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Podlive by Frank Gregor and Stefan Trauth is a podcast app with which you can discover, listen to and otherwise follow live podcasts on the Apple iPhone and iPad (from iOS 11.3) as well as on the Apple Mac. Because in addition to the pure listening experience, you will also receive information on the listener numbers and access to the chat with the senders. Notifications about the start of a program are also possible. What you can expect in detail from the free app with paid premium features, I have summarized for you in the following.
Podlive is an app for podcast listeners who like to listen to live broadcasts, who also want to see how many other people are listening and perhaps want to take part in the chat with the creators of the podcast. All in all, with the download and installation of the Podlive app on your iPhone, iPad and / or Mac you get these functions:
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In addition to the free version of Podlive, which provides the features and functions listed above, there is also a Podlive Premium subscription for 11,99 euros per year. With this subscription you get these additional options and uses:
By the way: Before you get involved with the premium features of the app for a fee, you can test them for free. In the test you will then find out whether you need the options at all, whether you really use them as often as you thought, and whether the subscription is worth around 12 euros for you. In my opinion, it's a small contribution, but it helps a lot with the development of the app - so you should invest it in advance.
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There is also a client for the AppleTV. You can find and install this directly on the AppleTV via the app store.
Information on how your live stream, the associated chat and other functions get into the Podlive app can be found on the Software website. Among other things, it says:
In order for your podcast to appear on Podlive, you need to broadcast your live stream via Studio Link OnAir. The easiest way to do this is with Ultrasound, the open source community project by podcasters for podcasters.
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