You can handle your complete podcast workflow now, all from your iPad. Record, create, edit, host, and transmit your podcast anywhere with one tap, all in one location.
Today, we are extremely excited to unveil the world’s first end-to-end iPad podcasting solution, comprehensive with a complete set of intuitive tools that are ideal for both seasoned and you can create podcast on iPad. Not only does this new update allow you to capture on the go, however, but you can also even modify your audio, upload all your files, and transmit your podcast to all popular channels with a quick swipe (it’s the simplest way to get your content on Apple Podcasts). Like the iOS and Android smartphone apps from Anchor, Anchor for iPad is free and available on the App Store right now.
Join The iPad Anchor
We have redesigned our software from the scratch with a public announcement to take full advantage of the wider, multi-touch curved screen of the iPad and concentrate on adding resources that make it possible to produce any form of the podcast without the need for other external equipment.
You may also split audio into several parts, and in one episode or spread over several episodes, use those parts together. This enables transitions, voice messages from your audience, your jingle, or any other form of audio very easy to incorporate right into your established recording. By breaking it first, you can also delete an unnecessary portion of your recording. And you can painlessly rearrange and organize your segments due to our handy visual episode builder, no longer missing which piece of the message signal was which.
Fully Multitasking compliant
Talking of split view, for all iPad sizes and orientations, Anchor supports it. Using the Notes app, our favorite instances of each are to write out a script or bullets for your episode, which you can carry open and recommend to when documenting, or drop investments from the downloads folder right into Anchor. Depending on your preferred workflow, there is a lot of innovative stuff that you can do here.
BYOM (If you want, bring your lightning microphone)
Have you received a favorite lightning mic that you love to use to record your podcast? Plug it directly into the lightning port on your iPad and start recording sound (you can attach it to one of Apple’s Lightning to USB adapters if your microphone doesn’t support Lightning). Don’t you have an external microphone? No trouble.
Increasing and further people are mving from their laptops to their iPads for artistic jobs, and we are glad to finally be equipped to add a path to the iPad podcast. When you rearrange sections in your segment creator, pinch to zoom in on a square wave, or drag an audio file from one of your other favorite apps, we think you’ll love the tactile feeling. It’s always an appointed time to explore podcasting. Experts simply can not wait for all of you to evaluate something out.