Aug 4, 2023
beta v1.0.64

Chunks & Other Improvements

We are pleased to announce the release of Spellar AI version 1.0.64 alpha.

Although it may not seem like a huge update at first glance, we have made significant changes to the processing of your recordings. Now, the processing will be almost immediate, meaning you can get results for a one-hour meeting in just a few seconds.Please keep in mind that this is still an alpha version and there is a lot of work yet to be done. As a result, the app may not work as expected or may even crash. We are addressing all issues and keeping them on track. The next release will include new designs, onboarding flows, and updated sign-in screens. Follow us on Instagram, Telegram, and Twitter to stay updated.

Also note that there are some known issues, including problems with changing input devices during recording and lag in text rendering. For more information, refer to the "Issues we know about or what's not supported" section.

Here is the full changelog:

New

  • Recording: The process is now completely different under the hood, resulting in faster and more accurate results

Improvements

  • Popover: We've made some improvements to the popover for pronunciation mistakes. It should now be easier to understand the feedback provided

  • Recording: You can now close the main window during the recording

Bugs

  • Windows: We fixed an issue where you couldn't open the main window from the menu bar after closing it with ⌘+W.

  • Floating Window: When you stopped recording from our floating window (realtime co-pilot), it didn't show the main window. We've now resolved this issue.

  • First-User-Experience: We finally fixed the issue where Spellar AI would prompt you to go to the terminal and run a command when you first opened it.

Known Issues and Unsupported Features

  • Spellar AI may not work or even crash if you change the microphone or sound input during recording.

    • We plan to support input device switching in the future.

  • Text rendering may lag, especially if you scroll fast (we use SwiftUI). It can also have some edge cases that don't work properly when you change the size of the window. The frame won't recalculate until you re-enter the screen.

Aug 4, 2023
beta v1.0.64

Chunks & Other Improvements

We are pleased to announce the release of Spellar AI version 1.0.64 alpha.

Although it may not seem like a huge update at first glance, we have made significant changes to the processing of your recordings. Now, the processing will be almost immediate, meaning you can get results for a one-hour meeting in just a few seconds.Please keep in mind that this is still an alpha version and there is a lot of work yet to be done. As a result, the app may not work as expected or may even crash. We are addressing all issues and keeping them on track. The next release will include new designs, onboarding flows, and updated sign-in screens. Follow us on Instagram, Telegram, and Twitter to stay updated.

Also note that there are some known issues, including problems with changing input devices during recording and lag in text rendering. For more information, refer to the "Issues we know about or what's not supported" section.

Here is the full changelog:

New

  • Recording: The process is now completely different under the hood, resulting in faster and more accurate results

Improvements

  • Popover: We've made some improvements to the popover for pronunciation mistakes. It should now be easier to understand the feedback provided

  • Recording: You can now close the main window during the recording

Bugs

  • Windows: We fixed an issue where you couldn't open the main window from the menu bar after closing it with ⌘+W.

  • Floating Window: When you stopped recording from our floating window (realtime co-pilot), it didn't show the main window. We've now resolved this issue.

  • First-User-Experience: We finally fixed the issue where Spellar AI would prompt you to go to the terminal and run a command when you first opened it.

Known Issues and Unsupported Features

  • Spellar AI may not work or even crash if you change the microphone or sound input during recording.

    • We plan to support input device switching in the future.

  • Text rendering may lag, especially if you scroll fast (we use SwiftUI). It can also have some edge cases that don't work properly when you change the size of the window. The frame won't recalculate until you re-enter the screen.

Aug 4, 2023
beta v1.0.64

Chunks & Other Improvements

We are pleased to announce the release of Spellar AI version 1.0.64 alpha.

Although it may not seem like a huge update at first glance, we have made significant changes to the processing of your recordings. Now, the processing will be almost immediate, meaning you can get results for a one-hour meeting in just a few seconds.Please keep in mind that this is still an alpha version and there is a lot of work yet to be done. As a result, the app may not work as expected or may even crash. We are addressing all issues and keeping them on track. The next release will include new designs, onboarding flows, and updated sign-in screens. Follow us on Instagram, Telegram, and Twitter to stay updated.

Also note that there are some known issues, including problems with changing input devices during recording and lag in text rendering. For more information, refer to the "Issues we know about or what's not supported" section.

Here is the full changelog:

New

  • Recording: The process is now completely different under the hood, resulting in faster and more accurate results

Improvements

  • Popover: We've made some improvements to the popover for pronunciation mistakes. It should now be easier to understand the feedback provided

  • Recording: You can now close the main window during the recording

Bugs

  • Windows: We fixed an issue where you couldn't open the main window from the menu bar after closing it with ⌘+W.

  • Floating Window: When you stopped recording from our floating window (realtime co-pilot), it didn't show the main window. We've now resolved this issue.

  • First-User-Experience: We finally fixed the issue where Spellar AI would prompt you to go to the terminal and run a command when you first opened it.

Known Issues and Unsupported Features

  • Spellar AI may not work or even crash if you change the microphone or sound input during recording.

    • We plan to support input device switching in the future.

  • Text rendering may lag, especially if you scroll fast (we use SwiftUI). It can also have some edge cases that don't work properly when you change the size of the window. The frame won't recalculate until you re-enter the screen.