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iOS App: Introducing a brand new DJ Console

What better than a Summer surprise from Spreaker that will make broadcasting on the go even better than before? Just for you, we’ve improved the DJ console on our iOS app so that’s it’s more fun to use and allows for polished results with just a few taps.

Whether you’re running around the Outback of Australia or the rain forests of Madagascar, you can set up an impromptu studio in a cinch. Now an even sleeker console offers lots of editing options, like mixing your voice with audio files and sound effects right in the palm of your hand.

The Old version of Spreaker Console for Broadcasting, Free Broadcasting App

Access the console just as you normally would, and then rotate your mobile device horizontally for the full deck to come up. You can easily synch up tracks to have one follow another seamlessly, and tap the sound effects buttons to give your show some pizazz. Plus adjust the mic and volumes with ease.

Be the cool radio hosts that you are, and bring the goods no matter what the location!

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  • someone you know May 25, 2013 at 1:35 am

    I have Android and iOS and I love the turntables for iOS, but I would love it more if you provide it for android! 🙂 I love Spreaker and have gotten 4 family members to join! Listen to: “M!CRO Radio”, “M’USA Radio”, “This and That Radio”, “Neon Radio”…

  • gerald Jun 26, 2012 at 4:03 pm

    What about android phones will they have a mini dj console

    • Anna Jun 29, 2012 at 12:04 pm

      Don’t worry, we’ll let you know if there are any developments on that end!

  • Dave Thackeray Jun 26, 2012 at 1:11 pm

    Great job people! As an Android fanboi this is of course no use to me whatsoever, but I can see the Apple kids totally getting down with this.

    Looking forward to an updated Deejay Console on the desktop next – when your dev team has taken a much-deserved holiday.

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