Mixcloud launches iPhone app

By | Published on Thursday 2 June 2011


Mixcloud, the funky website that lets DJs upload mixes or radio shows to the net, safe in the knowledge they are covered by the web service’s PPL and PRS licences, has launch an iPhone app, meaning you can now access content from the Mixcloud platform on your Apple smartphone.

The digital firm said in a statement: “[The new app] not only means that you have access to some of the hottest DJ mixes, radio shows and podcasts on the go, but with 100s of thousands of Cloudcasts available, you can travel from Hackney to Harlem on our instantly accessible content”.

Among the people making content available via Mixcloud are Moby, DJ Premier, John Digweed and Carl Cox, while indie label Tru Thoughts and the Red Bull Music Academy progamme are also ‘cloud-casters’ on the platform.

The app will be available for free for a time.