I am having trouble recording and/or listening back to audio during sessions.
- Check if you have enough space available on your iPad. Insufficient storage may bring an abrupt end to your recording session. If you think your IOS device is almost full, tap Settings > General > Storage & iCloud Usage > Manage Storage to find out how much storage you have left.
- Go to Settings > Privacy > Microphone to check if Speakaboo has permission to access your microphone.
- Check if the microphone on your iOS device is clear. It is possible that a child holding the device is obstructing the microphone. Protective cases or covers may also interfere with the quality of your recording.
It is advisable to check the microphone before each session for dust and other debris that could obstruct the opening. You can locate the microphone at the top right border of your device.
Which Apple devices are supported?
Speakaboo is tested on iPad 4, iPad Air and newer and runs fine on recent iPad mini's and iPad Pro's. We do not limit the use of Speakaboo on older tablets, but the results will be mixed at best, especially when recording audio. For the best experience, we recommend you use the most recent version of iOS available for your device.
Speakaboo requires plenty of space to store the audio. Devices with 32GB of storage or more are preferable. 16GB devices will work fine, but you have to keep an eye on the usage.