Spreaker is a new audio browser-based application allowing users to easily record, promote and share radio programs throughout the world.
The site allows logging in via Facebook Connect, with users able to share their radio shows with friends on Facebook as well as users of Spreaker itself. This allows Spreaker to piggyback onto Facebook’s vast user base, greatly increasing its profile and potential users.
The innovative audio start-up has a feature-rich console with which users can record their own shows. This console permits access to the user’s music library as well as connecting to a line-out or internal microphone. Shows have the ability to either be performed live, or pre-recorded for later uploading. An App for iPhone and iPad has been released allowing users to listen to shows on the go.
Spreaker has already generated a significant number of users, suggesting the combination of obvious polish, usable and interesting features and bold branding could lead to a successful endeavour. The free version of the website allows for shows to be recorded in half hour slots, and also allows a total of 1 hour’s worth of music to be uploaded for use in radio shows. Upgrading to Spreaker Premium allows shows to be recorded in 3 hour slots and a total 60 hours worth of music uploaded. At $19.90 a month, it isn’t difficult to picture this premium option as particularly viable for small to medium sites who spend many hours producing podcasts, saving time.
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