Took four attempts to get this to work, where both parties yelled at their phones and nothing, or very little, sound came through. Once it worked, everything went fine. If you have a good mic, be careful of "hot" feedback.
Not all its made out to be for me It monopolizes my phone when downloading conversations. It's pretty slow to upload conversations and monopolizes my phone then also. The sound levels are not always even or consistent and often i lose signal and conversations go in and out. I guess its better than nothing but i am inclined to make due with whats app.
Exactly what I needed A friend and I needed to record or podcast from separate locations, and this app does the trick. I wish it allowed the use of Bluetooth headsets, and it has a few glitches to work out, but overall this free app does everything we needed it to do.
Was really looking forward to using this app recommended by biz friend. However, am I the only one having a problem where once I activate Ringr app I can't get back to my home screen even after I log out of Ringr. I must reboot my Android phone to get control back. That's a huge waste of time and effort and unacceptable, imo. Is there a solution I'm not aware of?
Promising but disappointing. I love the concept and initial few test short interviews went very well. However when I was trying to use RINGR to conduct and record the first actual interview few things went wrong: 1. Link in the invitation email didn't work. It took 3 invites to finally connect. 2. RINGR app didn't recognize my Logitech H800 headset. My interviewee could her me, but not the other way around. 3. Without the headset the conversation was constantly interrupted, to the point we've decided to record it live in few days. I would love to have these issues sorted our, but I don't see any technical support or knowledge base info on RINGR website.
Improved echo cancellation
UI tweaks to recording screen for lower-resolution devices
Fix for bug that caused app to get stuck after resuming an upload in some cases