Windows 8, 10 App Audio Recorder Updated
A while ago, we shared with you the best Windows 8 sound & voice recorder apps to use and at the time, the simply named Audio Recorder app was amongst them. Now, the app has been given an update in the Windows Store that adds a new important feature.
Recently, the Windows 8 Audio Recorder app has been given an update in the Windows Store that brings the following option – the SkyDrive location can now be accessed via the default folder browser. So, if you have audio files that you want to save, you can do so directly in the cloud, which is pretty neat. The built-in sound recorder in Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 doesn’t let you do that, so this is a really useful feature.
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Record audio notes with ease on your Windows 8 tablet
Audio Recorder enables you to record and replay audio notes easily. Files are optionally stored in your SkyDrive account so that you can switch between devices seamlessly: Record an interview by using your tablet, transcribe it by using your desktop pc – and don’t worry about the file transfer from one device to the other.
So, by using the Audio Recorder app on your Windows 8 tablet, you can record audio notes with your microphone and then store the recorded files in your local file system. Or, according to the latest update, you can now upload them to your SkyDrive account. Let’s hope that a future update will let us upload them to other cloud storage accounts, as well. Also, you can replay the recorded audio files, jump to specific positions or even loop parts of the audio file. Download the app by following the direct link from below.
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