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We built the TranscribeMe app for Android and iPhone with our customers’ specific needs in mind. The app makes it easy to record and convert audio into perfectly transcribed text anywhere and allows you to complete the entire ordering process in-app as well.

While it stores your audio recordings that have been sent in to be transcribed, we’ve also made it possible to download your original recordings from the TranscribeMe app to make another backup on your computer.

Read on to find out how you can transfer your audio from the app, for both Android and iPhone.

Transfer Recordings from iPhone

1. Plug your iPhone into your computer and wait for iTunes to launch.

2. When iTunes is open, select the iPhone icon, then Apps.

3. Scroll until you find the File Sharing section, then click on TranscribeMe.

4. Audio files recorded to the TranscribeMe app have a .caf extension. Click on the name of the file you would like to save, then Save To.

7. Select where you would like to save your file on your computer and Save.

8. Head to where you saved your file. Right-click to select Open With and choose Quicktime to open your audio.

Transfer Recordings from Android

For Mac Users:

1. Download the Android File Transfer and launch. Then connect your phone to your computer via USB.

2. Access your audio recordings by going to:

Android > Data > com.transcribeme.transcriptionapp > Files

3. Locate your file based on the data/time of its creation and Save.

For PC Users:

1. If you haven’t done so already, you’ll need to enable USB mass storage.

2. After mass storage has been enabled, connect your phone to your computer. Your phone will appear as a new drive “F:” under My Computer.

3. Access your audio through:

Android > Data > com.transcribeme.transcriptionapp > Files



Any additional questions? You can reach out anytime online or via email!

This article was originally published on April 12, 2016.