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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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AudioNotes lets you share your text and audio files via email, iTunes file sharing, or Wi-Fi. This is what the temporary Web page for Wi-Fi sharing looks like in a desktop Web browser. You can save your typed text in a plain text file or a PDF. However, the only file format you can save audio to is Apple's Core Audio File (CAF), which means Windows users must install Apple QuickTime or some other player that can handle CAF files to listen to the audio files AudioNotes creates. A version of AudioNote for Macs is also available--but the iPad and desktop apps aren't compatible.

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