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Griffin updates voice recording app for iPhone

updated 09:05 pm EDT, Fri September 11, 2009

iTalk Recorder Premium 2.0 for iPhone

Griffin Technology has released the latest version of its voice recording app for the iPhone or iPod touch, iTalk Recorder Premium 2.0. The upgrade provides simple one-touch recording capabilities, and includes improved support for sending recordings through e-mail. The new transparent controls provide users with increased navigation for going forward or backwards through a recording. iTalk also comes with three different settings when recording, Good, Better and Best.

Users can now send recorded AIFF files through e-mail, with support offered for up-to 10MB sized files with the iPhone 3G, or 5MB files when using an iPhone and iPod touch. Any files larger than what's supported through e-mail can be transferred via Wi-Fi, using Griffin's iTalk Sync software. The new version also delivers increased performance and enhanced memory usage.

In addition, Griffin has a simplified version of its recorder app called iTalk Recorder available, which is can be downloaded for free through the App Store. iTalk Premium is currently on for a sale price of $2, and can also be downloaded from the App Store.






by MacNN Staff

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  1. slider

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    Anyone using this and native app?

    Is anyone using this app? I'm curious as to how it compares to Apple's native voice recorder app.

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