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Callrec - Palm OS SoftwareHot on the heels of the PIC Treo call recording app shootout in September are two updates to the apps featured in the shootout. MotionApps’ mVoice is now up to version 5.0.1 from the version 5.0 featured in the shootout. QMobilSoft’s CallRec, the winner of that shootout, has leapt from version 3.1 to the new 4.0. Read on to see the small but significant tweaks that help CallRec extend its lead against the competition.
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jasla @ 11/21/2006 12:54:48 AM # Q
Does anybody tried to use one of the recording programs with handsfree set to take vice memos?
I need to take a voice memos when drivin and it is not allowed to hold a phone in CZ when drivin.
I have tried some of the apps some time ago, but unsuccesfullyand now I do not have time to play too much. Any info would be appecieted. Thanx. JaSla.

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A Quality Application

Patrick @ 11/21/2006 1:59:23 AM # Q
I own both mVoice and CallRec, but only one of them remains installed on my Treo 650: CallRec. The ability to automatically record incoming/outgoing phone calls with high quality sound is the killer feature for me.

The new features in 4.0 are great, but there are a few things I'd still like to see added:

> A keyboard shortcut (spacebar) for toggling sound output between the earphone and speakerphone. Having this choice buried on a preference screen pulldown is just not user friendly.

> An indicator on the main screen for how much recording space remains on your SD card. Right now, you have to start a new recording or bring up the recording quality preference screen to see this information.

> A contacts lookup feature. You can put the phone number (incoming or outgoing) into the recording's filename, but it would be great to have an easy way to see the name of the person you were talking to.

In any event, well done, QMobilSoft.

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