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Tieline Releases Free iPhone Report-IT Application
Indianapolis - June 21, 2010 - Tieline Technology has released a free version of its iPhone audio codec application called Report-IT Lite. Now available on the iTunes App store, this new, free version allows iPhone owners to use many of the features of the full version.
International Marketing Manager Darren Levy says that the iPhone's built-in mic delivers better audio quality than most other phones. Also, because of Apple's strict policy of testing applications before they are allowed to run on the phone, the platform is extremely stable for live broadcast, local recording, editing and FTP file transfer.
Tieline has made free test lines available so that users can connect live to a Tieline hardware studio codec to learn how it works. Users can also request free Tieline hardware codecs for their studios to conduct more comprehensive tests.
Report-It has a feature that allows users to e-mail or SMS a launch and connect preconfigured link to a reporter's iPhone. The reporter touches the link and it automatically launches Report-IT and connects to the studio live over 3G wireless or Wi-Fi.
Report-IT Live also received a Radio magazine Pick Hit Award at the 2010 NAB Show.
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