Cinch ‘Already Garnering Some Buzz in the Tech Blogosphere': The Wall Street Journal

cinch-phone1It’s been a mere three days since we launched Cinch—our latest social-media tool, which makes creating short, snappy podcasts, well, a cinch—but already the national media is taking note.

To say nothing of a comic legend.

The Wall Street Journal‘s App Watch column reports:

“For social networking aficionados who want to inject a little more personality into their status updates, a new app called Cinch from the folks at BlogTalkRadio allows users to post audio messages along with standard text and photos.

“The free iPhone app, which went live on Friday on iTunes and Cinchcast, is already garnering some buzz in the tech blogosphere. TechCrunch called it a “super simple” app that might help audio recording take off the way that photos and video have on social networks.”

The paper also notes that among Cinch’s celebrity users is Bill Cosby.

Soon after we launched Cinchcast.com last week, the funnyman because posting Cinches about his State of Emergency town hall meeting, which will be simulcast tonight on BlogTalkTalkRadio.

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To read WSJ‘s full report, click here.

To read about the launch of Cinchcast, click here.

To learn more about the Bill’s State of Emergency town hall meeting, click here.

To hear the town hall meeting live on BlogTalkRadio today from 7-8:30pm ET, click here.

To check out Bill’s Cinchcast posts, click here.


3 thoughts on “Cinch ‘Already Garnering Some Buzz in the Tech Blogosphere': The Wall Street Journal

  1. MICHAEL FONG

    This is the first time I read this blog and glad to know th elatest social media tool Cinch. Since the Cinch allows users to post audio messages along with standard text and photos. I think it will become more popular than Blogs, Twitter, and Facebook.

    Best regards,

    Michael Fong

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  2. Lyanna Frano

    Well, I was just thinking that Cinch is really going to popular although not all counties/regions would prefer to use audio posts feature. As I am from Pakistan, I know most people would not be able to use this feature, the reason is low connection speed and another reason is that they don’t want to get into the hassle of using microphone/headphones/cellphones etc.

    Regards,
    Lyanna Franco

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