Well this is sad. I think I’ve seen this happen to me a few times and I also already have Office 365 so I don’t know why it still shows up for me.
Heyyyy! Heyyyy! <3 My 2nd full-length album of 25 cover songs is now out! It’s now available on iTunes over here –> https://smarturl.it/EsterSunday
Have a listen and please leave a review, if you can spare a few minutes. It would mean a lot to me. Thank you!
If you listen to music on Spotify, there’s a small thing you can do that will be a big help to me: FOLLOW me there! -> http://spoti.fi/2jM0Gc0
Once I get to 250 followers, Spotify will “verify” my account, which opens up some cool possibilities for my music, and I’ll also be able to keep you updated whenever I release new songs or playlists.
If you have a second, please click “follow” on the link below.
It really will be a huge help and I’ll send an immediate virtual hug in return. Thanks!
Also, please let me know as soon as you did it, so I could thank you appropriately.. <3
Can’t wait to use this feature and see how this affects the future of radio, audio blogging apps like ZCast, Anchor and Bubbly and if indeed the future of tech is in voice all along.
It’s under beta testing and expected to roll out publicly early 2017.
By: Shirley Ip, Product Specialist, and Bhavana Radhakrishnan, Software Engineer As we continue to improve the Facebook Live experience, we’ve been listening to feedback to inform the new tools and features we build. One thing we’ve heard is that partners want new formats for going live. We announced Live 360 last week, and today we’re […]
This article may be almost a year ago but it’s relevant now in light of news about Facebook releasing Facebook Live Audio early this year. It’s interesting to see how this affects Anchor. Will it stay relevant or will it be gobbled up by the media giant Facebook?
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Anchor is a new app which allows you to record – and, crucially, reply to – audio from your mobile phone.
Described as ‘audio blogging’ or collaborative podcasting, the tool aims to ride a fresh wave of interest in audio. And it has a lot of potential. We’ve been here before with Audioboo, but Anchor has some key differences.
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On CES 2017: Wearables are so 2015. The future of tech is voice recognition. (AUDIO blog)
For today, I’ll be sharing a discussion I’ve had with friends on the Anchor app about the future of tech, audio, Alexa, Amazon Echo, Google Home etc., and the part that Anchor plays (or would want to play on all of this.
Credit goes out to all the “Wavers” who participated/about to participate. I’ll keep this list updated as the wave gets updated.
Contributors: @PokerMan | @DewuanAndOnly | Bernie Goldbach @topgold
It sure looks like we’re definitely seeing the rise of the robots. It’s actually a little bit unsettling considering many of the great minds of our time have shared or similar sentiments on how this AI (artificial intelligence) takeover may ultimately spell doom for all of us if we’re not too careful about wielding our lightsabers like clueless, enthusiastic toddlers. But let’s not be too negative about it. After all, the future is not set in stone. Or is it?