Compared to other platforms, Google’s Android operating system has been somewhat lacking in good podcast-production apps. Audio software developer Auphonic is working to change that with the release of Auphonic Edit 1.0 for Android.
Auphonic Edit is a non-destructive audio editor and recorder with a focus on ease of use and high-quality audio. Combined with Auphonic’s integrated web service, users can access all of the post-processing and publishing tools Auphonic is known for.
Here are some features offered in Auphonic Edit 1.0:
- Render audio sessions into uncompressed WAV or compressed AAC files and share with any other Android app on the device.
- Upload audio files, including metadata and chapter marks, in the background directly from the application to Auphonic’s web service.
- Encode audio files in MP3, Opus, AAC/MP4, Ogg Vorbis, ALAC, FLAC, WAV, and more.
- Loudness normalization to new broadcast standards: EBU R128, ATSC A/85, mobile audio, and more.
- Intelligent leveler: Balances levels between speakers, music, and speech – no compressor knowledge required.
- Automatic noise and hum reduction.
- Publish your finished files automatically via YouTube, SoundCloud, Podlove Publisher, Spreaker, Libsyn, Blubrry, Archive.org, Dropbox, (S)FTP, HTTP, Google Drive, WebDAV, Amazon S3, and more.
Auphonic Edit 1.0 is available as a free download from the Google Play Store.