Super Recorder offers audio editing, live transcription, time marks, various recording formats (e.g, MP3, WAV, AAC, M4A, AMR etc), unlimited audio files sharing, and many more.
Following our list of the best web tools for recording audio, we received a couple of requests for recommendations for Android apps. For those of you using Android-enabled devices, below are some of the best recording apps to consider. These are apps students can use to record lectures and meetings, capture audio notes, save voice memos, share audio feedback and many more. Check them out and share with us your feedback.
This is Google’s official Android app for recording audio.Besides the high quality recording it offers, its speech to text functionality is another great feature that makes it stands out from the rest.
If you are looking for a more sophisticated recording app Smart Record is a good option to consider. Some of its features includes: reduce recordings by omiting silent part, live audio spectrum analyzer, record in the background, unlimited record time, microphone gain calibration tool and many more.
Another handy recording app that allows you to capture audio in different formats (e.g., MP3, M4A). Some of its features include recording in the background, import/export recordings, audio cut, supports Android 10 and up, and many more.