[prMac.com] Hong Kong – Wimlog today releases Bluetooth Loudspeaker 1.0 for iPhone. This app is to use iPhone as microphone, wireless transmit your voice to portable bluetooth speaker for speech or sing karaoke. No more messy external microphone or audio cable.
Portable bluetooth speaker is now getting more and more popular around the world. After iPhone bluetooth connect to the bluetooth speaker, Bluetooth Loudspeaker can turn your iPhone into microphone on your hand, transmitting your voice to remote speaker instantly. As this app can run as a background job, user can run Apple music (or Youtube, Spotify, etc) to play music at the same time. So, user can choose any song to sing like karaoke.
Who would use this app, and how people would use this app? Some common examples are:
* Sing karaoke at home or anywhere
* Teaching in a classroom
* Street performance
* Speaker in a large conference room or small meeting room
* Live streamer
* Garage sale, outdoor sale, pop-up store sale, or other sales promotion
* Tour guide at the hot spot
* Outdoor activities or large working area
* Parties, exhibitions, celebrations and many more cases
From the same developer, Bluetooth Loudspeaker for Android is available in 2016. There are already more than 1.2 million download with 53% rating 5 stars. Comparing iPhone and Android versions, iPhone version has much less latency delay and less echo noise when transmitting human voice. So, users will love to have this app on their iPhone.
* iOS 10 or above
* iPhone 5s or above, not target on iPad
Pricing and Availability
Bluetooth Loudspeaker version 1.0 is currently available for free (with in-app purchase) on the App Store, in the utilities category.Bluetooth Loudspeaker 1.0
Download from the App Store
Based in Hong Kong, Wimlog was founded by Nelson Lee in 2009. Nelson is currently an independent software developer. Copyright (C) 2009-2019 Wimlog. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.