Digital Dictation Now Supports the iPhone

Posted by at 1:50 pm on August 25, 2008

BigHand, a market leading developer of ┬ádigital dictation workflow systems for the legal community, today announced support for the Apple iPhone’s native AIFF and CIF sound formats. This allows professional users who record audio files on their iPhone to email their dictations into their BigHand Digital Dictation workflow system, for office-based tracking and processing for document turnaround.

Graham Wright, Chief Architect at BigHand, Inc. described:

“The iPhone utilizes Direct Push to synchronize with Microsoft Exchange, so we have expanded the conversion utility of our Email Gateway component so it extends to the AIFF and CIF file formats native to the iPhone. We already had extended the utility to take into account Symbian’s native WAV and AMR formats; so iPhone support was the natural next step in our efforts to remain at the forefront of the mobility push taking place in the global legal community at present.”

2 Comments for “Digital Dictation Now Supports the iPhone”

  1. john

    ihave several iphone 3g recorders
    i need one where i can e mail the filr to my assistant for transcription
    john

  2. I can’t tell you how excited I am that my iPhone offers digital dictation. It really is the best way to have a device that can do everything. I don’t know what I did before I bought mine!

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