With Apple's voice memo app, you have long been able to create voice memos on your iPhone to record conversations, dictations and other audio notes. With iOS 12, voice memos won for the iPad, and with iOS 13 and watchOS 6, the app is on Apple Watch.
Creating a voice memo seems simple; just press the record button, right? There is more to it than that. You can name and save your recordings, edit an audio file, share it via email, save it in an online service and more.
With iOS 13 and iPadOS 13.1, the app adds more accessible actions to copy and save your recordings to the Files and Dropbox app. The overall process of creating voice memos is similar on an iPhone and iPad, but some steps and tools are different, so we cover each device separately, ending with Apple Watch.