Have you ever been in a lecture and wished you could record the moments the professor mentions something will be on the test? Or maybe you have wanted to record audio notes from interviews, and didn’t want to have to listen to unexpected noise a second time? The free Android Audio Recorder, by Sony Mobile Communications, may be just what you’re looking for.
Android users, if you’ve been looking for a way to capture audio while minimizing the amount of noise you have to sift through later and to keep things as simple as possible, then let me tell you that this app cannot disappoint you.
Audio Recorder, by Sony Mobile Communications, is the official voice recorder that comes in all Sony smartphone models, but you can also enjoy it on your currently Android running handset. It is a pretty simple app, but I bet that many of you love to keep things simple.
You must first tap to start and stop recording. It’s fairly clean and lets you play back the audio you record and it has a built-in engine that manages to improve the audio quality.
The only major downfall is that it collects anonymous data using analytics software which may irk some potential users. If you are also one of those who are pretty strict regarding their privacy, let me put the situation in a different light. Even if you don’t know it, there are plenty of other apps and services and not only that collect required data to improve the product, so it shouldn’t be such a big deal.
Grab Audio Recorder from Google Play with the help of this link! It’s very likely you’ve seen this app packaged on a Sony phone and if you liked it, there is one more reason to try it on too!
However, if this is way too basic for you, don’t think that I run out of ideas. The perfect option for you could be Cogi which gives you full control. The app lets you add images, text and tags to the voice notes to completely capture the details of any lecture or important meeting, it lets you review only the important highlights without listening to the entire conversation again and you can even record the best moments from your conversation and not all of them.