Cloudswave Score for Spreaker PRO
Rating based on 4 Critic Reviews
Stephanie Miles, on Appvita
What we liked:
• Spreaker helps democratize the radio airwaves by giving everyone a voice
• People can easily promote their shows and share episodes on Facebook
• Users can upload their own .mp3 and .wav files to use on their shows
• Spreaker players can be embedded on websites or blogs
What we didn’t like:
• Users have to upgrade accounts to record full-length shows
Elijah Young, on Social Media Examiner
For the general marketer, Spreaker is the Easy-Bake Oven to BlogTalkRadio’s Cameron Mitchell Restaurant, minus the burned fingers. This is a tool that can entertain you and your friends for a while, but I fear that it will end up tucked away in marketers’ “online Closet of abondoned platforms” when the novelty wears off, and it will.
It is safe to say that almost anyone can enjoy Spreaker. Mainly because of the free account registration and diverse selection of topic covered. This allows Spreaker to reach out to many rather than a very selective group. Users can search for a topic that they find interesting and start listening. The other type of user that would love Spreaker is the aspiring radio personality. It’s not easy to get your own radio show. Most people do not have the time or money to begin such an undertaking. Spreaker makes it simple for anyone to manage and air their own internet radio show, even on a non-existent budget.
Leslie Walker, on About.com
Spreaker offers a variety of free and pro user plans. You pay nothing for the free, ad-supported accounts, while the three pro versions cost different rates based on the features and volume of recordings you want. All offer the same sound quality and unlimited bandwidth for the host and their listeners.
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