The iPhone provides many valuable features to facilitate its users. Today, we will discuss its very helpful and useful feature called voice recording. Audio memes can be recorded in just a few clicks, voice notes can be cut down, audios can be labeled for ease of use, and ideas can be stored for later use.
Students mostly use it to record their lectures and musicians to record their music, and journalists for interviewing. Most importantly, they can make voice recordings on the iPhone without using third-party apps.
If you are wondering how to use this valuable feature of the iPhone, then read on. Here is a short guide to voice recording with your iPhone:
- To make a recording on your iPhone, open the Voice Memos app
- Tap the red button at the bottom of Voice Memos to start recording
- Your iPhone is listening in on whatever you wish to record. Sing, make a voice note, or speak whatever you desire to record; your iPhone will follow your commands
- After you are done recording, tap the large red button at the bottom of Voice Memos to end the recording
- When you have recorded audio, it is saved in the app. To listen, tap the audio recording, followed by the play icon.
Note: To keep your privacy, when you use Voice Memos, you will see an orange dot appear at the top of your screen to indicate the microphone has been activated.