Applian Technologies Releases a Free Sound Recorder

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Applian Technologies has just released the Freecorder Toolbar Sound Recorder, a free, browser based, audio recording program that will record streaming audio as either an MP3 or WAV file. Freecorder Toolbar is free, and available today from http://www.freecorder.com.

Applian Technologies has just released the Freecorder Toolbar Sound Recorder, a free, browser based, audio recording program that will record streaming audio as either an MP3 or WAV file. Freecorder Toolbar is free, and available today from http://www.freecorder.com.

Prior to the release of this free recording software it was incredibly difficult to record audio on computers running Windows Vista. Freecorder Toolbar uses a revolutionary recording technology that works without a soundcard driver so it will work easily with virtually any Windows operating system, including Windows Vista.

Freecorder Toolbar works with both Internet Explorer and Firefox, and offers simple one-button recording that saves everything you hear from your PC speakers as either an MP3 or WAV file. It will also record from the microphone or line-in inputs on your PC. Additionally, due to the program's sound separation technology, Freecorder Toolbar can record multiple audio streams simultaneously and save each stream as a perfect, uncluttered recording. Finally, Freecorder Toolbar includes a powerful Google-based search, and optional browser enhancements like a radio tuner, weather bug, pop-up blocker, search highlighter and more.

"We are thrilled to be able to give consumers an easy-to-use free audio recorder that works great with Windows Vista and XP," said Applian CEO Bill Dettering. "Internet audio or application-generated sound can now be saved by everyone. And our convenient browser-based interface offers enhanced search capabilities and other cool tools, all for free. Everyone should have this great little recorder on their browser."

Freecorder Toolbar was developed in partnership with Conduit, the leading platform for building online communities via community toolbars. Freecorder Toolbar contains no advertising, and is available for free from Freecorder.com. It requires a PC running Windows 2000 or later.

About Applian Technologies
Applian Technologies was started by Bill Dettering in 2000 with the launch of Replay Radio, a program Bill created to combat the boredom of his long commute down to Silicon Valley every day. Replay Radio allowed Bill to record his favorite radio shows and listen whenever he wanted. Helping people get more enjoyment out of streaming media is what Applian Products are all about. Now, seven years after the launch of Replay Radio, Applian is recognized as the global leader in recording software. Other popular Applian products include the Audio Video Streaming Capture Suite, Replay A/V, Replay Media Catcher, Replay Music, Replay Converter, and Replay Screencast. Learn more about Applian Technologies and all their products at http://www.Applian.com.

About Conduit
Conduit is the leading platform for building online communities via community toolbars. Online publishers can use Conduit to quickly and easily create a free community toolbar to persistently connect and engage their users via the browser. Consumers can use the myConduit toolbar to search and subscribe with one click to the hottest web communities. Conduit delivers unprecedented community loyalty and site traffic for over 130,000 publishers, including major brands such as Major League Baseball, Fox Carolina TV, Greenpeace, RE/MAX, TechCrunch, Blogdigger and small and medium organizations in 112 countries around the globe. Conduit's innovative search monetization model allows the service to be completely free and without adware, malware and spyware. The company is privately-held with headquarters in Israel and Redwood Shores, CA. For more information about Conduit, visit http://www.conduit.com or email info @ conduit.com

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