Easily record MP3 or FLAC audio files with Recordify.
There are a lot of reasons why you might need to record music files from your device, such as for incorporating into a presentation, saving for later use in case of files crashing, losing all your files to hard drive or tech failure, and more. Fortunately, there is a wide range of tools for helping those situations, all of them in different price ranges and geared to different levels of users with different features and functionalities.
While Recordify by German company Abelssoft is low on price, is more than makes up for it with a clean, user-friendly interface and more than capable functionality. It allows you to create MP3s and other audio files types from any music or audio on your device, letting you save it, store it, share it, and play it back any time you need it. Just like any live recording software, Recordify works with any kind of music you’re listening to. It will sync to your subscription services as well as let you record other files and your voice.
Trying Recordify is easy, too. With two pricing levels–free, and nominal fee–you can test the software before deciding to buy the full-featured option. Paying for the download removes ads and requests for support, as well as removes ads from the files you’re recording. It also lets you rename your files and email for support, which aren’t offered with the free version.
Some users have indicated an issue with playback after recording some streaming files with Recordify, but the issue was immediately corrected when they switched their output to their device speakers. It seems to make for a better recognition for the software, one that is necessary for the resulting file to have audio.
To test out Recordify for yourself–and ultimately decide if you want to spring a little extra for the full version–simply download the software by clicking here.