Rev Voice Recorder aims to replace Apple’s Voice Memos.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 23, 2013
Rev.com, the best place for freelancers to work, today announced the newest version of its iOS app, “Rev Voice Recorder.” As part of the freemium category of apps, the Rev Voice Recorder is a unique hybrid of free utility and paid service. This new release of the Rev Voice Recorder makes writing projects easier by recording ideas, interviews, meetings and more, then enabling users to share them via email, Dropbox or Evernote. Users also have the option to submit the audio for paid transcription, completed by Rev’s industry-leading human transcription (voice to text) service at $1 per recorded minute; users receive finished transcriptions in their email inbox within 48 hours.
Download the Rev Voice Recorder in the iTunes app store here.
The need for transcription has increased; driven by a wide range of factors including the demand for increasingly fresh content and interviews on the web. Legacy recording options are clunky, inefficient and often lead to inaccuracies. Rev Voice Recorder gives people an easy, quick and affordable way to have their audio files transcribed to ensure writing projects and attributions are thoroughly documented and accurate.
"For a very reasonable cost, the Rev Voice Recorder has been a tremendous help for me in both saving me time and ensuring that my writing projects are accurate. For anyone with looming deadlines, I highly recommend this app for any transcriptions needed. You won’t be disappointed in its utility or in the customer service you’ll receive from the Rev team," says Tony Sinanis, Principal, Cantiague Elementary School and early adopter of the Rev Voice Recorder.
Rev is a services marketplace that works with the top 10 percent of freelancers. Rev Voice Recorder transcriptions are produced by the same top quality freelancers that complete audio transcription for businesses at half the price and twice the speed of traditional vendors.
"Voice recording is very popular, and by adding additional utility, the Rev Voice Recorder aims to replace Apple’s Voice Memos app, similar to the way in which Instagram replaced the iOS camera and Evernote replaced Apple’s notes," says Jason Chicola, CEO of Rev. "We have lawyers, criminologists, students, authors and numerous reporters already using our app to record and transcribe critical job-related projects."
Rev Voice Recorder Key Features:
- High-quality recording and playback engine that’s optimized for voice recordings
- Keep recording in the background while using other apps or when the phone goes to sleep
- Automatic pausing for incoming calls and other interruptions
- Smooth, one-step process for transcribing (voice to text) recordings
- See the status of your transcriptions in the app and receive the finished transcriptions via email
New features with this release, and unique to the Rev Voice Recorder:
- Full integration with Dropbox; recordings organized into files and automatically uploaded
- Share recordings directly from the app via email, Dropbox or Evernote
- Quickly locate recordings with search by name, location or date
- View, print and share transcripts from within the app (for paid transcription orders)
App reviewers and media interested in trying out the Rev Voice Recorder transcription service can email press at Rev dot com to request a promo code to receive 30 minutes of audio transcription at no cost.
The Rev Voice Recorder is developed and supported by Rev.com, a services marketplace currently offering audio transcription and document translation. Rev was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in San Francisco. Series A led by Globespan Capital was closed in August 2012. Download the Rev Voice Recorder in the iTunes app store here. Businesses interested in Rev’s services can visit Rev.com to submit translation and transcription projects that will be completed within 24 hours. Freelancers that are interested in working on the Rev platform can apply at http://www.rev.com/contact.
Press inquiries can be directed to Kimberly Angell of Wish PR at press at Rev dot com.
Rev is a services marketplace that works with the top 10 percent of freelancers, and delivers services to businesses at half the price and twice the speed of traditional vendors. Rev’s first two services are audio transcription and document translation. Unlike offerings that require businesses to coordinate projects directly with freelancers, Rev vets the workers, manages the project, and guarantees quality. Rev also develops and supports its iOS app, the Rev Voice Recorder, a free audio recording app with one-click transcription services. Rev’s mission is to build the best place for freelancers to work. Rev is headquartered in San Francisco and is funded by Globespan Capital. http://www.rev.com.