SoundCloud Launches ‘Pulse’ App for Creators on Android

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SoundCloud has announced the release of SoundCloud Pulse on Android devices. The app was designed for SoundCloud’s content creators, and allows them to manage their accounts on the go.

The SoundCloud Pulse app allows content creators to view up-to-date statistics for their tracks (like the number of plays their content has received in the last 24 hours, as an example), as well as reply to comments on their tracks. A notifications tab also shows users their recent followers, as well as ‘reposts’ and ‘likes’ on their content.

Elsewhere, the app allows users to share the audio they’ve uploaded privately and publicly. Finally, users can follow others from within the app.

SoundCloud Pulse

The SoundCloud Pulse app will be updated with new and improved features going forward, including more in-depth stats, the ability to edit track information or upload tracks from within the app and the addition of ‘expanded messaging features.’

The SoundCloud blog reads:

We’re excited to put SoundCloud Pulse in your hands to help you share your best tracks, connect with fans and, ultimately, build a career. We’re proud to be bringing the creator experience to mobile. And we can’t wait to hear what’s next from you.

SoundCloud Pulse is available to download for free on Google Play, and will launch on iOS in the future. The main SoundCloud app is available for free on iOS and Android, and allows users to find and listen to music, podcasts and more.

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Tapping into the pulse of social media in Asia

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christel quekAs I travel around the world, one of the things I find remarkable is how radically different the use of social media can be in different countries. Perhaps there is no more complex landscape to consider than the use of social media in Asia.

Luckily I have a friend who can help us sort it out.

One of the most interesting and inspiring young marketing professionals I have met through Twitter is Christel Quek. Over the years it has been fun to follow her progress and I recently had the chance to meet her for the first time, shortly after she started a new business development job in Asia for Twitter.

There are few people in the world more tapped into the Asian social media scene than Christel so this was a good opportunity to learn from her — what’s hot, what’s happening, and what is it like to work for Twitter?

I hope you’ll take a few minutes to watch this short interview as we explore …

The content challenge in Asia

Twitter’s secret tools

The hottest Asian social media trends – micro social networks

Social intelligence centers

Be sure to follow Christel and her adventures on Twitter.

If you can’t see the video above in your browser, click here to see my interview with Christel Quek of Twitter.

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