LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwired) -- 04/30/13 -- Audioboo has announced that the latest stage in its development is complete, with the launch of a new app for iPhone. The app has been developed following extensive user feedback and community research, and is already proving popular with regular Audiobooers.
The new app mirrors the improved web platform developments earlier this year, offering users an improved UI and search mechanism, as well as better browsing and easier access to popular and featured boos. The new iPhone app also features categories, in-app favouriting and the hugely popular new Boo Boards feature. Users can view and create customised boards in the app, and then download them and listen to audio offline.
Audioboo's CEO, Rob Proctor, commented: "We've worked hard to make sure that this new iPhone app offers the best possible experience for mobile users. I'm really proud of the progress we've made so far this year, and am determined to continue to innovate and develop our platform and products over the coming months."
"At Audioboo, we value and appreciate the members of our community who have given us their feedback so far, and hope that new users will find the app intuitive and easy to use. From audio news uploaded directly from professional journalists and global media to specialist podcasting channels, users can discover, listen to and share content straight from their iphone, no matter where they are."
To listen, record and share on Audioboo, please visit www.audioboo.com. To join the conversation on Twitter, follow @audioboo and on Facebook, visit www.facebook.com/audioboo.
Audioboo is a mobile and web platform that has been described as 'Twitter for Audio' and 'iPlayer for Audio'. The service effortlessly allows you to record and upload audio for friends, broadcast, customers, colleagues or the rest of the world to hear.
Launched in June 2010, Audioboo allows users to easily record almost unlimited amounts of audio. They can add a photo, a title and tags and then upload it to Audioboo.com, complete with graphic, biographical and geographical information on where and when it was recorded. It can be used anytime, anywhere and can be integrated with Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and Pinterest.
Audioboo was named as #1 smartphone app by the UK's PC Professional magazine in 2010 and featured in the SMARTA 100 new business awards for 2010, whilst its latest Windows application was voted app of the week by Microsoft in December 2012. Audioboo users include: BBC, The Guardian, CNBC, The Wall Street Journal, Global Radio, Absolute Radio, Sky News Radio, Al Jazeera, The FT, British Library, Royal Opera House, the British Army, and a host of famous voices including Stephen Fry, Brian Blessed and Imogen Heap.
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