The recording function within the Nokia Series 80 phones is brilliant for capturing voice notes about inventions you've just thought of, or taking down conversations where your friends have agreed to lend you money in case they deny it at a later point. Well, that's what I use it for anyway. I've always found the one minute recording limit a little restrictive though, but thankfully Psiloc Extended Recorder addresses this issue.
This neat electronic recorder captures voice notes of any length, so the duration is only limited by the size of your phone's memory. Luckily, there's an option to save the file in space-saving AMR format, or you can opt for WAV if you're looking for that bit more audio quality.
Another handy feature is that the software displays the remaining recording time and memory, so you know when it's time to start wrapping things up. After the audio has been captured, it can be transferred via USB cable or Bluetooth to your PC, freeing up space for you to start a new recording.
If you attend lots of business meetings, are a forensic detective or if you just like the sound of your own voice then Psiloc Extended Recorder represents a great way of recording lenghtly spiels.