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An audio only social network
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Record bite-sized podcasts that anyone can join ⚓

Anchor is an app to broadcast your voice and talk with other people

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Kunal Bhatia
Kunal Bhatia- Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
You'll be able to do a lot of great things with Anchor, but the monetization piece would be separate. After you build an audience, you could convince people to sponsor segments or 24-hour stories.
Tejas Kinger
Tejas Kinger- SaaS Product Marketing @ Freshworks Inc
Try Anchor. IMO it works really well for podcasts.
Noah Mittman
Noah Mittman- sputnik7.com/RESFEST alumnus
Everything about this product from UI and visual design, to onboarding, to features and creation tools, ad infinitum is spot on and glorious. But, turns out, actually making compelling audio is HARD. Plus, those already making compelling audio are podcasting it on the open web. So, this became an "after I catch up with my usual podcasts" app, and let's face … See more
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Record and listen to conversations, rants, and audio shows

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mom of amazing kids
mom of amazing kids
So user friendly and just FUN.
Shaan Puri
Shaan Puri- ceo, Monkey Inferno
Love this app. It's simple, easy to use, creative, fun... I respect it but I never use it.
Ryan Hoover
Ryan Hoover- Founder, Product Hunt
Bumpers is designed as a tool and social network for creating and sharing audio shows, similar to Anchor, but it might be perfect for your use case. You can visualize and highlight specific moments in the recording, to create a "table of contents"/bookmark you can jump to.
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Start expanding who and what you listen to with podcasts in bytes. Synths are easy to record or import 256 second sound bytes that can be shared as an audiogram and listened to back-to-back.

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Ditch That Textbook
As our world becomes increasingly tech-dependent, a fundamental question will be at the heart of everything we do ... How do we preserve our humanity? Artificial intelligence is automating tasks in our lives. Messaging can be so easily misunderstood. And the amount of time we spend staring at a screen every day is a serious issue.
Podcast Business Journal
If not, consider giving Synth a go. It's a new app that allows you to easily record promos for your show and push them out on social media. Social media is the number one way podcasters, with limited advertising and marketing dollars, are promoting their shows.
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A bigger, better way to make your podcast

Anchor for iPad is a powerful tool to edit, share, and broadcast your new podcast directly on iOS. Supports all Lightning-enabled microphones too. 🎙️

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Engadget
The app is intended to make full use of the iPad's functionality, enabling users to record, produce and edit a podcast episode to completion with just the tablet alone, if need be: It works with microphones through the lightning port, or users can stick with the internal one in a pinch.
Macstories
If you've ever used Anchor to make a podcast, you know just how easy it is. That ease of use, however, has historically meant sacrificing any access to editing tools that most podcasters need. Today that changes, however, as Anchor is introducing basic editing tools as part of the debut of its iPad app.
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The modern podcast management and metrics platform

Say hello to the modern independent podcast management platform. For 6 years, Simplecast has remained the easiest way for podcasters to publish audio to the world; with one-click publishing to Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever your audience listens.

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Riffr is a social network powered by sound.
Through the Riffr app, users speak their mind, listen to their heroes, educate others and become informed through the power of audio.
Users follow other Riffrs and have their own followers.

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Prnewswire
BOSTON, March 5, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Listen closely, and today you will hear the news about a new audio-driven social media platform, Riffr, launched by...
AmericanInno
The concept of a democratic internet includes making sure all voices get heard - not just metaphorically, but literally, too. And a recently-launched audio social network called Riffr wants to do exactly that. Riffr is in the same family of social networks like Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
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All your podcast episodes, guests, and research in one place

Stay organized with a single tool to plan each podcast episode and publish on schedule. Plan your topics and keywords, manage guest details, sponsors, show notes, and more. Review in calendar or list view. Fall back in love with producing your podcast!

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Fun audio-based social platform

Lyrc makes it super easy to capture and share audio with friends and family. Add voice filters, share random thoughts, sounds, songs, or whatever inspires you. Audio allows you to be more authenticity when you share. Discover your world through audio, photos, and emojis. Join the iOS beta!

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