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Audio recording app the journalists use?
At press events, where a player is standing in front of a bunch of reporters on the sideline or in the locker room or something, I see all the journalists pointing their smart phones at the player. I assume this is because they have an audio recording app on their phone.
Does anyone know what app they use? The ones that have iPhones anyway, that’s what I use.
It’s a real pain digging through the App Store trying to find the good apps. So if I can find out what app the professional reporters are using it’s save me a lot of time.
It’d also be nice if I could record conversations while leaving my phone in my pocket, in case I feel like I need to be sneaky.