Digital recording service is launched for BlackBerry devices.
UK-based transcription firm dictate2us has released its existing iOS app on the BlackBerry platform.
The recording app comes with an intuitive interface to create the digital recording, which can then be transcribed by a virtual secretary. The secretary is available 24 hours a day, with a turnaround as soon as 60 minutes depending on the length of the recording.
dictate2us claims the d2u Transcriber is secure and confidential and can be used for topics such as medical, legal, academic, general and journalistic interviews.
Daryl Leigh, chief executive, dictate2us, said: "We’re hugely excited to have entered the BlackBerry market – it’s a natural progression which will complete the business experience we offer. Now even more people will be able to dictate on-the-go.
"This app has been created by a team of experts that span four continents. It is the ultimate tool for business users and its launch marks a new era in outsourcing."
d2u Transcriber was developed over a one-year period and cost £80,000. The iOS version was released in 2009 and has since seen 6.5 million downloads worldwide.
The app is available for free on the Blackberry App World Store and costs £1.55 per minute of dictation.