Friday, December 25, 2009

Early BETA is on!

Starting today, we’re sending invitations to the first batch out of many interested users. All of you who have CallRec.me app on your iPhones, please check your Inbox for the email from CallRec.me.

Thank you all for your interest and writing to us. Right now we can let only a certain number of users in, but we’ll keep you posted of the new developments and access codes releases. So do not be disappointed if there is no email from us today.

If you did not download the app yet, you can do so in the iTunes store here, and apply for BETA access.

Quick overview of how CallRec.me works on your iPhone:
- clicking the big red Record button dials our server which starts recording
- you proceed with dialing the person you wish to record a phone call with as usual and merge it into a conference with the call initiated by the app
- after you finish the conversation, your recorded phone call will be available within CallRec.me app

“Early” BETA means that we can’t wait to hear your feedback, so please take a minute and let us know how CallRec.me works for you. You can do so if you visit our website here and click Feedback (on the right side of the screen).

Happy recording!

Monday, December 14, 2009

How about CallRec.me?

Here are some basics on how CallRec.me was born and what we had in mind while making it.

A while ago, we developed mVoice, an application that recorded phone calls directly on the (smart)phone devices, but that was possible only on the Palm OS hardware. Other smart-phones and operating systems were moving forward fast and improved in many ways but they did not allow us to implement phone call recording directly anymore.

At the same time, we were receiving more and more requests from our customers asking: when will you have mVoice for iPhone, how can I record a phone call with mVoice on BlackBerry, are you considering developing for Android...?
While we had mVoice for most of these platforms that did the dictation voice recording and a number of other things, it did not support the essential feature - phone calls recording.

Back then, we could only say that we are looking into a way to do this, but now we can say: we have CallRec.me!

With CallRec.me we have changed things around a bit and now phone call recording is not an additional feature in voice recording app but actually a complete solution that will record phone calls first and foremost but can be used as a regular voice notes recorder as well.
Also new is that we think we have made saving, managing, transcribing and sharing these recordings much, much easier.

Whether you are driving and are unable to write down essential info given in the conversation, or need the ability to record phone calls because of the type of work you do, or are a blogger, writer, a journalist who can't afford to forget an idea about an article or want to record a phone interview... we suggest you try CallRec.me?

The service will support literally all phones out there and you can learn how it works here.

Let us know what you think and how you use CallRec.me.

Oh, and if you have not registered for private BETA you can do that here.