Home > Apps >  > Spreaker Studio
T + -
Spreaker Studio

Spreaker Studio

( 1 Reviews )

Screenshots

Description

Spreaker Studiots of ways to create a podcast, although if you're going make them regularly you may need a tool that lets you avoid cumbersome professional editors. Speaker Studio is a practical tool that lets you record your own podcasts on the fly, and includes a series of options for adding effects and letting listeners interact online. You can broadcast live or record audio locally for later release. You can pause and resume the cuts at any time and the program lets you insert additional audio on top of the voice track you're recording. This means it's possible to create a playlist of songs you can release whenever you want using program's own interface, which even includes a rudimentary two-track mixer and a panel with shortcuts to little sound effects (several come with the program). Although it's best if all participants are in the same physical space when it comes time to record, this isn't always possible. To solve this, Speaker Studio has included the option of linking a Skype account in order to capture a live recording of a call. (Obviously the audio quality will depend on your Internet connection.)

The best apps to listen and record podcasts
The radio isn’t what it used to be. You no longer need to be near the appliance at a certain time to enjoy your favorite show. Nowadays, you can listen to your favorite radio shows wherever and whenever you want. Choosing what you listen to as well as when to pause the show is what we call radio on demand. There are podcasts that talk about all kinds of topics and there are also apps that you can use to listen to your podcasts with your smartphones, either live or previously downloaded.
Available on
Windowsphone

Information

Last-version:1.0.11
Category:
User-rating:5.0 ( 1 Reviews )
License:Free
Publisher:Spreaker, Inc.

Reviews

Email :
Name:
Sumbit
  • 6/30/2022
    by King

    Love this app. It's exactly like the browser version of Gmail but runs and loads much faster. It's a great alternative to the Windows mail app which doesn't allow for Gmail specific features. Also integrates Google Calendar and Keep, making it incredibly convenient if you use these apps as well. I've had this app since it was released and the developer has done a great job continuously making improvements and updates.

  • 2/5/2022
    by Eric

    It is a fully functioning app with settings and options and a Help section, and so far it's working great for reading my gmail, from multiple accounts even. But there's a part of me wondering if Tim Grabinat is 'grabin at' our private login info. Anyone else a little worried about that? If Tim and the app are legit and safe, then EasyMail for Gmail ROCKS!

  • 9/9/2022
    by Jennifer

    This is exactly what I wanted: Gmail that runs in an app instead of through my browser. I paid the 1.99 to be ad-free, and it's fantastic. I enacted the "e-mail preview" pane from Google Labs, and now it runs exactly as I want it to: looks like a client, but keeps my "primary," "social," "forums," etc. tabs.

  • 9/26/2022
    by Brandon

    All in all a great app and saves me some much needed space in my browser. I would have liked it better if there was more support for multiple accounts. Some way to see all of my inboxes at a glance would be fantastic -- maybe some kind of grid layout or something? Hopefully the dev sees this as I think there are a lot of us that could benefit from a solid way to view all of our gmail accounts at once

  • 9/24/2022
    by nate

    I find it convenient to use and like not having to open the browser all the time. Unlike outlook or similar, this just opens the regular gmail interface in its own little window, so it keeps things properly separated. I bought the $2 upgrade, not because the ads were bad really, just because it's a good price for a neat little convenience...

  • 5/27/2022
    by Chad

    Great you manage to make a window that directly connects to gmail and now you want $2 to take away Ads. How is this any easier then just launching gmail from a web browser. In fact you can get this same experience without any Ads for free by making a launch tab your gmail account. Also the launch tab would probably be faster. Good money grab there Tim Grabinat, I can see the CS classes are paying off.

People also like

iTunes
iTunes
Free
JetAudio Basic
JetAudio Basic
Free
Addictive Drums
Addictive Drums
Free
SonicStage
SonicStage
Free
Fake Voice
Fake Voice
Free
3GP Player
3GP Player
Adware
WriteItNow
WriteItNow
Demo
DarkWave Studio
DarkWave Studio
Free
TouchCopy
TouchCopy
Trial
Sharepod
Sharepod
Free
Freecorder
Freecorder
Free

Top downloads

New and rising apps