View transcripts on your iPhone, iPad, Android or BlackBerry device from anywhere at any time. Truly experience the ease of taking your transcripts on the go with Mobile Transcript.
- View transcripts on your iPhone, iPad or BlackBerry device from anywhere at any time.
- Highlight key testimony and email selected points to associates, expert witnesses and/or paralegals
- Email transcripts as a PDF or RTF file
- Track your billable time accurately
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Benefits of Mobile Transcript
- Mobile Transcript files are uploaded and accessed through a 128-bit encryption process
- Our servers employ bank-level SSL security protection
- Lawyers access transcripts by logging into an app, requiring a username and password, which adds another layer of security for the protection of their confidential transcripts
- Emailed PDF files reside on your wireless device, which is accessible to anyone who may pick up or use that device other than you
Optimized for Wireless Devices
- Court reporters may email transcripts to you in PDF format, but PDF files are not optimized for your wireless device
- Highlighting lines of testimony with Mobile Transcript is much quicker and easier than using the highlighting options in apps such as GoodReader or iAnnotate, which also again do open PDF files but do not optimize the files for any wireless device
Designed for Lawyers
- Mobile Transcript files are not only optimized for your wireless device, but the files are interactive, with many user options within the app, such as highlighting testimony and exporting deposition summaries to associates, experts and legal assistants
- The Mobile Transcript app was specifically designed for lawyers and automatically logs billable time in itemized detail of the transcripts reviewed, which the lawyer may later export out in Excel or PDF to a bookkeeper
- The lawyer’s account also acts as an online transcript repository, which the lawyer may log in at any time, using a computer, in order to access billable time logs and copies of transcripts in PDF format