AudioNote – Notepad and Voice Recorder

AudioNote - Notepad and Voice Recorder

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Reviews
This is the BEST note-taking app in the App Store.”
Must have app for business.”
Perfect for school and lectures.”
Features
  • Synchronized note taking and audio recording
  • Text or handwritten notes
  • Seek directly within audio by tapping text or drawings
  • Highlighted notes during playback
  • Email and share note and audio files
* Free Lite version also acts as an AudioNote file viewer

Take notes synced to audio with our bestselling note-taking software. AudioNote combines the functionality of note-taking and voice recording apps to create a powerful tool that will save you time while improving the quality of your notes.

By synchronizing notes and audio, AudioNote automatically indexes your meetings, lectures, classes, interviews—you name it. Watch as your text and drawings highlight during playback, helping you to remember the context in which they were taken. Tap notes to seek in the audio, taking you instantly to what you want to hear.

For Business

AudioNote is an indispensible tool for business. Want to review the discussion about deliverables on your next project? Seek to it instantly. Need a better way to record meeting minutes? AudioNote delivers.
  • Record Meetings, Conferences, Interviews, Memos
  • Share your notes with key stakeholders
  • Cross-platform compatibility: PC, Mac, iOS, Android

For School

Trying to remember what the professor had to say about an important point? Need a good way to organize notes for a group meeting? Join the thousands of students and schools around the world using AudioNote on the road to success.
  • Import lecture slides as background
  • Automatic audio amp for recording in large classrooms
  • Highlighter for key terms
† not available on iPhone, iPod Touch, or Android phones


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Class notes using AudioNote for Mac Class notes using AudioNote for Mac
Recording lecture using AudioNote for the iPad Playback of lecture notes using AudioNote for the iPad Playback of lecture notes using AudioNote for the iPad
Recording meeting notes using AudioNote for the iPhone Playback of meeting notes using AudioNote for the iPhone

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Recording

Taking notes with AudioNote note-taking software Start or add to an audio recording. Notes will be synchronized to the audio for use in playback.
Record button for AudioNote  Record
  • Start and Pause audio recording
  • Recording volume is shown to the right while recording
  • Recording status is shown just beneath
  • Text mode for AudioNote  Text mode
  • Edit Text as you would in a standard note application
  • Supports Copy and Paste
  • Tap to hide the keyboard
  • Pen mode for AudioNote  Pen mode
  • Touch the screen to Draw or Write notes
  • Supports Undo/Redo
  • Eraser functionality
  • Playback

    Note playback using AudioNote note-taking software
    Touch mode button for AudioNote  Touch mode
  • Tap a Word or Drawing to seek in the audio
  • Text and Drawings will highlight at the time they were recorded
  • Text mode button for AudioNote  Text mode
  • Add or Edit text during playback
  • Tap to hide the keyboard
  • Pen mode button in AudioNote  Pen mode
  • Draw notes during playback
  • Delete

    1. From the list of Notes, slide your finger to the left on a Note. You will see a Delete button appear.

      Delete notes in AudioNote

    2. On the Info screen (click on Info button from the Notes list) there is a Delete button.


    Note Sharing

    iTunes File Sharing - see http://support.apple.com/kb/ht4094

    1. Plug your iPad/iPhone into your computer and start iTunes.
    2. In iTunes, click on your iPhone/iPad in the left hand column.
    3. Then click on the Apps tab and scroll to the bottom.
    4. AudioNote should show up under File Sharing, and clicking on it should give you a list of notes.
    5. Save the note you want to your desktop.

    Transfer notes from the LITE version to the full version for iOS:

    1. Plug your iPad/iPhone into your computer and start iTunes.
    2. In iTunes, click on your iPad/iPhone in the left hand column.
    3. Then click on the Apps tab and scroll to the bottom.
    4. AudioNote and AudioNote Lite should show up under File Sharing
    5. Click on AudioNote Lite and then save all your notes to the desktop.
    6. Then click on AudioNote and Add all the notes that were saved.

    To transfer notes from the Mac to your iPhone / iPad:

    1. Plug your iPad/iPhone into your computer and start iTunes.
    2. In iTunes, click on your iPhone/iPad in the left hand column.
    3. Then click on the Apps tab and scroll to the bottom.
    4. AudioNote should show up under File Sharing, and clicking on it should give you a list of notes.
    5. Hit the "Add" button and selected the AudioNote file you want to add.
    6. You may need to restart AudioNote on the iPhone/iPad for it to see the new note. To do this, double tap the home button to display the list of recent apps. Touch and hold AudioNote until the quit button appears, then tap it to quit AudioNote. (This will become unnecessary after the next update of the iPhone version of AudioNote)
    7. The next time you start AudioNote, the new note should appear in your list of notes.

    To transfer notes from your iPhone / iPad to your Mac:

    1. Plug your iPad/iPhone into your computer and start iTunes.
    2. In iTunes, click on your iPhone/iPad in the left hand column.
    3. Then click on the Apps tab and scroll to the bottom.
    4. AudioNote should show up under File Sharing, and clicking on it should give you a list of notes.
    5. Save the note you want to your desktop.
    6. Drag the .audionote file onto the Mac AudioNote application, or open AudioNote and open the note from the File menu.


    Select a Microphone (Mac)

    1. Open System Preferences from the Apple menu
    2. Select the 'Sound' Panel
    3. Select the 'Input' Tab
    4. Pick a Microphone

    iCloud

    iOS Instructions

      Setup

    1. Set up iCloud on your device and make sure Documents & Data is turned on in Settings -> iCloud.
      http://www.apple.com/icloud/setup/
    2. Once iCloud is set up, the iCloud folder will show up in AudioNote (see image).
    3. Files located within your iCloud folder or its subfolders will be synced across all your iCloud enabled devices and accessible with AudioNote or AudioNote LITE.
    4. Note than when iCloud is first started on a device, it may take an hour or more for the initial sync to complete, so don't be alarmed if notes don't show up immediately.

      Moving Notes to iCloud

    1. From the notes list, press the Edit button.
    2. Select the note(s) you wish to move.
    3. Tap the Move button ( )
    4. Select iCloud as the destination folder




    Mac Instructions

    1. Setup iCloud on your Mac: http://www.apple.com/icloud/setup/
    2. To put a document in iCloud on the Mac:
      On Mac OS 10.7 (Lion): Select "Save to iCloud..." in the File menu.
      On Mac OS 10.8 (Mountain Lion): When saving the document, select iCloud at the top of the file browser.

    Dropbox

    To put a note from AudioNote into DropBox:

    1. Install the DropBox App on your iPhone/iPad: Open Dropbox in the App Store
    2. Open the note you want to transfer in AudioNote
    3. Hit the Share button ()
    4. Select "Open In..."
    5. Select DropBox in the list of Apps that can open AudioNote files.
    6. DropBox will open and ask where you want to save the file.

    To open a file from DropBox in AudioNote:

    1. Select the file in DropBox and hit the Share button.
    2. Select AudioNote in the list of apps that can open it.
    3. It will be added to your file list in AudioNote as a new file
      NOTE: The opened note will not overwrite your old copy, so you'll have to manually delete it, if necessary