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Put away your high tech gauges (except your iPhone), and take a trip down the memory lane with Tapes!
Tapes is a fully functional voice recorder/player for your iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. Yet, it behaves exactly like a tape deck that you had back in the old days. You will be happy to know that all the familiar features and buttons are replicated here:
•Rec, Play, FFwd, Rew, Stop, Pause and Eject
•Realistic cassette tapes
But wait, the iPhone app has other features that your old tape recorder could never have dreamed of:
•Unlimited free tape supply (did we say FREE?)
•Written notes directly on the tapes
•Ultra reliable tape transport (no more tape jams)
•Wi-Fi sync to your computer using FTP that works with any web browsers (no need to download additional sync software)
What are you waiting for? Get your Tapes and start grooving!
*** iPod Touch Users: Please note that iPod Touch (2nd Gen), unlike iPhone, does not have a built-in microphone. In order to record, you will need to purchase an external microphone from the Apple store.
What's New in Version 3.1
I honestly really like this app! I do! But I would like to see some changes and improvements made. For one thing, you can't File Share with iTunes and save your recordings to your laptop except over a WiFi connection. For the people that want to save their recordings to their laptop without using WiFi, you could make it capable to File Share your recordings with iTunes. Also, the save formats. Right now, the save format is .caf. I would like to see them being able to be saved in .wav, .aiff, and so forth. I could also suggest where the time shows near the bottom, you could make that a pretty red to give it the feel of a real tape recorder. I also would strongly suggest the customization of the tapes. I would suggest removing the side lettering in the right side of the tape. On a recording where the A is, I thought maybe you could make it so you can tap the A and select a color off a drop down chart of a rainbow of colors to select the color of the tape. Maybe even change the font for the tape notes to standard Times New Roman. And yes, I will have to agree with someone else, adding a rewind speed in either direction. This would help getting to a certain point in the tape if you want to record insert. Other than that, nice sound recorder! Will be looking for updates with my suggestions!
Doesn't partially rewind or ff
Wouldn't use it even if free
How do you work Tapes?
Where is the operator's manual?
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- Category: Business
- Updated: Oct 28, 2014
- Version: 3.1
- Size: 19.8 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Senstic
- © Senstic
Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.