Integrate Free Audio for Websites with AudioPal

August 23, 2009 | By | 1 Reply More

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It has been a trend for most business sites and affiliate landing pages right now to integrate talking characters. While most of it is animated, some are actually adopting real human face characters.

Some studies show that incorporating this application on web pages actually increases sales. As most business were not yet ready to embrace this simple technology, SitePal, one of the prime providers of this website enhancement have come up with another must sought after application known as AudioPal but this time, it’s free.



AudioPal, now on its beta release is a simple and easy-to-use FREE widget that generates recorded media via embed online audio that you can integrate in your website, blog or social network page without any cost.

Creation of audio recording can come from different ways—phone call, text-to-speech, mic, and uploaded file. Once the audio has been recorded, you can easily play the audio to check the output to your liking allowing re-recording when you like.

Once you’re satisfied with the recorded audio, simply send it to your email and a link to get your audio file or code with then be emailed to you and that’s it, you only have to copy-paste the html code to your web page and you’re done. Simple isn’t it?

According to SitePal, the makers of AudioPal, the widget app is free for the time being and once it becomes a hit, definitely, an enhanced paid version of the product will be offered.

Is AudioPal really necessary or the goodol’ SitePal does the job already? What do you think? Have you ever tried SitePal at all?

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  1. giulio says:

    It’s actually a good idea, asaik there’s no other similar widget to be found for free. A lot of people doesn’t know how an easy way to publish audio in websites.
    .-= giulio@Studio-di-registrazione´s last blog ..I Cure in studio di registrazione per A Forest =-.

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