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Thursday, February 17, 2011
Philips Announces New Dictation Recorder Application for iPhone and iPad


Philips will begin offering a recording application for iPhones and iPads.

Philips Recorder for iPhone and iPad turns the smartphone or tablet computer into a wireless digital dictation recorder and works with the SpeechExec Enterprise suite ? allowing users to record, edit and send dictation files directly from the mobile device.

Since the new recorder turns iPhones and iPads into a wireless digital dictation recorder, users can dictate in any location they want and upload files to a Web server using 3G or WIFI connections. The Web server then distributes the recorded files to registered transcriptionists via e-mail or to a network folder. This allows the typist to begin working on the file immediately.

In addition, the new app includes features such as:

- Touch screen controls for intuitive operations and fast file edits
- Express Recorder Mode so users can simply shake their iPhone or iPad to start and stop recording
- Automatic file encryption
- Priority settings to indicate urgent recordings that need to be processed first

Philips Recorder for iPhone will be available from the App Store starting on February 21, 2011.


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