SoundCloud’s ‘Pulse’ App For Creators Is Now Available For iPhone

Ali Salman
Posted 8 months ago

Back in November of last year, SoundCloud launched its Pulse app on Android that allowed users to manage and control their content. Now, after quite a while, SoundCloud has decided to bring its app on the iOS platform. The Pulse is a dedicated app for creators that allows easy uploaded content management as well as separate user profile from the main SoundCloud app on mobile devices. This suggests that the music listening app would be isolated for all content management controls.



Control And Manage Content On SoundCloud With Pulse

Pulse is just the app you need for your creations, whether it be a podcast, a track or any other audio. Work around the app and manage your content with ease. Previously, iOS users were not bestowed with a separate, dedicated app to manage their content. Now that SoundCloud has launched its subsequent app for iPhone, administrating your content on SoundCloud has never been more easier.


Apart from all the managing tools integrated within the app, Pulse also allows you to do a bit more. You have the ability to interact with your fans by replying to their comments made on your tracks. Moreover, you can also view your profile stats and share your content publicly or privately. The stats available are up-to-date according to the performance of your content.


Other management controls offer admin features and the option available to block or follow specific users. On the other hand, if you dislike a comment posted by a fellow listener, you can always delete it. Signing up for the app is the easiest part of all. All you have to do is download the Pulse app on your iPhone and sign in with your SoundCloud account. Once you do that, all of your profile details would be available to you.

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As perfect as the app sounds for creators, there is a slight hindrance in between. You do not have the availability to upload your content through the Pulse app. However, the feature is not so far away and will be part of the app soon. Since this is a first release, more features would be added to Pulse in the coming days. So lets just not wait for the grass to grow, head to the App Store and download your share.

This is it for now, folks. What are your thoughts on the app for iOS? Do you upload content on SoundCloud? Share your experience with us in the comments.

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