• High quality audio
• Pause & Seek (Rewind/Fast-Forward)
• Start recording from the widgets
– Edit, Organize, Share
• Cut, rename & delete recordings. • Sort by file name, size, or date to • Mail, upload or send by third-party applications.
• Highly configurable.
• Record e.g. to the external sd card, • Use the phone keys for seeking through recordings
• Quality, Filename, etc.
The free version already gives you powerful functions to make use of your device's hardware. You can even configure Tape-a-Talk to be a replacement for your old, analog dictation machine. If you need even higher quality for professional use, consider the Pro version Tape-a-Talk Pro Voice Recorder.
Additional Features of the Pro Version
– Enthusiast Quality
Record in even higher quality by ramping up the sample rate to 44.1kHz.
✔ Customize Further
Set a custom file name schema or custom mail recipients.
– Your Personal Touch
Give the app your personal touch – choose from a range of colors to spice up the interface.
If you like the app, leave a positive comment in the Play Store ratings. That already helps us a lot. If you have any comments, criticism or would like to get in touch with the developers, leave us an email.
Please note: Tape-a-Talk is not a call recorder. Call recording has never been supported and will not be supported in the future.
– write to external storage (to store recordings)
– record audio
– change settings (to set ringtone)
fixed bug which caused the app to crash when setting recording as a ringtone.
Tape-a-Talk Voice Recorder
I’m using Tapeatalk with Android 4.1.2 (Jelly Bean), edited the path to record audio in SD card but still it records to the phone’s local memory.
I checked over and over the path with a File Explorer and it is /storage/external_SD/tapeatalk
I also tried /mnt/storage/external_SD/tapeatalk but nothing, it’s being saved to the memory.
Is there any suggestion?
Good app. Thanks.
Is there a way to do a batch upload of my recordings?
My files are stored on my internal storage. I need them to be stored on my SD card, but I can’t find an option to switch it. They used to be stored on the SD card, but not any more.