Notetalker lets the smartphone do the work while you listen to the speaker or the discussion, and concentrate on understanding what is being said, participating in the event and making a more informed contribution. Your detailed note-taking can be done later. Tag where you feel you need to refer to later with your detailed notes. You can let the app number your bookmarks or if you have time, insert your own free text as a better tag to go back to. Take photographs when there is something on a whiteboard which is important to remember. Make memory joggers in your recording so that when you playback later you can make a better job of writing up your notes. Impress your boss or your peer group with those accurate and incisive notes.
Once you have recorded the event you can then playback, add more photo images from your device, and add or delete bookmarks from the recording. When you are ready, just upload your recording to Dropbox (all smartphones and tablets), iCloud (Apple devices) or GoogleDrive (Android devices). In your study or back at the office install Dropbox, iCloud or GoogleDrive on your PC and then upload the content of the recording to Notetalker Edit, a program for Mac and Windows PCs which helps you write your notes. Your audio recording, the tags and all the images you took earlier will be loaded into an edit screen for you to write your notes. Playback your recording, skip between tags, add another if you need it, and then add as much text as you want. Add more photo images from your PC, rotate, enlarge and look at the finer details to help you write even better notes. Alternatively, upload a recording from a digital voice recorder and add your images bookmarks and PowerPoint presentations directly into Notetalker Edit
Take the hassle out of note-taking and use Notetalker Edit.
Notetalker Pro comes complete with a Conversor MM1 directional microphone and universal cable connection kit for any Android or iOS smartphone or tablet. This is ideal for when you are in lecture halls, classrooms or conferences and you want to focus on the voice of one speaker at the front of the room. The directional microphone will help to focus on the speaker’s voice and reduce the peripheral noise.