Can’t keep your voice and music levels…well, level? Now you can enable auto-ducking! That way the volume of a track you’re playing will automatically reduce as soon as you start speaking into the microphone.
Do you remember how, ten years ago, we were all obsessed with blogs? And how many times you said (or you’ve been told) “you should start writing a blog”? Suddenly, even your grandma had a blog about gardening tips.
Don’t you think it’s the same now, with podcasts? And doesn’t it seems awkwardly amazing to listen to your grandma’s voice talking about how to keep your cyclamen from dying in the winter? It’s amazing!
It is undeniable that podcasts are living their golden age and that the ingredients are basically three: easy-to-use platforms, professionalism, and incisive content creation – the same successful ingredients for putting together a successful blog. So, what’s the difference? And which one is better?
We’ve got news for you! We just released an updated version of Spreaker Podcast Radio for Android, and it includes an exciting new feature. Introducing the Newsfeed section!
Never miss what your favorite podcasters and networks are up to again. In the newsfeed, you’ll get a continuous stream of updates, from new content created to what everyone’s been listening to.
Choose between two settings: All activity so that you won’t miss any of the actions podcasters or networks make, or New content to see only the latest episodes that have been published.
If you see something interesting, just tap on it to listen to it right away, or tap on the More option (the three dots) to select where you want that particular content to go.
Spreaker’s web-based console is part of our history.
It began back in 2009, debuted with Spreaker’s launch, and has since been used by thousands of users recording podcasts and broadcasting live every day.
Now it’s time to take another step forward.
Several suggestions made by Spreaker’s users over time have helped us in improving the service and developing Spreaker Studio, a brand new desktop app for Windows and Mac. It integrates new features and facilitates your everyday podcasting, offering a great user experience.
We’re sure that you’ll love using it. In fact, here are three good reasons to switch to Spreaker Studio right now:
Android users, we have some good news for those of you using Spreaker Studio on a tablet.
Starting today, you can play with the new fader, and fade in and out of your tracks on the console.
I know, it’s great! With just a finger you can mix your favorite music, pump up the volume at just the right beat, and wind things back down again!
Download the new update now and let us know what you think, we’re all ears!
Did you already download the new release of our Spreaker Studio app for iPad? You most likely did, but if not, do it now! You’ll enjoy amazing new features that will make your podcasting experience even more professional and fun.
We just love broadcasting, don’t we? And we also like taking selfies of ourselves, while eating, running, chilling out with friends…but what about when we’re on the air?
We’re pretty sure that you’re already capturing those moments during your live or recorded sessions, so why don’t you start sharing them?
We’ve punched up our app to include everything you’ve wanted – the ability to add songs and sound effects while you go live, toggle the microphone, and more so that you can take over the entire production of your own podcast or radio show.