Save Time Using Your Phone Dictaphone

Posted by Peter McConnell on 12 December 2013

Technology is a big part of the 21st Century and there are a lot of tools out there that make life that little bit easier. I have recently started using the dictaphone on my mobile phone and have been finding it incredibly useful and time saving.

Although I’m still getting used to the idea of using my dictaphone for the case studies I post on the website, I have found it great for recording creditor meetings and recording messages on the go.

I recently used it to record a creditor meeting for my solicitor which meant he was able to hear every word that was spoken and we didn’t have to miss key points while quickly jotting down notes. My dictaphone also allows me to record messages on the go and attach it to an email, with any other files I want, and send it straight through. This saves me a mountain of typing work and gets the job done quickly and efficiently.

Dictaphones are installed in most smartphones and can be used for:

Taking meeting minutes

Interviews

Important telephone conversations (make sure the person knows you are recording)

Recording Presentations

Capturing ideas, memos and reminders

Sending audio emails

To use your dictaphone look for the microphone icon in the list of applications on your phone. If you want to install a good quality dictaphone I would recommend the Hi-Q MP3 Recorder for Android and Pocket Dictate for iPhone.

Technology is a big part of the 21st Century and there are a lot of tools out there that make life that little bit easier. I have recently started using the dictaphone on my mobile phone and have been finding it incredibly useful and time saving.
Although I’m still getting used to the idea of using my dictaphone for the case studies I post on the website, I have found it great for recording creditor meetings and recording messages on the go.

I recently used it to record a creditor meeting for my solicitor which meant he was able to hear every word that was spoken and we didn’t have to miss key points while quickly jotting down notes. My dictaphone also allows me to record messages on the go and attach it to an email, with any other files I want, and send it straight through. This saves me a mountain of typing work and gets the job done quickly and efficiently.

Dictaphones are installed in most smartphones and can be used for:

  • Taking meeting minutes
  • Interviews
  • Important telephone conversations (make sure the person knows you are recording)
  • Recording Presentations
  • Capturing ideas, memos and reminders
  • Sending audio emails

To use your dictaphone look for the microphone icon in the list of applications on your phone. If you want to install a good quality dictaphone I would recommend the Hi-Q MP3 Recorder for Android and Pocket Dictate for iPhone.