Voice2Email
Voice2Email
2.0.1

3.8

Voice2Email free download for Mac

Voice2Email

2.0.1
26 March 2014

Speak your e-mail and send it as a small MP3 attachment.

Overview

Voice2Email is an incredible tool that will save you countless hours of typing your email-replies. It lives in the menubar. Just hit the record button, pause recording while thinking of the next thing to say, replay if you wish before you send, or just hit the share button. Your e-mail software will open a new email with a regular MP3 file attached which can be opened and played by anyone in the world. Most email-applications even allow playing of the file inline in the e-mail itself. That is so cool! Your friends and colleagues will get to listen to your voice instead of reading long texts. (checkout a quick screencast here: http://youtu.be/zpQyyFkt5M4

You might think that your attachment will get too big. The good news is that the filesize and quality are completely adjustable in the settings. Let's assume you talk 10 minutes. The smallest filesize you get is 0.5 MB with maximum compression with fair quality. If you wish, all recordings can be saved to a folder of your choice for archival purposes. The new quick-send feature allows you to send your voice messages directly to as many as 6 preset friends in order to speed up frequent communication. The free version of this app is limited to one minute recording time. You can unlock more features by upgrading to the pro version, available from the "Buy" link in the links bar.

What's new in Voice2Email

Version 2.0.1:
  • Fixed UI bugs
  • Fixed attach media file to email

7 Voice2Email Reviews

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Neo979
01 March 2014

Most helpful

Am I missing something here? Why would you pay $13 for software that records audio and attaches it to an e-mail? Mac OS X not only has recording software built in (QuickTime Player X), but it also has speech-to-text built in (including a new offline mode) so you can dictate without making your recipients deal with an audio file.
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Version 1.0.1
JamesHarrisPhoto
26 March 2014
Voice2Email - "Free" costs $9.99? That just doesn't make sense to me.
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Version 2.0.1
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JamesHarrisPhoto
JamesHarrisPhoto
27 March 2014
Looks like someone from MacUpdate corrected the title. Thank you!
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Aydinyulug
22 March 2014
The file size problem has been fixed in the new version, thank you. I use this as a dictation program that's easy to access and the email functions are secondary for my purposes. Simple dictation software with compressed mp3 is not easy to find on the Mac and I have so far also used Audio Hijack and Audio Recorder 3.1 with good results. Aydin
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Version 2.0
Aydinyulug
10 March 2014
Bought it right away but two major problems: 1- The files created on the hard disc are about 5 times what they should be. For example, at 250 KB a minute quality, my 5 minute file is 17.7 MB (although it is shown as 2.5 MB in the software while recording). This defeats the whole purpose of the software. 2- There is no support. The support link goes to a site called 100slides which is just concerned with selling something else. Aydin
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Version 2.0
@timi
09 March 2014
Five star review with broken english from an account made the day of the listing? Yup. Totes legit. Furthermore, if anyone sent me an email with an mp3 attachment I have to hear to understand I'd probably never get the message. Email is lovely because you don't have to hear your annoying friend's voice, or your boss sound extra self-entitled. It's probably faster to type your message out if like the screenshot your voice recording is 3 seconds. Think about it. Your Mac has to record the message, then spend time converting it to an incredibly low bitrate mp3, then create an email for you. You'd still have to type in the email address, and by then you're halfway done. Welcome to 2014. If I want to hear your voice I'll call you, or skype you.
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Version 2.0
KevinH5055
02 March 2014
I already said why in my review
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Version 1.0.1
KevinH5055
02 March 2014
After trying the free version, I bought the app right away. Replying to emails now is quick and fun. Also my friends were surprised and loved it to hear my voice coming from the email. The attachements are mp3, so I don't have to worry about compatibility and they are real small. I think, this app is awesome.
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Version 1.0.1
Neo979
01 March 2014
Am I missing something here? Why would you pay $13 for software that records audio and attaches it to an e-mail? Mac OS X not only has recording software built in (QuickTime Player X), but it also has speech-to-text built in (including a new offline mode) so you can dictate without making your recipients deal with an audio file.
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Version 1.0.1
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KevinH5055
KevinH5055
02 March 2014
I tried this app and baught it straight away. It is terrible convient. Of cause I tried dictating with speech-to-text offline mode. And it is pretty good. But in real everyday action it takes longer and makes a lot of mistakes. It just doesn't understand everything I say, makes mistakes and then I have to correct it. So actually creating a longer reply takes more time than just recording it. The QuickTime Player isn't as convient aswell and doesn't create really small attachement, as Voice2mail does. i.e. 5 Minutes are only 250 kb.....with really good voice quality. After I started using it, I got a lot of cool feedback from friends, who loved to suddenly hear my voice coming from the email. - You know, you should try the free version and then decide for yourself. I think you'll like it.
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$9.99

3.8

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • Mac OS X 10.7.0 or later
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