Does anyone from Rhinospike ever read this section?0 votes
Yes, we read the feedback section and review it from time to time.
For instance, I am learning Japanese and speak English so I should search for Japanese speakers who are learning English. That way we can do an exchange and I think the community would build faster.1 vote
As another user stated, you can already do this on RhinoSpike. Visit https://rhinospike.com/profiles/search/ give a try!
Fix the broken links in the notifications emails.4 votes
HTML5 could be a good alternative since it is well-supported on mobile devices! In fact Silverlight is the only reason I do not use this service as much as I would like :(5 votes
We are happy to announce that the old recorder is gone, and a new one is there in its place! The new recorder does not need any browser plugins, instead it uses new HTML5 audio capabilities that weren’t available a few years ago.
Since this is a newer web technology, it works in the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Brave and Opera on the major desktop operating systems (Windows, Mac, and Linux), as well as Chrome and Firefox for Android. Safari and Edge don’t support this new web audio recording ability yet, but we expect they will adopt the new standard eventually. But hey, something is better than nothing! In-browser recording is back!
I'd like to learn Maltese, so I need audio help from others. Just add Maltese to list of languages so that it can be selected as a native or studied language1 vote
Maltese language has been added.
Simple really, just add Scots to the list of languages so that it can be selected as a native or studied language.3 votes
We’ve added Scots. Thanks for the feedback!
Give us a FAQ page.1 vote
Hi, the FAQ page is located at http://rhinospike.uservoice.com/knowledgebase
One suggestion: make it so that users can edit what they wrote after they post a transcription. Currently, we have to put any corrections in the comments section.
This feature is now available on RhinoSpike.com
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