1. Thanks for your honest comparison, Erica. InqScribe is actually designed by a small software company called Inquirium (not Apple), and so we appreciate you spreading the word about our product. You could say we also “work from home.” 🙂

    I wanted to point out that you can insert clickable time codes within InqScribe via handy keyboard shortcuts (or via foot pedal, if you customize your shortcuts). Although, as you mentioned, you cannot use InqScribe in the background while you type in Word. Also, we do offer a free, fully-featured 14-day free trial for new users to try out our software with all of its features enabled (this is different from the restricted, “unlicensed” mode you mentioned above).

    Anyway, just wanted to send you a quick thanks for the review. We hope you continue to enjoy InqScribe. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions at support@inqscribe.com.

    -Alex Underwood
    Community Manager, InqScribe

    • Erica Martin

      Thanks for the comment Alex, I don’t k now what made me think that InqScribe was made by Apple..LOL. And I did figure how to insert timecodes, and will be trying it next time I transcribe something. I plan to publish more about my experiences with InqScribe, so please be sure to check back for updates.

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