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TechLife Australia - - DISCOVER - [ CAR­RIE MAR­SHALL ]

An­chor says it’s the eas­i­est way to start a pod­cast, and it lives up to that claim: it’s in­cred­i­bly easy to record, pro­duce, and pub­lish a pro­fes­sional–sound­ing pod­cast ei­ther by your­self or with oth­ers. You can even in­clude voice mes­sages from your lis­ten­ers and mu­sic from Ap­ple Mu­sic or Spo­tify, and there’s no limit to how many pod­casts you can cre­ate.

Cre­at­ing a pod­cast is sim­ple. Put in some ba­sic in­for­ma­tion such as ti­tles and episode names and then sim­ply record the bits you want. You can record solo or start a group record­ing with other An­chor users (group record­ing’s in–app), and when you’re done record­ing and edit­ing, pub­lish­ing to the ma­jor pod­cast­ing plat­forms is made com­pletely ef­fort­less. An­chor is par­tic­u­larly good for au­dio be­gin­ners and the whole process is as sim­ple as it gets, but we did en­counter some is­sues. It was very prone to crash­ing on iPad when­ever we brought in ex­ter­nal au­dio from the likes of Spo­tify, and many artists there were un­avail­able, pre­sum­ably be­cause of li­cens­ing rea­sons.

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