Recordify is a great way to record audio from streaming music services such as Spotify. Spotify is a very popular service, but unfortunately if you have a free Spotify account, it doesn't allow you to save your music offline. Recordify has been developed for this purpose.
The app works in a similar way to live recording. It saves each track as a single .MP3 or .FLAC file in high quality audio.
The app currently supports Spotify and Google Play Music. Recordify also has an additional recording function that allows you to record anything else that is being played via your PC speakers.
This is great for making individual tracks from your playlists. Recordify is able to recognize each single tracks and can save it in a correctly named file. It doesn’t matter if it is a single song, or an entire Spotify playlist, Recordify is able to record all tracks.
Recordify has a simple user interface that is easy to get to grips with. You simply choose your source by connecting your Spotify or Google Play Music account, and away you go. Next up, simply choose what tracks you want to record and the app will save them for you. You can also open the destination files and then export them as you need to.
Overall, Recordify is well designed app that is great for music lovers. The interface is basic and easy to use, although there are not a great deal of options to chose from, if you just need to record your music then Recordify could be something to try out?
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