Frustrated with iPhone users not being able to listen to your Audio? Seeking an easy-to-implement resolution? The time has come for our readers to toss their arms in the air and break the finish line tape with their chests, for we’ve done it again!
In today’s posting, we will show our readers how to publish AudioAcrobat audios to the web in a format which can be easily streamed on the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch via QuickTime; as routed through the mobile Safari browser, which is native to each and every iProduct that browses the web.
Be the change you wish to see in the world.
Thomas Jefferson once said, “Never trouble another for what you can do yourself.”
Not that our members trouble us by inquiring about how to publish for iDevices … rather, their inquiries have helped us to make sure that the desired information is provided in a clean, concise manner and made readily available for quick access. And so it goes…
1. Login to your AudioAcrobat account
2. Click the blue “Audio” tab
3. Click the title of the Audio you wish to publish
4. Click “Publish Audio”
5. Click “Publish for Website”
Login to your AudioAcrobat account
Click the title of the Audio you wish to publish
Click “Publish Audio”
Click “Publish for Website”
Depending on whether or not you’ve already specified the “Saved Settings” for your Audio players, you will see “Publish for Website” or both “Publish for Website” and “Use Saved Settings”. If you are familiar with your saved settings and wish to use them in this case, feel free to go ahead and select, “Use Saved Settings“. If not, simply click, “Publish for Website.”
Once a selection has been made, our readers will either be asked to select a player and click “Next Step” or they will be on a page labeled, “Generating HTML Code – Step 1“. At the bottom of the “Generating HTML Code – Step 1” page our readers will see the “Additional Features” section, which allows for the enabling of the “MP3 Download Link“, as pictured below.
Select “Yes” and click “Preview” to see the additional link in real-time. When ready, click “Generate HTML Code“.
Here, our readers will be able to highlight and copy the HTML Code for their custom player. This code can be pasted anywhere HTML code (containing iFrames) is accepted, including Websites, Landing Pages, Blog Posts, HTML Newsletters, AudioNotes & more!
The best part — anyone viewing the page containing an AudioAcrobat audio (with the MP3 Download Link enabled) on their iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch will be able to click “Download MP3” to stream the audio through QuickTime!
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Coming up next … syndicating a podcast to iTunes!