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.
Great idea for sharing thoughts and listening to othersCons:
I found some minor bugs, sometimes I needed to prepare my recording but I couldn't record audio in background
App gives you a possibility to perceive and convey information along with sense of author's presence. You can listen other's people thoughts and find something special to yourself, not only stories or discoveries but real life emotions that you can feel though the voice.Alexandra Samkova has used this product for one month.
Synth opens a playful, new approach to podcasting-for-all by breaking it into approachable increments that others can interact with by voiceCons:
Synth lives in a delicate but exciting middle ground between “Voice Twitter” and ”Podcasting-for-all.”
I’ll tell you about my specific use case: Humor. I’m not a comedian, but I play one in TV (kidding). More seriously... I pose this simple question: Right now, would you rather read a joke on Twitter or listen to an entire podcast of humor? Or, would you enjoy hearing a ‘byte-sized’ audio clip of the comedian using his/her natural voice to tell the joke? I pick the last one. I can think of no better format to tell my ’byte-sized‘ jokes (on the run) than with Synth. I get to use the power of voice to make the joke funny and I get voice interaction from the audience. There’s no real comparison.Peter Schilling has used this product for one month.