Podcastle brings advanced podcast, audio tech to masses

Podcastle brings advanced podcast, audio tech to masses

PanARMENIAN.Net - Podcastle, an Armenia-based AI-powered audio content creation platform, has announced the launch of its new production tools, which enables creators to convert text into podcasts in seconds; create new audio content from video, voice and text; and edit audio with high production quality.

With more than 100,000 active users and growing quickly, the company's platform aims to help bloggers, podcasters, journalists, newsletter creators, educators, marketers, or anyone else who wants to easily create, edit and publish production-ready sound.

To help meet the growing demand for audio content, Podcastle offers a full suite of tools and features, with the goal of being a one-stop-shop to help people create and edit audio content faster and more easily, including:

– An Audio Editor that's fast and easy to use;

Text-to-podcast feature that automatically converts text into podcasts using natural-sounding, AI-powered voices;

Video-to-audio feature that enables easy upload and conversion of video files into audio transcripts, which helps SEO and marketing;

– Many more AI-powered features, including: noise cancellation, audio correction, audio editing via text edits.

"Everyone has something important to say. Our goal is to remove barriers so that people can focus on creating interesting content and not have to worry about complex or expensive software to do it," said Artavazd Yeritsyan, founder and CEO of Podcastle. "Although many tools have come onto the market for photo and video editing, audio technologies have been less accessible. We believe that audio will continue to be one of the fastest-growing and influential categories in storytelling."

A "productivity hack" loved by TikTokers, Podcastle is available for free and as a subscription. The basic Storyteller package costs $11.99 per month. Podcastle Pro costs $23.99 per month.

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