QuickVoice X
QuickVoice X
2.4.4.327

3.6

QuickVoice X free download for Mac

QuickVoice X2.4.4.327

14 June 2017

Voice recorder/voice emailer and much more.

Overview

Note: is not being sold anymore and is listed only for people who had purchased it in the past.

QuickVoice is the award-winning voice recorder for Macs featuring: one-click voice recording, voice email, voice reminders, audio stickies and audio editor. That's 5-great functions in one tightly knit app!

Record voice memos, reminders, to-do lists, dictation, even entire lectures. QuickVoice is equally suited for professional, school, and-or home use. QuickVoice also syncs with our QuickVoice iPhone app to transfer your iPhone recordings to Mac.

What's new in QuickVoice X

Version 2.4.4.327:
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37 Reviews of QuickVoice X

Fishscale
26 August 2010
Version: 2.4.2.313

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"QuickVoice is a Macworld Magazine "Best Software Under $40" product!" - Yeah, like five years ago. This application is so dated I can't believe they even updated it. The UI looks straight out of the 90's and control/saving is a notch better than the interface, still terrible. I'm sorry if this review is harsh but come on dev. Know what you have and give users what they paid for. To everyone else who would like to record items, organize them, start/pause/stop via hotkey and menubar or icon access check out "TapeDeck." I also like AudioRecorder and Audio Hijack Pro although they are a bit more robust than a simple record and save. Worth checking out though. If your looking for more than just a recorder apps like macjournal and pear note cover recording as well as a host of other material like text, but I don't think those are for this crowd.
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Fishscale
26 August 2010
Version: 2.4.2.313
"QuickVoice is a Macworld Magazine "Best Software Under $40" product!" - Yeah, like five years ago. This application is so dated I can't believe they even updated it. The UI looks straight out of the 90's and control/saving is a notch better than the interface, still terrible. I'm sorry if this review is harsh but come on dev. Know what you have and give users what they paid for. To everyone else who would like to record items, organize them, start/pause/stop via hotkey and menubar or icon access check out "TapeDeck." I also like AudioRecorder and Audio Hijack Pro although they are a bit more robust than a simple record and save. Worth checking out though. If your looking for more than just a recorder apps like macjournal and pear note cover recording as well as a host of other material like text, but I don't think those are for this crowd.
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Cenocre
15 November 2007
Version: 2.2.1
Very useful idea that should have been part of he OS. It's hard to believe that we have not been using voice notes for years. The design needs lots of help both in function and looks. The interface really sucks, with too many windows, it is like each window was designed by a different person and the main window is WAY too big with useless graphics and HUGE buttons. It's inconsistent in style and has big functional hole. Too bad as this could have been good. Why is there no window/view that lists all the recordings in one quick view?
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J-Mueller-MacUpdate
08 June 2007
Version: 2.1.2.133
(From user PRAMIN MacUpdate) Easy to use, intuitive interface (but it can be improved, because the stop and pause symbols are not right), customizable features, good integration with QuickTime Pro, audio editor and e-mail client. Recorded messages can quickly be stored and retrieved in user defined groups and can also be accessed from the Finder as QuickTime files. Perfect stability on my iMac G5 PPC. Can be triggered within any application from the menu bar (a hot key would be great), but the interface remains hidden. The recorded sound is crystal clear. It lacks quick ways to hide and show and to switch between internal microphone, audio in port and other sources (you have to go to the application Sound Preferences or to the System Preferences). A warning for you MacUpdate people: you posted this very same application twice! Once as "QuickVoice for OSX 2.1.1" and also as "QuickVoice X 2.1.1 -": http://macupdate.com/info.php/id/7779 . You should appriopriately merge the related information, reviews and ratings.
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Meecheem
02 April 2006
Version: 2.0.4
Very, very annoying. I was having trouble with my previous version of quickvoice so I decided to spend the money and bought the 2.0.4 Upgrade, hoping that the glitch would get fixed. Big mistake. The sound is "jumping" every 3 to 5 secs. that makes the recording unusable. In the past they had replied to my request for help. But then, at some point they no longer did. I always send requests through their "comments" page at qquick-voice.com. I sent several messages... months ago. Never got one reply. It sucks!!! They don't even have a phone # on the website! Anyone got this kind of trouble???
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Peter-Wyse
15 December 2005
Version: 2.0.4
Quickvoice works fine on my Powerbook but on my Imac G5 it causes a kernel panic every time I hit the record button. Contacted the help desk but they gave up after a couple of failed suggestions. Anyone got any ideas ?
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Anonymous
05 August 2005
Version: 2.0.2
Following on from the previous post, I emailed the support address and received a prompt reply pointing me to a link and including a license key. This was much appreciated. Apparently they could find no record of my attempts to contact them, although I was using the contact form on their website - maybe something wrong with it?? Anyway, I am now upgraded to version 2 and happliy using the product.
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Bl0dwyn
30 July 2005
Version: 2.0.2
I purchased Quickvoice on 3/28/05 (Version 1). Just over 1 month later version 2 was released, which is a paid-for upgrade. I left 2 messages via their website feedback page requesting a free upgrade (considering the relatively short time between purchase and the new version coming out) but had no replies, other than a few emails encouraging me to pay for the upgrade. I know I'm not entitled to a free upgrade, but a reply would have been courteous. So I've decided to vote with my wallet - it's my money, and I won't be spending any more of it with this company.
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Mike
11 May 2005
Version: 2.0.2
Version 2.0.2 is Tiger Certified! If you were having problems running version 2.0.1 in Tiger download 2.0.2 and you'll be good to go! Thanks to those who provided 'crash log' data. From the Developer.
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Anonymous
26 April 2005
Version: 2.0.1
quite the toy. this thing is so versatile, I find myself using it for everthing. Stickies and email options are really awesome.
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Jim Bishop
25 April 2005
Version: 2.0.1
Nope. Sorry. Downloading the old version again, and reinstalling, DOES NOT fix the problem! The software will not accept my name and the old registration number doesn't work. The program does not work any more. It is easy to avoid my problem (Unless, as with me, it is congenital.). Don't load the new program on top of the old one unless you are ready to pay for it. If you are where that takes time, as in China, you will have nothing at all for an extended period.
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Anonymous
25 April 2005
Version: 2.0.1
License holders of a previous version of QuickVoice should not concerned about trying QuickVoice 2.0. QUICKVOICE 2.0 DOES NOT DISABLE ANY PREVIOUS VERSIONS. That can only happen by manually deleting or overwriting it. If someone accidently loses their older version and would like it back it can still be downloaded from its original location at http://www.quick-voice.com/QVX.dmg.sit.
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Jim Bishop
25 April 2005
Version: 2.0.1
I paid for the program's early version and like to use it once in a while. I fully understand that issuing a new version costs money, and I will pay it. HOWEVER, IT DOES IRRITATE THE PUDDING OUT OF ME THAT THE OUTFIT POSTED AN UPGRADE THAT WILL DISABLE THE OLD ONE (THAT WORKS) IF YOU ARE AS STUPID AS I AM AND LOAD THE DAMNED THING!!! DO NOT DOWNLOAD THIS ON TOP OF A FUNCTIONING PROGRAM UNLESS YOU ARE READY TO PAY FOR THE UPGRADE, OR HAVE NOTHING AT ALL! I am in China. Paying this stuff through the CPC filters is complicated and takes time. I think the manufacturer's intro should warn us.
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Anonymous
22 April 2005
Version: 2.0.1
Who is spreading this bit about you can use you version 1 serial number to make version 2 registered????? This is simply put untrue as I just now received a registered user notice that you need to pay a $12.95 upgrade fee to get the version registered, that is if you paid for version in the first place!!!!
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Mike
21 April 2005
Version: 2.0.1
QuickVoice 2.0 is a major release over our previous 1.X product versions. We are in the process of notifying our QuickVoice license holders about the upgrade but that entire process will take about week or so. In the meantime users wishing to upgrade now from a previous version to 2.0 can do so by visiting: http://www.quick-voice.com/qv2upgrade.html There is a nominal fee of $12.95, which includes new voice reminders software module, a specially produced Audacity Audio Editor designed to handle QuickVoice files (ideal for editing and post-processing larger recording files), the new 2.0 interface (see screenshot) and as a bonus copy of our Audio Postcard product.
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Anonymous
21 April 2005
Version: 2.0.1
Here is the quote from their FAQ page I have an older version of QuickVoice and-or Audio Postcard how do I upgrade to the latest version? When you first purchased one of our products you received an email that directed you to our download page. Simply trash your older version and go to that download page to get the newer version. You should not have to re-enter your registration code.
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Anonymous
21 April 2005
Version: 2.0.1
Same here. 2.0.1 rejects my registration code and I just payed for it 2 months ago. There website states delete old copy install new copy registration does not need to be reentered. HA!
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Tenjinando1
21 April 2005
Version: 2.0.1
I am a registered user of QuickVoice 1.8. Today I downloaded 2.0.1 but it refused my registration code and now 1.8 no longer accepts my registration code. The contact site cannot be reached to register a complaint or ask for info. What has happened?
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Hawkins
09 April 2004
Version: 1.8
This is a great program! I use version 1.8 on a G3 PowerBook 400, OS 10.2.8, every day. In effect, I use my PowerBook as a digital dictaphone and email the file as a sound arttachment to my secretary for typing. She's on a Windows machine, but has no trouble and prefers this method to listening to dictation on a tape. I'd recommend it to any-one (and do, frequently)!
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Pzwack
15 January 2004
Version: 1.7.3
As a hobby musician I'm a bit bemused by the volume handling of QuickVoice. I'd intend it for musical idea memos, not for quality recordings. So I took the download, went straight to the Sound Settings dialog and got a FEEDBACK LOOP between the open Microphone and the built-in Speakers! Good Start! There is no Auto-Gain setting as we had decades ago on our compact cassette recorders. So I *have* to control the gain myself. So could there be a level indicator & control knob in at least one of the Skins, instead of having it in the dialog? Maybe Gain is not important, maybe it is. It really depends on the recording situation. Check out the marketdroid talk of the new MS Word VoiceNotes to get ideas. At least they compress in their own application. And, all the dialogs are Modal. I thought that user interface style was a thing of the past?
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Anonymous
14 December 2003
Version: 1.7.3
Now with two help menus!
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3.25
Anonymous
22 November 2003
Version: 1.7.3
Very cool app - ignore the 'haters' who download stuff and complain and then never develop thier own apps.
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davidcrickett
21 November 2003
Version: 1.7.3
STILL two help menus. This is getting embarassing for the developer...
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Anonymous
21 November 2003
Version: 1.7.3
Forget that there might be a typo on their site. What's most important is the fact of the matter is that this is some nice software. I agree with the with the others, Apple should license this one because it significantly enhances the OS X operating system. Keep it up nFinity!
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Anonymous
21 November 2003
Version: 1.7.3
nFintity is becoming sloppy as they have version 1.7.1 posted for download at their own site! Then they state how downloading it versus buying off the shelf gives you the latest version! Funny stuff. This company is losing.
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Anonymous
21 November 2003
Version: 1.7.3
1.7.3 was last version that was posted. What gives with posting it again?
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Anonymous
12 November 2003
Version: 1.7.3
Funky numbers float around in the screen area of the pseudo recorder screen. Something is buggy.
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Anonymous
12 November 2003
Version: 1.7.3
The new refinements only enhance this mind-numbingly intuitive voice note app. It's a must for any Powerbook or iBook users with the basic built-in mic, but I also use it with my Macally iVoice II and get ultra clean recordings. Good stuff that should really be bundled with all mac notebooks.
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4.5
Brian
12 November 2003
Version: 1.7.3
Great little app. Love it for recording song ideas and memos on the fly. Great use for my Mac's microphone. Apple should liscense this thing and include it in OSX.
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MikeWelsh
12 November 2003
Version: 1.7.3
This application works very well on my iBook (700). It is well worth the small fee. A job well done.
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davidcrickett
12 November 2003
Version: 1.7.3
_Still_ two help menus? This is sloppiness.
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davidcrickett
03 November 2003
Version: 1.7.2
Ah, now I see... this is typical! They've started porting their programs to windows - and forgot about us on Panther!
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davidcrickett
30 October 2003
Version: 1.7.2
Needs some Panther tweaking - won't send to iTunes, double help menu.
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Anonymous
24 October 2003
Version: 1.7.2
Sorry, this application failed to run on my iBook, 10.2.8, 900 MHz. Dont't know why. Anyway: Good idea!
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Anonymous
03 October 2003
Version: 1.7.2
I'm just wondering why Aladdin's Internet Cleanup targets QV prefs as spyware? Other than that, it's nice.
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b
02 July 2003
Version: 1.7.1-b
This is a great little program. Not only can you make voice recordings, but you can transfer music cassettes to MP3 format (with the addition of a few cables available at your local Radio Shack and costing no more that $12-$13); a great feature if you're not looking to repurchase all of your old music. The conversions are pretty good, and settings can be altered to reduce tape hiss to a minimum.
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Anonymous
07 June 2003
Version: 1.7.1-b
As far as I can tell, this download ("1.7.1-b") is identical to the "1.7.1" archive I downloaded from MacUpdate on 4/28/03. Both archives are precisely the same size, and both contain app version "1.7.1 Build 30". So why the "-b"? Where's the change?
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Cutter
31 July 2002
Version: 1.5.2
I purchased the recorder to facilitate the ability to leave myself little notes on my desktop faster than I could type them up. It is a very well designed piece of software and so far is worth the price of the shareware fee. It's price, I should point out is 19.95 and not the one reported from this website.
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