In-person sessions on your iPhone or iPad

Capture audio from in-person sessions on your mobile Apple device with our iOS app

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Written by Aviva Glassman
Updated this week

Upheal Recorder iOS app is in beta. We recommend taking backup notes just in case.

If you use an iPhone or iPad and want to record your in-person sessions, the Upheal Recorder iOS app is for you. Recording is simple:

  1. Capture your session with the app.

  2. The app automatically uploads the recording to Upheal.

  3. Your notes will be ready in Upheal in your browser as usual.

Installing the Upheal Recorder app

  1. On your mobile or tablet, follow this link, or search for Upheal in the App store.

  2. Install the Upheal Recorder app.

  3. Log in with your Upheal credentials.

That's it! You're ready to start recording.

Recording a session

  1. Open the Upheal Recorder app.

  2. Select a client, or choose Anonymous.

  3. Confirm that you’ve collected the client’s consent, if you haven’t done so already.

  4. Press Start recording, and place the phone near you and your client.

    While capturing audio, it's okay if your phone screen goes dark or locks — recording will continue.

  5. When you're ready to stop, press Pause, then End session.

  6. Adjust settings as needed including recording type and note type, and press Upload to processing.

  7. Once the session is uploaded, you’ll see this message:

    When the upload is complete, Upheal processes the session and creates notes, which you can find back in your regular web browser.

Adjusting session settings

You can adjust the session settings any time before or during recording by pressing Session settings. Recording continues while you adjust the settings, unless you have paused the recording.

After the session, you'll be automatically prompted to adjust the settings.

Deleting a session

You can delete the recording instead of uploading it, but please be aware that deletion in the app is permanent — we cannot retrieve deleted recordings.

Click Delete recording after the session:

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