March 10, 2011
Did you ever want to record your favorite band’s impromptu jam session, memorialize an observation to share with friends, or capture your professor’s class lecture for review later? Well, thanks to the TinyVox Infinite Tape Deck, you can now record high-quality audio files for quick and easy sharing with your social circle.
The tape deck’s stylish UI is a throwback to the ‘80s microcassettes, which makes it both fun to play with and easy to use. After capturing your audio of choice, the Infinite Tape Deck allows you to attach a file to an email; share it on Facebook, Twitter or Tumblr; or store it on your phone for your future listening pleasure.
TinyVox, which is based in LA, is currently available to iPhone owners as a free ad-supported version, as well as a $1.99 pro version at the App Store. The company just announced plans to unveil its new Android-supported version at SXSW.
Debra J. Farber is an information privacy evangelist and thought leader, with a particular interest in online privacy, social media, application/product development, innovative startups and health IT. Debra has managed privacy programs and initiatives for various well-known organizations across multiple industries, including The Advisory Board Company, IBM, The Department of Veteran’s Affairs, Revolution Health and American Express.
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