Ongoing, I didn't get a chance to demo the MikMe Pocket, but it's easy to see how it could be useful for YouTubers and reporters. The app's automatically combines the mic's audio with the video being shot on your phone, and you can also edit your clips there too. That's a simpler process than throwing everything into a video editing app and making your sound and imagery in sync. Starting next year, you will also be able to switch the MikMe Pocket to the Bluetooth hands free profile, which will lower the audio quality to 1
You probably appreciate some of the MikMe Pocket's more advanced features, including the ability to wirelessly monitor your recordings, as well as a 3.5mm stereo Out connection for passing audio to cameras and mixers. MikMe also plans to offer a "pro" version of its app with more capabilities, like recording a video with two of its microphones, video customization and custom branding for $ 9.90 a month. You will get a year of pro access with every MikMe Pocket, but after that you'll need to pay the subscription fee.