How To - iPhone Guide How to use and record voice memos in iPhone 4 min read 0 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Apple has a feature of voice recording in iPhone it is a built-in digital feature that allows you to record no matter what. Before we access it, we need to know how to use and record the voice memos as when it comes to record anything you will find it immensely useful. It allows you to do the recording straightly in your iPhone, iPad/iPad touch. Through Voice memos you can do the following: It allows you to Record It allows you to listen the voice memo It allows you to trim the voice memo It allows you to share Also check: How to delete voice memos on iPhone How to Use and Record Voice Memos for iPhone The app of voice memos is within your iPhone and you can access it from your Home screen. It can located in the folder of ‘Extras’, As far as its usage is concerned then you will be able to record it and listen it as well so let’s get started: Head up to the app of Voice Memos from the Home screen You will see the record button By tapping it you will be able to start recording By hitting the Stop button you will be able to stop the recording You need to hit Done when you are done with the recording You should name your recording so it will be easier for to identify it So type its name into the required field Now hit Save for getting it saved It’s a kid’s stuff to record a voice memo and getting it saved now the next thing that you need to learn is how to listen the recorded voice memo in your iPhone, so let’s move on to it Listen the recorded voice memo in your iPhone Head up to app of voice memo from the Home Screen You can find it in the folder of Extras or Utilities Folder Hit the voice memo the one you recorded By tapping the Play button you will be able to listen it That’s it! How handy it is to use voice memos as there is no ambiguity in accessing and using it, you can record a song with it or you can record the lectures of your college/school. Record speeches or the presentations whatever your concerned area is.