Great app BUT if you get the paid version it deletes the recordings you already have. That seriously sucks because I really needed them. You should warn people about that. >:(
This app is one that I rely on to record notes for one reason: I can put my phone into power save mode and it still runs in the background without missing a beat. I can run it in the background while doing other things in my phone without it silently stopping. The only time it gives up is when I'm hammering my phone with heavy apps like Firefox and Google Maps at the same time. Other recorders I've used silently stop recording with much less provocation. My only gripe with this app is that it does not have any quality options in between WAV and 3GP. 3GP is horribly low quality and WAV is costing me a lot in terms of storage space. The ability to record directly to a high-quality format like Opus would be very welcome.
Using Tap[e a Talk Pro version for quite some time now, as far as quality and reliability is concerned, the app is great. But now I've a problem, I wanted to take a backup on PC because the directory size has grown a lot but surprisingly out of 63 odd recordings I'm able to see only 22 recording when connecting my phone (Moto X Play) using USB, not sure where are other 41 recordings are. In File Manager App on my phone I can see all the recordings and even the permissions seems to be ok, but on PC I cannot see it, So I've to do some workaround to take the backup of those recordings. Can someone from Tape A Talk team help me in finding why through USB I'm unable to see all the files on my PC?
It's 2017. Why are you still using .wav? .ogg and/or .mp3 should be an option. Both are now freely available.
It really needs an automatic back-up feature. I have to do this manually even though it's a paid version. Aside from that, like the record quality.
Gets it done without sucking up resources or causing instability.
added explanation dialog after startup.
Voice recorder - Audio recorder. Best recorder for recording