San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) January 25, 2012
Tote Notes, an Android application that allows users to record, transcribe to text, and email notes following important calls with just two taps and their voice, is now available on the Android Market and will soon be available in other selected outlets.
“With the prominence of smartphones, being able to use an Android phone to take a few quick notes following a call is helpful for both professional and personal use,” said Tim Woloshyn, CEO of Tote Notes’ developer, Mercury Mobile. “From business owners and field personnel to Moms and students, Tote Notes is proving to be helpful for a wide range of users.”
Ideal for busy people, Tote Notes provides automatic prompts for notes on the go that are organized in the user’s email inbox. Immediately following a phone call, Tote Notes prompts the option to record notes from the conversation. With just one tap, the user can begin recording, and with a second tap, the message is transcribed with Google Voice™ and sent to their email inbox with a subject line that includes the name and number of the contact the note is about. An mp3 of the note is included for the user’s convenience as well.
“We’ve even seen a lot of people using the app for more than just taking notes following a phone call,” continued Woloshyn. “A lot of professionals have found the app to be a convenient way to record portions of meetings or even as a simplified mini-CRM.”
Tote Notes’ free version provides 30 seconds of recording time for each note and accommodates one destination email address. The pro version allows up to 2 minutes of recording time and a secondary email address, which can be used as a “CC” to another person or email address, such as an assistant or collaborator.
Find out more about the app at tote-notes.com.