With the Voice Memos app (located in the Utilities folder), you can use iPhone as a portable recording device to record personal notes, classroom lectures, musical ideas, and more. You can fine-tune your recordings with editing tools like trim, replace, and resume.
Go to Settings > Privacy > Microphone. Make sure that the app is enabled. If the app has permission to access your microphone, or if it isn’t listed, contact the app developer.
Fundamentally, your available recording time depends on the amount of free space on your iPhone. As a general rule of thumb, one free gigabyte allows you to record about 101 minutes of stereo uncompressed 44.1kHz WAV audio.
With iCloud, your Voice Memos recordings appear automatically in Voice Memos on your Mac and your iOS and iPadOS devices where you’re signed in with the same Apple ID. On your iOS or iPadOS device: Go to Settings > [your name] > iCloud, then turn on Voice Memos. …
To save an audio message, tap Keep underneath the message. The Messages app deletes audio messages after 2 minutes. To keep your audio messages longer, go to Settings > Messages. Scroll down and tap Expire under Audio Messages, then select After 2 Minutes or Never.”
First, open the Settings app and then tap “Messages”. From there, scroll to Audio Messages and tap “Expire”. You can now set audio message to never expire. Whenever you do keep audio messages, they’ll inevitably become lost behind all the newer messages you receive.
Here’s what iCloud Backup includes
Your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch backups only include information and settings stored on your device. They do not include information already stored in iCloud such as Contacts, Calendars, Bookmarks, Notes, Reminders, Voice Memos4, Messages in iCloud, iCloud Photos, and shared photos.
Those who want to transfer voice memos from iPhone to Computer without syncing over WiFi, there are a couple of solutions like AirDrop (only for Mac users), Cloud Drives (Dropbox or Google Drive), Message Services (iMessage or WhatsApp), and Email Transfer.
Touch the Edit icon at the right corner to open the Edit screen. Tap the Edit icon again to pop up the File Format menu. You can find WAV, M4A, M4R and MP3 from the menu list. Select MP3 or WAV to convert the voice memo from M4A to MP3 or WAV.
The voice message file will be added to a folder called “Transfers,” which will then open. Click and drag that file to your desktop, documents, or any other folder.
On your Android device, open the Voice app and tap the menu, then settings. Under calls, turn on incoming call options. When you want to record a call using Google Voice, simply answer the call to your Google Voice number and tap 4 to start recording.
Unfortunately, voice memos do not sync back into your Voice Memos app. The only way to get the voice memos back onto your phone is to send them to yourself via email and open them on your phone. When you change phones, the voice memos do get backed up but they become part of your music library via iTunes.
From the Recents view on the Apple Watch, use the Digital Crown to select the recording you wish to send then Force Press on the screen to display the menu. Press the ‘Send to iPhone’ button. This will send the recording to your iPhone again.
Once you’ve installed the Google Drive app on your iPhone or Android, you can also use the share menu from your iOS or Android apps such as Photos or Voice Memos to upload files. Just tap Share within any app and choose Drive. … To upload folders, you have to open Google Drive on your computer.
Connect the iPhone to the computer and open the iTunes app. Tap the iPhone button 1 in the iTunes menu. This button appears in iTunes when you connect the iPhone to the computer. Go to the Music section 2 and check the boxes for “Sync Music”3 and “Include voice memos” 4.
These voice memos are stored as audio file on your computer. On Windows, navigate to C:\Users\NAME\Music\iTunes\iTunes Media\Voice Memos in File Explorer. On macOS, head to /Users/NAME/Music/iTunes/iTunes Media/Voice Memos in Finder.