WatchMeRecord : Simultaneous or separate audio recording for your iPhone and Apple Watch

 

Quick simultaneous or separate audio recordings on your iPhone and Apple Watch

 

WatchMeRecord on the Apple Watch

WatchMeRecord allows you to quickly making audio recordings either using your watch or your phone to start the recording. Recordings can be triggered independently or simultaneously on both devices allowing you to record two events at the same time.

You can discreetly use an Apple Watch as a remote control to start a recording on your iPhone, or equally use your iPhone to start your Apple Watch recording. You can even start them both recording at the same time for two recordings from two separate perspectives.

For instance, your phone could be recording the vocals of your recording session, and your watch could be recording the instrument(s).


 

Features

– Recording and playback capability from Apple Watch and iPhone.
– Ability to record from both your iPhone and Apple Watch at the same time with a single button press
– Playback recordings stored only on your iPhone through the watch.
– Powerful, high-quality transcription of the recordings (in English)
– Easily shareable recordings using messages, email and more
– Shareable transcriptions using messages, email, and more (requires in-app purchase)
– Playback, download, and manage your recordings from a web interface on your computer or another mobile device (requires in-app purchase)
– Ability to start recordings using your iPhone microphone from your Apple Watch, even when the app is closed and your iPhone is locked.
– Rename recordings from both your iPhone and Apple Watch (Watch uses scribble or dictation functionality)
– Full user tutorial on app start-up


Walkthrough

Vehicle Vibration Analysis using SmoothRide – a mobile app that analyses your car’s wheel balance and braking smoothness

We worked with Pro-Cut, a leading on-car brake lathe manufacturer in the USA, to develop (in their own words) ‘the coolest app for wheel and brake service you will ever see’. SmoothRide uses the accelerometer in the iPhone to analyse the vibrations of your car to determine whether the wheels were balanced or whether the brakes were warped.

We are proud to have worked with Pro-Cut on the analysis algorithms and the app and are excited to see SmoothRide launched in the US Apple app-store.

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'Oxford Wave Research were exceptionally great to work with. We posed them a challenge that was very different from their focus in audio pattern recognition. Despite this they immediately grasped what we were looking for and set to developing and adapting their algorithms and tweaking their code to work for our challenge in vehicle vibrations. Development was very cooperative and simple. The ongoing challenges of our project were identified and faced and overcome without drama or cost adds- the entire process was extremely collaborative.'

Jeff Hastings, president of Pro-Cut International
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