Works on the Nexus 5 Works on the Nexus 5 running Android v5.1.1. Audio synchronizes with the time-stamped text that you type and also highlights when the audio is played back. The recording quality might be dependent on the hardware. There doesn't seem to be any settings on the app to change the quality, bitrate, save location or recording format. The default folder appears to be /audionote/ and the file type is ".audionote". Would be better of there were more custom settings
Nice app....but This app used to work great on my Note 3, but won't let me rename (or name at all for that matter) the stinking files on my Note 10.1. How am I supposed to organize notes? Create a new folder for every note just so I can name it? Additionally, it no longer plays back sound. This is now garbage. Come on Dev!
Lost files when app crashed This is my go-to app for recording grad school lectures and adding my own notes for studying. Unfortunately, it failed to open one day noting an "internal error". Weeks of notes lost right before my finals...... :/ Reinstalled it but am now nervous about trusting the app with irreplaceable info.
Great for playing lecture notes Great for playing lecture notes! I've never used the recording function. For fear of reported crashes. I convert a lot of my lecture recordings using the PC version software to edit and make notes. I would like to to see more updates to software and a import export for Android version.
Data loss bugs Great idea. Recorded 4 hours of a conference, cracked my N7 and now I can't even access my notes.
Can't transfer files to computer There are no menu items that allow you to transfer or share files from your phone to your computer. If that were in place, this would be a five star app, but it will but hands down.
• Fix for recording issues on certain devices.
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