One of the pluses of the Android run devices is that they will never run short of free apps. Android has made it an open market for developers to create and share apps in its Google Play market, a thing which iOS market is still lacking. Digging into apps that Google Plas provides to its users I ccam across some very interesting and free applications that you can use on your Android device to record and share audio.
Check out the list below :
1- Save Meeting
Save Meeting is a great app for both iOS and Android . It allows its users to record the audio of their meetings. Users can also transcribe their audio and share both the recording and transcriptions with the rest of the world.
PaceRecorder is a cool Android app that helps users better pace their speeches. Some of the people develop a very bad seaking habit which is that of trying to voice out words and sentences quickly especially when giving a presentation in front of a crowd of audience. This is mainly a panic induced habit which can be fixed with the help of PaceRecorder.
Audio Memos allows its users to easily and instantly create and share audio messages. It is very easy to use and has an intuitve interface that you will find comfortable working on. Audio Memos also provides a set of simple and effective recording tools such as volume boost, volume normalizing, editing of recordings and many more.
SoundCloud is a cool mobile app that allows its users to record and upload audio directly to a web-based SoundCloud account. This means that you need to be a member of www.soundcloud.com to start benefiting from its services. This app is very easy to use and does not have those complicated editing features. It is mainly a one-button-to-record interface. You can record your own voice or your favourite audio clips and share them with others in Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare and Tumblr.