Apple released iOS 11 on September 19 for iPhones and iPads. It brings many new features to support podcasting and improve podcast consumption! Here’s what I think you should love.
Connect your professional XLR podcasting mic to a computer or iOS device with Shure’s new MVi from their Motiv product line!
Sennheiser’s new ClipMic Digital and MKE 2 Digital lavalier microphones are powered with an Apogee preamp and connect directly to iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad through the Lightning port.
Produce your audio podcast from home or remotely from your iPad or computer with Griffin Technology’s StudioConnect HD, an audio interface that allows you to record 4-channel audio.
See this amazing app that helps you record, produce, and publish podcasts without a PC!
External audio recorders provide many benefits and greater reliability over recording into PCs. Although recording directly into a computer can often be fine for podcasting, here are five reasons you may want to podcast with an external recorder.
Apple has just updated the Podcasts app for iOS to version 1.0.1 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. This update appears to fix several of largest bugs reported by the user community.