Introducing Armadillo - the world's best Audio Notes
June 21, 2012 in Software
[prMac.com] Berlin, Germany - Flux Forge is proud to announce the release of Armadillo Audio Notes for the Mac. Armadillo Audio Notes is made specifically for users who need to take notes during events like meetings, lectures or public speeches. The application allows Mac OS X users to record high quality audio, simultaneously take text notes and synchronize text with audio.
This remarkably designed Audio Notes software offers high quality audio recording, full blown text formatting capabilities and PDF export so notes can be shared with friends and colleagues who don't have Armadillo Audio Notes installed.
"Armadillo Audio Notes for OS X is unique because it's a significant combination of a voice recorder and a full blown notes application. We're especially proud of the slick user interface which makes using Armadillo a joy," explains, Leon Szpilewski, Flux Forge's owner. "In other words, this is an outstanding application for everyone who needs to take notes during meetings or lectures."
* Synchronization of audio and text
* Full Rich Text Editor
* Support for bullet lists and tables
* Support for embedding images, charts, diagrams, audio, video and PDF and many more
* Integrated spell checker
* High quality audio recording with special speech enhancement algorithms
* PDF export
* What You See Is What You Get printing support
* Retina Screen support
* German, French, Spanish, Japanese, Italian, Chinese, Russian and Korean will follow soon
* Requires Mac OS X 10.7 or later
* Requires a 64Bit CPU
* Requires audio input device (microphone)
* 25 MB Hard Drive space
Pricing and Availability:
A free 14-day trial version of Armadillo Audio Notes can be downloaded from the developer's website. The price of the full product is $14.95.
Flux Forge is an independent iOS and OS X development firm. Based in Berlin, Germany, it was started in 2008 by software developer Leon Szpilewski. Besides creating its own products, Flux Forge also does consulting and contracting work in development. Their main area of expertise is digital signal processing applications (DSP). Copyright (C) 2012 Flux Forge. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.