Cloud Audio Recorder: How to Use and Its Alternatives

Some people are curious about what Cloud Audio Recorder is and how to use it, and some people wonder if there are any alternatives for it. In this article, we will show you how to use it and give you some alternatives. Just read through it.

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Melissa Lee

Updated on Dec 22, 2023

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Cloud Audio Recorder is one of the most popular audio recording programs that offers an audio recording function. It can record the voice from your computer microphone, making it easy to record audio from website. The volume of the recorded audio can be modified as you wish, so you can make sure the recording is what you want. After recording, you can save your files in MP3 or WAV format. Also, you can share it with your friends. In this article, we will show you exactly how to operate it. Just keep reading.

How to Use Cloud Audio Recorder

This tool is easy to use since it has a simple and clear interface. You can start the recording by clicking on the start button. And when you want to put an end to the recording, just click stop/pause. After that, you can export it or save it. Follow the steps below to use it successfully.

Use Cloud Audio Recorder

Step 1. Click on the "start" button when you are ready. The audio will start recording.

Step 2. If you want to pause the audio recording, you can click on the pause button. To finish the recording, click on the "stop" button.

Step 3. Export the audio recording as MP3 or WAV.

Step 4. Then you will see three options: play recorded audio, save to computer, and save to Google drive. Here we will show you how to save it to Google Drive.

Step 5. Click on the "Save to Google Drive" button. Then a new tab will open.

Step 6. Click on the "select folder to save from Google Drive" and you will see a pop-up window. Log on to your Gmail account and click "open" to save your audio.

Step 7. After selecting the file, you can select the "Save to Google Drive" button again. So that your file will be uploaded on your drive.

Cloud Audio Recorder Alternatives

After an introduction to Cloud Audio Recorder, we will give you some alternative apps in this part. Let's have a look at them one by one.

1. EaseUS RecExperts

EaseUS RecExperts is a capable screen recording software that can record the microphone, the system sound, or both of them as you like. If you only want your audience to hear what's playing on your computer, turn off the microphone. And if you need to explain the content displayed, you may need to record your microphone. What's more important is that it has been upgraded so that the noise-removing function is added. Now let's see how you can record audio with it.

Step 1. Launch EaseUS RecExperts and choose "Audio" (looks like a speaker) from the left side of the interface. Select the sound source by clicking on the speaker sign (the system sound) or the mic sign (the microphone). Or, you can record them both at the same time.

Record Audio

Step 2. Hit "REC" button to start recording audio. To finish it, you just click on the red square icon to stop the recording.

Pause or Stop Recording

Step 3. After that, the recording list window will pop up automatically. You can listen to or edit the recording with built-in tools.

Recording List Window

2. Rev

If you are looking for a simple and effective online voice recorder, Rev is your option. This is a pretty easy-to-use online voice recorder where you only need to press the "Record" button to begin recording. Click "Pause" when you wish to stop the video. After recording, you can listen to your recording by clicking on "Preview".

Rev also allows you to get a transcription for your audio recording, but it is a paid feature. Also, you can share the entire recordings on the internet or share the short video clips of the audio on social media platforms. If you are not worried about possible information leaking, you may choose this tool since it is easy to operate.


3. Telbee

Telbee Voice Recorder is a free online tool to record high-quality audio from your microphone. Once you are done with the recording, you can download the audio as an MP3 file or share it through email, social media, etc. This tool has many other features. For instance, you can integrate it on your business page, get an automatic transcription feature, or reply to your customer queries directly in your voice. Since you need to upload your files online, it's better to think twice in case of information leaking.


4. Google Recorder

This tool may be one of the smartest recorders available online. With Google Recorder, you can instantly transform your audio into text so that you can edit, search, and even share your recordings. Another excellent feature of it is that your audio will automatically change when you edit the transcripted text. It's pretty easy to use. However, this app is only available on Google Pixel devices. We give you the interface of it in the picture above so you can gain a deeper impression of it.

Google Recorder


In this article, we have talked about what is Cloud Audio Recorder, how to use it correctly, and what its alternatives are. From the content above, you will see that it is not the only audio recorder you can use. In fact, according to the device you use, you can choose different audio recorders from the products mentioned above. For Windows and Mac users, we recommend you download and give a try on EaseUS RecExperts since it is user-friendly and capable of meeting your requirements. Just download it now!

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