- This is the first truly Airpods-First app that I’ve come across. It’s a meditation app with no loading, “just ask Siri for selfmonk and start meditating” (thanks Jared Newman for pointing me to this one).
> Custom Voice Commands
- An iOS app that I’m still trying out. It’s a cool experiment in combining visual and voice UIs: “show me random photos” “show me the latest news videos” or commands from your own data such as “show me my best selfies” or “show me vacation photos from March 2018.”
- So I finally used Descript
, Andrew Mason’s new audio editing software, to edit a real podcast. It’s amazing. I used it to edit a podcast I recorded with him, which I’ll include next week (figuring out where to put it to share with you all). Probably my favorite feature is that if you don’t upgrade to Descript Standard (the paid version), it still lets you use it, but randomly inserts goat noises into your audio. Not into the production version, just slightly annoying enough to remind you the software is probably worth paying for. If you do try it, use my referral code and we’ll both get 100 free minutes of transcription: https://app.descript.com/r/HJo0DieqG
Have a great weekend!
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