Griffin Technology has just released a public beta version of iTalk Sync for Windows computers. iTalk Sync is a companion program to iTalk. iTalk Sync for the Mac is also available and requires Mac OS X v10.4 or greater.
iTalk turns your iPhone, iPhone 3G or 2nd generation iPod touch into a high-quality recording device. It’s simple user interface allows you to start/stop recordings, choose sample rates from Good/Better/Best and manage the list of your recordings, all with just one swipe of the finger. Run iTalk Sync to transfers recordings from your iPhone to your computer using a Wi-Fi connection. Recordings are saved in a high-quality AIFF file format that can be played back in iTunes and many other media players, or it can also be converted to MP3 files for easier distribution.
Griffin Technology stated that both iTalk and iTalk Sync are currently free to download and use, for a limited time.
Transfering recordings is as simple as 1, 2, 3:
- Launch iTalk Sync on your Mac or Windows computer.
- Choose your iPhone (or iPod) from the list.
- Your iPhone (or iPod) will display a message asking permission to connect to iTalk Sync. Click Yes.
- iTalk Sync will then display a list of recordings saved on that iPhone (or iPod). Simply drag the recording from the list to your desktop or into a folder on your computer to start the transfer process.
Oops… that’s 1, 2, 3 and 4.
If you have a compatible device (sorry, 1st generation iPod touch is not supported), give both iTalk and iTalk Sync a try. After all, its free. Head over to italksync.com for more details.