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Record, save, and share 30-seconds of audio on a map

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VoiceMarkr - the Map Audio Recorder

VoiceMarkr allows you to record, save, and share 30-second audio recordings from your mobile device. To add recordings, share & listen to your own private recordings, and much more download the free VoiceMarkr app.

Map out your own Community

Favorite Locations

Mark and record notes about favorite places. Fishing holes, camping spots, you name it.

Self Reminders

Remember that little taco stand on the beach on the way out of town? Now you don't have to.

Share Globally

VoiceMarkr lets you record anywhere in the world in any language.

Private Messages

Share what you want with who you want.

Iwahai was born in late 2018.

Social media is broken and Iwahai is fixing it with VoiceMarkr

The Meaning of Iwahai

Iwahai doesn't actually mean anything. It's not a Hawaiian word. It's the letters of Hawaii H-A-W-A-I-I scrambled! I-W-A-H-A-I. It's an anagram!

Why does it matter?

We live in a world split between text and voice. Anyone who has ever had a conversation by text with their significant other, knows how much information is lost when you can't use your voice. Using voice allows for the use of tone, emotion, inflection, and more.

Why Maps?

Maps are a means of exploring. Maps mean adventure. Maps make the unknown into the known. That's what Iwahai does. Share your knowledge and expeerience of a specific location in your voice. Maps + Voice = Strong Human Connections.

What rhymes with 'see the sky'?

It has all the letters of Hawaii in it - Did you notice that? And the sounds are the same. In Hawaiian 'i' is pronounced 'ee', the 'a' is pronounced 'ah'. The consonants are the same so iwahai is pronounced ee wa high - technically in Hawaiian it would be ee wa ha ee but the long e sound is blended into the 'ha' to make a sound that is 'high'. Iwahai rhymes with 'see the sky'

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