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AudioShare 2.0 - Shit Just Got Real

AudioShare, from BitWiz developer Jonatan Liljedahl has been a great way to manage your audio files from multiple apps, but this 2.0 update makes it even more useful! The free update makes this $3 app an excellent way to bridge audio between apps that support the different AudioCopy standards.

What's new:

  • Support for iOS 6 and iPhone 5.
  • Organize your soundfiles in folders. Create, rename and move folders and files.
  • Support for Sonoma Wireworks AudioCopy/AudioPaste as well as General pasteboard.
  • Convert files to standard 16 bit 44.1KHz WAV.
  • Sort files by name or date.
  • Various tweaks, improvements and fixes.
  • Run in background.

Buy AudioShare on iTunes: $2.99

I'm so excited about this. Previously Hokusai was the best option for managing files and copying them between the two standards, but that gets up to $10 with all the IAPs and is really geared more towards audio editing.

AudioShare is a much more straightforward solution and it is also Universal!

Reader Comments 8

Hey Tim,
I hear about Hokusai (and AudioShare) now, but never about TwistedWave. I have all three and end up using TwistedWave exclusively. Price point is between Hokusia and AudioShare, and have all the features of both....

September 25, 2012  | person_outline G. Littlewood

Twistedwave has been my main wave editor too, but recently noticed it has some memory issues. Even if you delete or transfer a file, it still seems to hold the file somewhere because the memory of the app just continues to grow. Have a look at your memory settings!
I had to delete and reinstall mine to free up some memory. If Twistedwave read this, could you please respond to your forum and more importantly fix the problem!

September 26, 2012  | person_outline Jimmy

Folders and sorting, now we're talking! I'll still probably use nanostudio for this (since it's my main app and I don't want everything on my devices twice) but this sounds like a really nice update. I think the killer feature for me would be if this managed your Dropbox /samples folder (syncing locally whenever you open it) so that all of your samples are available from all of your devices. Some minimal non-time-based audio processing would be handy too (like normalize, reverse...).

September 26, 2012  | person_outline Will

The headline of this article is a perfect example of style that is considered amateur by many "traditional" journalists. It's also a perffext example of why I not only love the useful information presented, but also the presentation.. Thank you for keeping sht real on this site, Tim!

September 26, 2012  | person_outline Aaron Apter

This update really makes AudioShare useful. I have been using Hokusai for saving copied audio but AudioShare is much more convenient. I don't think the developer needs to do much more for this single purpose app but for me it would be convenient if there was background audio and the Play button had a loop option. Those two features would allow users to play along with the sound for testing the tuning or just for fun!

September 26, 2012  | person_outline Johnser

TwistedWave is underrepresented here just because I don't have it. Once I got used to working in Hokusai I just didn't have a personal need for it. If a new version comes out I'll investigate it though, because I have heard good things about it.

nice update, much smoother operation. for editing, twisted wave is still my goto, hokusai has been problematic, for me, with respect to both the user interface and the filters etc.
the background audio on this update seems to only work in one direction. ie.,sunrizer can be running an arp in the background while you play a pad in audio share. if you try to run the audio share pad and play over it in another app the audio kicks out when you quit audio share.
now if we could just record both aps running simultaneously...giddyup audiobus!

September 26, 2012  | person_outline a1

Great site. I add this Post to my bookmarks

November 19, 2012  | person_outline Домены

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