11 Alternatives to Jaco
Isiah HillI would definitely recommend this tool, and would also checkout Heap Analytics (www.heapanalytics.com), it's like Google Analytics on steroids.
FerminRP- Growth HackerNot sure its lightweight and not sure it counts as an alternative. But Fullstory's free tier has really helped us understand what our users were doing, with no extra cost.
Kunal Bhatia- Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUpI love using Cassette for this purpose. They have different colored bookmarks so you can tag sections of the interviews based on the category you'd like to place them in.
Kunal Bhatia- Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUpCassette is amazing. I use it for all background interviews, and sometimes as a backup recording to my prototype testing sessions. Love the simple bookmarking and the transcription.
Kunal Bhatia- Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUpThis one is really easy for me. Cassette is definitely my go-to tool for audio recording as a designer. Researching and doing 1-on-1 interviews is really easy. I hardly scribble things down anymore (more sketches if anything) and I can follow up on all the action items by adding a bookmark during the interview. You can pay for the transcription, and be able … See more
Kunal Bhatia- Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUpCassette is amazing. Not sure what you're looking to do with the recordings, but Cassette allows you to bookmark spots easily and transcribe the sessions too!
Stefan Theofilos- Product Designer, EntrepreneurCassette can transcribe from voice to text and can do it pretty well
Kunal Bhatia- Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUpI love Cassette. I never need to furiously take notes since I started using it. The bookmarks feature is a way to quickly come back to interesting bits of the conversation or go back to action items. Transcription is great too, and Angad (the founder) is soon going to add a cloud feature that will allow you to sync your notes/audio on any device.
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LifehackerYou have a ton of voice recording apps for iPhone, but a lot of them don't work super well. Cassette manages to offer up a good organization scheme, solid recording features, and a handy, yet pricey transcription feature if you need it.