FULL-FEATURED iOS AUDIO STREAMING: - Broadcast audio to nearby Emitting listeners over Bluetooth or Wi-Fi (no Internet access or data plan required) - SYNCHRONIZED PLAYBACK on all listeners - Group chat and private messages - Mix microphone with music - iTunes Store integration - Recording of voice broadcasts (in-app purchase required)Got something to say? Something to sing? Music to play?Use Emitting to broadcast SYNCHRONIZED AUDIO to anyone within Bluetooth or Wi-Fi range!In EMIT mode you're the broadcaster; the DJ; the performer. Up to 3 nearby listeners can tune in to your broadcast. You can mix the mic with songs from your iTunes library. Songs must be downloaded to the device and DRM-free (i.e., no Apple Music downloads).In RELAY mode you're the listener. Browse for nearby broadcasts, pick one to join and then YOU CAN RELAY THE AUDIO TO 3 MORE NEARBY LISTENERS! Playback on all listeners in RELAY mode is SYNCHRONIZED. The more devices playing over the speaker, the LOUDER it is!There is no limit on the number of times the broadcast can be relayed. We've tested successfully with two "levels" of listeners (up to 12 devices: 3 on the 1st level, 9 on the 2nd). If your broadcast reaches more, use the app to send us feedback!Broadcasters and listeners can communicate via group chat and private messages. Chat transcripts can be shared via text, email, AirDrop, etc.Broadcasters and listeners can record voice-only broadcasts (In-app purchase required: sorry, no recordings of music broadcasts due to Copyright restrictions). Audio recordings can be shared via text, email, AirDrop, etc.NOTE: Sessions in EMIT mode are limited to 10 minutes. This limitation can be removed via the "Unlimited EMIT Time" in-app purchase.So who might use this? We have some 'P'eople in mind: - Partiers: Hosting a house party but can't afford that pricey whole-house sound system? No worries: emit your favorite songs and guests can tune in, no matter what room they're in. - Professors: Broadcast your lecture to nearby students. They can ask questions via chat and record the lecture audio for later review. Can't hear you in the back? Not anymore! - Protestors: Whether marching down the street or on the Capitol steps, you can use Emitting to get your opinion out there. No bullhorn required. - Performers: Find a public stage, launch Emitting, pick a backing track from your library and sing over the top. Tug at some heartstrings. Fame awaits. - Parkers: Friends, food, phones and four wheels. Plug each relay device directly into a car stereo with an audio cable. Pick your favorite tailgate anthems, crank the volume and rock out. - Preachers: Whether from a street corner or a chapel, get your proselytization on. Save more souls. - Politicians: No need for a fancy stage. Pull up an actual soapbox and use Emitting to get that rally going anywhere, anytime. - Poets: Your spoken word can now be heard. Imagine an intimate setting with listeners on headphones. Emotions conveyed. - Presenters: Whip out your bullet points anywhere....and anyone else with a message that needs to be heard.Follow these tips for the best possible experience: - In EMIT mode: when using the microphone, a headset is highly recommended to minimize feedback (the earbuds that come with every iOS device work just great!). iPhone users: without a headset, the audio output is to the earpiece and not the external speaker. Hold the device up to your head as if you were making a call. - In RELAY mode: if an attempt to join a broadcast returns a "BUSY" message, it means that device and/or the network is too busy to make a connection. Give it a few seconds and try again. It may take several tries. - Incoming calls will interrupt the broadcast. Airplane mode will eliminate these interruptions. - Switching to background mode works just fine, but the app won't be guaranteed all the network resources it needs. Try to keep other network activity to a minimum.