MailVoiceClip is a stand-alone app that enables you to record your voice and then email the recording. The developer claims that using this facility will save time, make your communication more personal and save you finger and eye strain. You can also use it as a dictaphone, recording and keep the files for later use.
Using an iSight camera or your built-in microphone, MailVoiceClip passes your words to iTunes, which produces the audio clip and then packages it nicely in an email like this:
iSay is its main competitor. At ?¢‚Äö¬¨ 9.95 (c. USD 12), MailVoiceClip is cheaper than iSay, but it doesn’t have the range of features that iSay boasts, including integration with iCal, BlueTooth and iSync support.
MailVoiceClip is available from the developer’s website.
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