How To Transfer Quickvoice Files from iPad to Computer


QuickVoice is the most popular, full-featured iPhone/iPad/iPod voice recorder available. It allows you to record ideas, voice memos, voice email, dictation, lists, meetings, classes, or entire lectures for professional, educational, and personal use.


You can download Quickvoice free from App Store but the problem most users do face is the inability to sync Quickvoice app recordings with computer. If you connect your iPad to iTunes, click on the Application tab, you will not see the Quickvoice app, talkless of seeing Quickvoice files available for syncing.

So, what is the way out?

You will need a QuickVoice sync app (it's free)

You can send an email to: SendMeSync@nfinityinc.com to obtain the stand alone QuickVoice sync app (it's free)

You can also download the QuickVoice Sync utility by clicking on one of the following platform specific download links:

For Mac Users > www.nFinityInc.com/QuickVoiceSyncMac.zip

For Windows >    www.nFinityInc.com/QuickVoiceSyncWin.exe

Simple to use, but FIRST Sync your iPad to your computer.
Then, run the QuickVoice Sync app and IMPORT.

Your QuickVoice recordings will then be synced into the folder called "QuickVoice iPhone Recordings" in Documents.

It's pretty great, awesome and magical!

Good luck! and Enjoy your iPad

You can read " How I convert .caf files to mp3" to learn how to convert your synced QuickVoice files to mp3 so you can play the QuickVoice recordings on your favourite media players



Comments

Amazing post! I really like it.
Nblinks said…
Thanks for this, I can now easily Quickvoice to transfer voice recording from my ipad to my computer.
Engr. Abdul said…
Amazing info. God bless
Don_lago said…
I just can transfer 15 file, no more... why?
thx
Jide Ogunsanya said…
maybe the free version of the app has a limit on the number of files you can transfer
Anonymous said…
The files imported but when I go to Documents to open voice memo. It can't open file because windows doesn't recognize the software. Any ideas?
Jide Ogunsanya said…
you mean you can't play the recordings imported to the "documents" folder of your computer?
Anonymous said…
yes I can not seem to be able to get the imported recordings to play either. Any ideas?
sojourn said…
I am still unable to get the file to play bacause VLC and Windows Media do not recognize the .caf format. I have tried to convert the .caf file to an MP3 but the converter says that there is no audio detected for it to convert. The file size says that there is data there. Any ideas of a fix?
Jide Ogunsanya said…
Use QuickTime media player
Jide Ogunsanya said…
QuickTime media player will play it
AMJ said…
I downloaded the file above, but it will not import the quick voice files. What is happening here? I now have the quick voice sync app on my PC desktop, but when I press IMPORT nothing happens & it claims there are no files to import, please advise, thanks.
Anonymous said…
i am still unable to play the file..
i have downloaded quicktime player and it still won't play..
what can i do now?
Anonymous said…
This worked beautifully for me! Thank you!
Anonymous said…
Amazing buddy, you saved my life.lol
Once again a great job....Always very informative and well thought out. Look forward to the next one!Your advice is very useful. Thank you
Tom said…
Thank you so much for this piece of software! Works really well, clear instructions, even a thorough explanation of how to convert the files. Thanks!
Anonymous said…
Thank you thankyou thankyou!!!.. It works.. I'm literally buzzing with gratitude for having found a way to save hours of dictation..Bless you :)
Anonymous said…
I now have the quick voice sync app on my MacPro, but when I press IMPORT nothing happens & it claims there are no files to import, please advise, thanks.
Allen Kee said…
Thank you !
Great sharing !
ian rusli said…
same here, nothing imported!!!
Anonymous said…
hi how can I reverse and add quickvoice files to my iphone 6 please?