Thanks for the suggestion. Is anyone out there still interested in an iPad app? If so, cast a vote, and tell us about your workflow in the comments!mjscox commented
Basically, just lazy, would rather not lug around laptop when I have the iPad. I can use the app on the laptop so I'll just have to do that for now. But the iPad version would be great.
Thanks for writing in the request! We will keep .doc/.docx under review for a future InqScribe update.mjscox commented
A different transcription software already offers this option, to export .doc and .docx files. I would suggest even going one step further and exporting as .xls file for Excel spreadsheet, which may be an easier way to generate a table from a transcript.