1. Philips Dictation Recorder

If you’re more inclined to go with a brand name that you can trust, then Philips’ entry on this list may well be your entry point when it comes to choosing a dictation app. “Presenting a new dimension to wireless recording” is what Philips claim their recorder brings to the party, and with an inbuilt insert-and-overwrite function that offers mobile flexibility to your sound recordings whilst on the go, recording and sending voice files has never been easier. With an accessible and intuitive interface, this is certainly a safe option to explore.

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