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3/23/2012
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Todd Ogasawara
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iPad Apps That Sync Audio With Notes: A Visual Tour

Tired of frantically taking notes during meetings, then searching through your audio recording afterward for information you missed? Relax: any one of these apps--Audiolio, AudioNote, and SoundNote--is capable of synchronizing the notes you type into your iPad with the audio it records for easy retrieval. We have the full review and this visual tour.
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Here is SoundNote's Web-based file transfer interface. SoundNote's audio export scheme is not as cohesive as Audiolio's or AudioNote's. If you pause a recording during a note-taking session, SoundNote saves the audio segments as separate files. If your session is full of pauses, keeping track of all those separate audio files it generates could be a nuisance.

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