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3 Best Voice Recording Apps for Android

The pre-loaded sound recording apps on most Android phones usually have quite basic functionality on offer. This comes as a bummer for people who want advanced tweaks and features while recording audio. Therefore, we are here with a list of three best voice recording apps for Android, available for free on Google Play Store.

Best Voice Recording Apps for Android

1. Dolby On: Record Audio & Music

Dolby On lets you record songs, sounds, voice, instruments, podcasts, rehearsals, and more with high quality using cutting edge Dolby audio technology. It equips a couple of automatic studio effects, including noise reduction, limiting, spatial audio, dynamic EQ, etc., alongside powerful audio processing.

Now, the app is highly intuitive and has an easy recording process. Once you’re done, Dolby will automatically process the sound using available options. Furthermore, you can manually tweak the audio on the grounds of style (custom-designed audio presets), noise reduction, bass & treble levels, boost, and more.

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You can even record lossless audio, i.e., uncompressed 48kHz, 16-bit WAV files for maximum quality. Counting in all the features, Dolby On is indeed one of the best voice recording apps for Android.

Key Highlights: 

  • Intuitive UI
  • Automatic Studio Effects
  • Dolby Audio Processing
  • Lossless Audio Recording

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2. Easy Voice Recorder

With Easy Voice Recorder, you can record in high, medium, or low quality based on the file size you want. It can be done either within the app or through the homescreen widget, which comes in handy for quick capture during lectures.

As far as tuning is concerned, it offers different encoding options such as WAV (PCM), M4a (AAC MP4), and 3GP (AMR), followed by the sample rate ranging from 8kHz to 48kHz. You can choose either based on your requirements.

Moreover, one can fine-tune the microphone for voice communication or switch to the secondary mic if available. Easy Voice Recorder also comes pre-equipped with features like automatic gain control and echo cancellation.

The app is ad-supported and can be downloaded for free. However, there is a Pro version available for INR 50 or USD 0.66 that adds automatic cloud uploads, support for Bluetooth microphone, and more alongside some useful editing features.

Key Highlights: 

  • Custom Encoding & Sample Rates
  • Automatic Gain Control
  • Echo Cancellation
  • One-click Recording Widget

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3. RecForge II

RecForge II is a highly customizable voice recording app with support for different codecs, sample rates, bitrate, and mono/stereo options. Alongside the phone’s built-in mic, it supports several external microphones such as RODE SC6, iRig Mic, iRig Cast, etc.

One can record in various formats, including MP3, M4a, Ogg, WMA, FLAC, Speex, and more. And while recording, RecForge shows real-time audio visualization to analyze the frequency levels.

Just like Easy Voice Recorder, you can toggle it right through your homescreen using the widget. Recording can be run in the background and controlled from the notification bar. It can even be scheduled for a later date.

Other notable features include an automatic gain control, option to skip silences and change playing rate, pitch, and tempo. Besides, you also get a couple of basic editing options such as convert, extract, cut, copy, and merge.

Key Highlights: 

  • Customizable Tuning
  • Support for External Microphone
  • Real-time Spectrum
  • One-click Recording Widget

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Wrapping Up

So these were some of the best voice recording apps for Android, available for free on Google Play Store. Out of all, my choice is Dolby On for its sophisticated audio processing and highly intuitive UI. Whereas, for professionals, RecForge II will be an ideal choice.

Anyway, which one did you like the most? Have any other app to recommend? Do let us know in the comments below. Moreover, feel free to reach out in case of any doubts or queries.

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Ritik Singh

Ritik is the Managing Editor at GadgetsToUse. He manages the website and oversees the content to ensure it's as informative as possible. He also heads the sub-sites in the network. Putting work aside, he has a great interest in personal finance and is also a keen motorcycle enthusiast.