Philips Unveils Dictation Recorder for iPhone, BlackBerry and Android

Credit: Philips

Credit: Philips

Today, Philips has unveiled the Philips dictation recorder app, which transforms Smartphones into a professional dictation device. According to the website, the dictation app allows users to record, edit and send dictation files directly from their Smartphone.

“Thanks to modern telecommunications and our new solutions, you can record your dictations wherever you want and send them immediately to your office,” says Thomas Brauner, CEO of Speech Processing Solutions.”Just imagine: you are sitting at the airport, dictating and sending, and by the time you arrive, you have already received your finished text document by email. To avoid people accidentally getting access to your audio files, the highly secure Philips recorder for Smartphones optionally offers the capability to encrypt dictation files. In addition, the application can be locked via PIN code.”

Credit: Philips

Credit: Philips

Some of the key features include:

  • Easy-to-use touch screen control for intuitive operation
  • File encryption for maximum security
  • Express Recorder Mode for fast and simple dictation
  • File editing functions for professional recording control
  • Priority setting for processing urgent jobs first
  • Attach photos to your audio files for increased data accuracy
  • Send your dictation files from anywhere in the world
  • Seamless integration into SpeechExec software for productivity on the go
  • File delivery via SpeechExec Mobile Server for increased flexiblity.

Source: Philips

Storm is a technology enthusiast, who resides in the UK. He enjoys reading and writing about technology.

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