751903589 I love Jott, the wonderfully useful voice to transcription to email service that has been gaining steam over the last year or so.
But it has some serious missing capabilities that I really need and think a lot of other people need too.
1. The message length of 30 seconds is too short. 2. Having a mail recipient go to a web site to hear the original message is a big ask and in the end limits its usability. 3. Voice messages are in-the-moment things and even being slowed down to select who you want the message to go to is a big problem for me when all I want to do is capture the idea.
These issues and problems are the see of a project I started working on called MP3VM.com. The idea behind MP3VM is simple. A very simple and fast voice message service that answers the phone with a minimal intro such as "Recording now..." that saves the message when you hang up or press 1 to an mp3 file that is sent to your email for you to forward or annotate as needed. Here are some of the…