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Description

Headliner is the easiest way to automatically create & share your podcast clips to social.

The Headliner app allows you to share your Headliner videos on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, WhatsApp, SMS/iMessage & more!

You can also set up Automatic Audiogram Videos for your podcast. Headliner will automatically select a clip from your new episode and make a video for you to share.

1. Select your podcast
2. Choose video type - Short Clips (15 - 60 seconds) or Full Length Videos (Entire Episode for Youtube)
3. Select Aspect Ratio - square (1:1), landscape (4:3) and portrait (9:16)
4. Choose how you want your podcast video clip to look - select template & customize waveform & background color
5. Start getting your Automatic Audiogram Clips
6. Share your podcast to Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, etc

FEATURES:

- Preview and share Headliner Videos created at headliner.app
- Preview and share Automation videos
- Set up new Automation Videos for Podcast

ISSUES/FEEDBACK:

- If you don't see your podcast listed in the search results send us your podcast name/link to support@headliner.app
- Have feedback or suggestions? Email them to feedback@headliner.app

What’s New

Version 8.3.0

* various improvements
* bugfixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
3.3K Ratings

3.3K Ratings

Phillip Lanos ,

Almost there

I love the mobile app. I wish there was a back button when you wanted to change out the aspect ratio to see what you like better.

Also it doesn’t seem to automatically transcribe the text the way it does on the desktop web app but it’s still amazing.

Procrastinating At W0rk ,

Needs work. Little issues are a big annoyance

Look: I love headliner, but only on web. The mobile app is a nightmare.

1. No templates like on web. I need to promote my podcast from the road sometimes and this is a bit of an inconvenience but seems like it should be pretty straightforward to add.

2. YOU CAN’T NAME AN AUDIOGRAM ON MOBILE?? Seriously what? This is a massive oversight.

3. When in the process of making an audiogram, there are numbers for the “steps” in the creation process at the top. If you are on step 3, and you want to go back a step, but like me, don’t know better, you will delete all progress made, and it doesn’t give any warning whatsoever. INCREDIBLY FRUSTRATING.

4. Very difficult to select the start and stop times you want. You have to tap with pinpoint precision on the text box to change the hours:minutes:seconds, or otherwise move a slider and fast forward or rewind to the approximate region you want. The general process is very counter intuitive.

5. This is more of a complaint about the overall platform, not specific to mobile, but why can’t you go back and edit an audiogram after you make it? I don’t want to redo the whole thing if I make one small mistake. Bad UX.

Developer Response ,

I am so sorry that you are experiencing these issue! We would love to dive into your issues one by one. Could you email us at support@headliner.app? Hope to speak to you soon!

Roneill88 ,

So close! Difference between online and mobile

Hi! I really do love this concept and use it for my podcast: This Amazing Life. There’s a few specific things that I notice I can’t do on the app the are better online and make a noticeable difference.

1. Progress bar at the bottom looks cleaner and more professional but isn’t a waveform option on the app. The other ones are obtrusive which leads me to point number 2
2. Being able to actually resize and stretch or shrink the waveform instead of just box/rectangle limitations.
3. Once I make a video preview on the app, I can’t go back and edit it.

If I could do these things, I would have given it 5 stars in a heartbeat because of how much time it saves me from going on my computer, uploading audio, going to Canva, finding the image I want, emailing the image and saving it to my computer and on and on.

Developer Response ,

Hey!

Great feedback, let me address each of your points -

1. Progress bar not available on mobile app - we're currently working on implementing this feature in the mobile app as well, it should be released soon!
2. resize and stretch or shrink the waveform instead of just box/rectangle limitations - This is the same behavior as we have on Desktop, but it is something we have been discussing internally and we will be determining if/when we can allow this functionality in the product
3. we currently don't allow editing created videos on the mobile app, but you can definitely edit those videos on the Desktop version.

App Privacy

The developer, SpareMin, Inc, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Search History
  • Identifiers

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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