We’ve all heard the old saying, “if you can’t make it, join it.”
But what if you could join a podcast in real time, without having to log in?
That’s the premise of Intercom, a podcast-like service for iPhone and Android.
It’s also one of the first podcast apps to let you make a podcast without having an internet connection.
The service lets you listen to an audio file or record a podcast as long as you have an internet subscription.
You can also upload an audio recording directly to your phone, or stream the file to your computer or tablet.
Once you have the file on your phone or tablet, you can listen to the audio file without having any internet connection (no need to log into your account, as it’s automatically synced between devices).
The app has been around since August 2014, and we’ve been able to listen to it on all the major devices.
The app also lets you customize the sound you want to make using audio files you’ve saved.
You’ll also be able to use your iPhone’s camera and microphone to record podcasts, and send them to a friend.
Intercom has a few other features, such as a “podcasting widget” that lets you record and share audio.
Interplay is a subscription-based service.
This means you’ll pay a monthly fee, which varies depending on what type of content you want.
You will be able access podcasts on your device through the app’s “My Shows” section, and the podcasting widget allows you to record and listen to audio files.
Interpreter has similar audio-sharing features, but doesn’t allow you to make audio recordings.
Interconnect, Interplay and Interplay Plus are all subscription-supported services.
You might want to try Intercom if you’re looking for an alternative to paying for a service.
Interpresense, Interpresence and Interpresent Plus are subscription-free podcast apps.
These are also subscription-less.
Interpredictive, a subscription service, offers podcasts in the format of audio files, podcasts with audio files in them, podcasts that have audio files as well as podcasts that don’t.
It also has podcasting widgets that let you record podcasts and send audio files to your friends.
If you’re a podcast listener, you should consider getting these apps if you can find them for free.
What to know about Interplay: How to make an Interplay for free with this podcast app article Podcasting is a great way to listen and share podcasts.
You don’t have to log-in to Interplay to use the app.
You only need to download an audio-recording app to record your audio files and send it to your iPhone or Android device.
The Interpresences Podcasting app lets you create podcasts from audio files on your smartphone.
You upload the audio files directly to the app, and it automatically synchronizes the audio with your internet connection if you haven’t already.
If a friend wants to listen, they can record a recording of a podcast that you made, and they can share the recording on social media.
If your friends are connected to the internet, they’ll also get access to the recording.
You get a free podcast recording for listening to your audio file.
You have to have a subscription to the podcast app to make the recording available to your podcast listeners.
If the recording is too large to download, you’ll be asked to create a larger version, or the app will not be able upload the recording for you.
You also need to make sure your internet service provider doesn’t block your internet.
If they do, you may not be allowed to listen or upload your audio recording to your device.
Interpersive, Interpinter and Interponder are subscription based podcast services.
This includes podcasts in all the formats you can create from audio file, and you can also listen to podcasts using audio recordings stored on your computer, tablet, or smartphone.
InterPresence, InterPresense and InterPresences Plus are subscriptions-free service.
You could consider these services if you want a way to record or share audio files without having a lot of internet connection, or you just want to record a quick video of yourself while you work.
If Interpresensing is for you, Interpreters Podcasting will let you do that too.
InterPinter and the Interpresentials Podcasting service will let listeners create podcasts using all audio formats.
This service also allows you create and share a podcast recording directly on your iPhone, iPad, or Android phone, without any internet.
You’re also able to share audio recordings on Facebook and Twitter.
If it’s an audio podcast you’d like to make, you will need to sign up for a free account and upload the video recording to the InterPresential podcasting app.
InterPRESENCE and InterPRESENCES Plus are premium subscription-service podcast apps that offer audio files for podcasting.
You are charged an additional fee to download and use the podcast audio