Auto Recorder starts and stops the recording function when the microphone picks up sound from a sufficient level. This feature saves valuable recording time by not recording periods when there is little or no sound. In telecommunications, a voice operated switch, also known as VOX or Voice Operated Interchange, is a switch that works when sound is detected above a certain threshold. It is usually used to turn on a transmitter or recorder when someone speaks, and to turn it off when they stop talking. It is used in place of a push to talk button on transmitters or to save storage space on recording devices. On cell phones, it is used to save battery power. Intercom systems that use a loudspeaker in a room as a loudspeaker and microphone often use VOX on the main console to change the audio direction during a conversation. The circuit generally includes a delay between stopping the sound and changing direction, to prevent the circuit from shutting off during brief pauses in speech (From Wikipedia).
- Unlimited recording time.
- Nomenclature based on dates.
- Background recording (you can open another application while recording, even when the screen is off).
- Built-in shared memorandum (Bluetooth, Drive, Dropbox, Email, Gmail, WhatsApp, etc.).
- .wav audio files (3GP, AMR, MP4) are exported via USB.
- Supports any operating system (Linux, Mac OS, Windows, etc.) to play using VLC.
- Support horizontal and vertical display modes for tablet.
- Show free space.
- You can use the rear microphone.
- You can increase the volume of the microphone.
Required Android Versions : Ice Cream Sandwich [4.0.3–4.0.4] - Jelly Bean [4.1–4.3.1] - KitKat [4.4–4.4.4] - Lollipop [5.0–5.0.2] - Marshmallow [6.0 - 6.0.1] - Nougat [7.0 – 7.1.1] - Oreo [8.0-8.1]