October 23, 2008 in Business (E)
[prMac.com] Smithfield, Rhode Island - nFinity Inc. is excited to announce that its award-winning QuickVoice Recorder is now available for the 2nd generation iPod Touch adding to its already existing line of voice recording software for the iPhone, Mac and Windows PCs. And as a special promotion, anyone can purchase QuickVoice for just $.99 simply by making their purchase through Apple's iTunes (This is a limited time $15 bonus value).
QuickVoice is a professionally designed "touch & speak" recorder, offering many high-end features typically found only in dedicated hardware voice recorders. It is a powerful tool and ideal for business people, educators, students, musicians, and casual users alike. Conveniently record voice notes, reminders, dictation, meetings, interviews, shopping lists, to-do lists, and even entire lectures and multi-session seminars.
For iPhone users, QuickVoice iP (for the iPhone) syncs its recordings with QuickVoice PC on the personal computer (Mac or Windows) at which point recordings can be voice emailed, added to iTunes, edited, and a whole lot more. "What we provide that's different from all others is a complete iPhone-iPod / personal computer recording solution. Nothing else even comes close to providing all this capability and value!" says Kerrie-Lynn Corcoran, Business Manager for nFinity.
QuickVoice is a "Macworld Best Software Under $40" product. Whether users own an iPhone or iPod Touch or not they can purchase the PC version for just $.99 simply by purchasing through iTunes and then sending an email to nFinity to obtain their bonus PC (Mac or Windows) software.
Headquartered in Smithfield, Rhode Island, nFinity, Inc is a privately funded software company founded in 2001. With emphasis placed on product quality, value and customer satisfaction, nFinity's award winning software products for Mac OS X, Windows, and Apple iPhone 2.0 platforms have earned them the highest customer and editorial reviews. Copyright 2001-2008 nfinity, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.