How to create a voice memo on the iPhone

How to Create Voice Memos on Your iPhone

How to create a voice memo on the iPhone

How to Create Voice Memos on Your iPhone : Have you ever thought about using your iPhone as a simple recorder to make simple notes? Or recording a speech, speech or speech? The iPhone includes a simple app that lets you do this.

The application you are looking for is called a “voice memo” and can be found in the folder called “Extras” on the main screen. You will notice that there are other projects that you might be interested in, but today we are refocusing on voice memos.

The application is very simple to use: just press the red record button and the app will start recording what you want to keep.

The volume icon in the upper-right corner mutes playback. When tapped, it turns white.

Note that when recording, the title at the top of the screen indicates that you are recording. When you are done, you can click the red square stop button.

Seeing it simple and straightforward? But now, you actually have some choices. There is a blue square symbol at the edge of the right side of the screen. This is the “Edit” button, which will display the option to delete or trim the new recording. Trimming is useful if you are recording too long or if you start recording too early. Of course, deleting the recording itself illustrates the problem.

Alternatively, you can click “Finish” and save the new voice memo and give it a suitable name.

Whenever you save a voice memo, it is displayed in the list of saved recordings below the main interface of the app. This makes it easy to play any recording with a single click.

When playing a voice memo, you can share, edit or delete it. You can also share a voice memo by clicking the Share button on the left.

Keep in mind that voice memos are not just for voice memos. In fact, you can use it for a variety of useful things. For example, if you are a college student, you can add notes by recording a lecture. If you are a journalist or writer, you can use it to record interviews, which makes it easier to remember everything.

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