Professionals working in audio-driven industries such as podcasting or journalism can now ensure that none of their audio has been lost or misrecorded thanks to Backtrack.
The app is compatible with iOS systems and Mac computers and will ensure that all conversations, brainstorming sessions, meetings, and calls are always recorded without having to actually click record. The Backtrack platform over-writes a 60-minute window of audio consistently throughout the day and uploads it onto your Mac laptop.
If users realize there is something they should have recorded, they can simply drag the icon on their computer back to the appropriate time and the platform will automatically save the audio file onto your desktop. The Backtrack app will revolutionize and simplify the processes for many digital professions and freelancers.
Backtrack is Always On and Lets You Record All Your Conversations
1. Always-on Audio Recording - Opportunity for developing innovative audio recording technologies that enable continuous and automated capturing of conversations in industries like podcasting and journalism.
2. Automated Audio Backup - Potential for developing backup systems that automatically save and store audio files, eliminating the risk of losing important recordings in digital professions and freelancing.
3. Intuitive Audio Retrieval - Opportunity to create user-friendly platforms that allow easy retrieval of specific audio files, enhancing productivity and efficiency in audio-driven industries.
1. Podcasting - The Backtrack app presents an opportunity for podcasting professionals to enhance their recording process, ensuring no audio is lost or misrecorded.
2. Journalism - The Backtrack app provides journalists with an effortless solution for constantly capturing conversations and meetings, streamlining their workflow and minimizing the risk of missing important information.
3. Freelancing - Freelancers in audio-driven industries can benefit from the Backtrack app by simplifying the recording and backup processes, allowing them to focus more on their work and worry less about accidental recording mistakes.