Apple has secured content for Apple Podcast Subscriptions from Wondery, in a deal with the Amazon-owned podcast studio that will have some of its Wondery+ subscription content available through Apple's platform.Launched at its "Spring Loaded" event, Apple Subscription Podcasts allows podcast creators to set up monthly and annual subscriptions for shows. Following the launch, Apple has now managed to gain a number of high-profile shows that will be available via the subscription option.In the...
Amazon's podcast subscription service Wondery+ will be available through the Apple Podcasts Subscriptions platform, which launches in over 170 countries later this month, according to a report today from The Hollywood Reporter.
The new Apple Podcasts Subscriptions platform is expected to launch this month, and Apple continues to reach deals with high-profile studios. As reported by The Hollywood Reporter, the Wondery podcast studio, owned by Amazon, will offer its Wondery+ subscription service through Apple Podcasts. The Wondery+ subscription costs $4.99 per month or $34.99 per year, and [
Ahead of pre-orders for the new iMac beginning on Friday, Apple’s Colleen Novielli and Navpreet Kaloty joined the “Upgrade” podcast on Relay FM to talk in-depth about the new product. In the interview, Novielli and Kaloty touched on the new design, including some of the more controversial design elements, as well as the M1 chip inside.
As was rumored last week, Spotify today announced a new paid subscription platform for podcasts. The service will begin rolling out in the United States today and then expand internationally in the coming months (via Variety).
Diving in-depth on the M1 iPad Pro, the redesigned iMac, and exactly what Apple Podcast Subscriptions means for creators.AirTag, iPad Pro and 24-inch iMacThe new iPad Pro, powered by the M1, is now one of the most powerful devices in Apple's lineup. Buyers will be able to pre-order the device on April 30 and actually upgrade its configuration to match the M1 MacBook Pro. Read more
Apple's iOS 14.5 launches with mask unlock, initial AirTag reviews are out, and M1 iPad Pro and iMac are now available to purchase, all on this week's episode of the AppleInsider podcast.iPad Pro, AirTag, and Face ID unlockApple released its Q2 earnings statement with impressive numbers including revenue up 53.6%, and net profit up 110.1%. The Mac had one of its best quarters thanks to the M1 lineup, and Apple confirmed paid subscriptions hit 660 million subscribers. Read more
Following Apple’s announcement of a new podcast subscription offering yesterday, the Apple Podcasts directory appears to be having some issues. Some podcasts are missing entirely from Apple Podcasts search right now (9to5Mac Happy Hour included). In other cases, the shows are still being listed in the directory but their feed URL is missing in the [
Audio giant Spotify announced its first foray into paid subscription podcasts on Tuesday, a similar move to Apple's announcement last week. Through Anchor, the podcast creation platform Spotify acquired in 2019, podcast creators will be able to charge a subscription fee on a per episode basis. That means that podcasters can offer tiered access to
Now that Apple has provided an easy way for podcasts to make money, will it spur a change in the industry?.
Amongst all the big product announcements Apple made at its April event, the company also ushered in a new era for its podcast offering. Specifically, it introduced subscriptions and a redesigned Podcasts app. Today, we’re talking about the latter. Why? Because the Apple Podcast app redesign is a violation of our human rights; a plague upon this fair and pleasant land. Okay, that’s a bit much. But the redesign is annoying. Anything that gets tweaked should be better to use, right? Well, that...
Spotify has announced a new podcast subscription service that allows creators to charge for extra content.