the Gain Factor. Rest, works like a charm!
Recorded ther4 I am I'm studying physics and by recording each chapter, I can now listen while I'm driving my Beamer to the golf course to get my morning coffee while my mistress is cheating on me with my wife.
Good enough I like that i can run this in the background while i do other things & open other apps. Recording is clear. I have not tried uploading to computer yet but sharing the file is not difficult.
More uses than you might think I have used this app for a couple of years when I am mobile, for amateur radio. It is great for logging and hears the call signs and even captures the whole QSO very well if you like, and the file timestamp gets the QSO end time. I just say the frequency when I'm done and hit the FINISH button!
Would love it even more if... It would back up to an account. That way, I wouldn't lose a recording I had not yet saved elsewhere. Now that I'd pay for.
This is bugfix and stability update:
- fixed Remove ads status update after purchase
- updated AdMob library
- added Kitkat sdcard issue notice
- minimum Android version is 2.3 now
All new version of Smart Recorder is coming soon...