Putting the spotlight on audioBoo: a useful tool to record and listen to audio

AudioBoo logo

audioBoo is a free app that allows you to easily record, tag and instantly share audio. You can record from your desktop, by using the app on a smartphone or by uploading as an audio file. There’s a 3 minute limit for the free plan, but you can upgrade for more. You can share your boos with Twitter and Facebook or embed in blog posts or your website.

AudioBoo recorder

audioBoo Channels

Audioboo also has a selection of channels you can listen to that are well worth exploring. These include audiobooks and blogs, as well as categories such as the BBC, Business, Charity, Community, Culture, Entertainment, News, Radio and Sport. Some examples include Brian Blessed, Bletchley Park and the Guardian. Follow @AudioBoo on Twitter to get updates on recommended boos.

AudioBoo channels

A video introduction to audioBoo

Intro to Audioboo from Mark Rock on Vimeo.


About Sue Beckingham

A National Teaching Fellow, Educational Developer and Principal Lecturer in Computing with a research interest in the use of social media in higher education.
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1 Response to Putting the spotlight on audioBoo: a useful tool to record and listen to audio

  1. Way cool! Some very valid points! I appreciate you writing this article plus the
    rest of the site is really good.

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