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Making audio messages (podcasts) available in my app
Making audio messages (podcasts) available in my app
Eliakim Stutz avatar
Written by Eliakim Stutz
Updated over a week ago

InPeace has exclusive integration with a fantastic free podcast creation, editing and distribution tool,

In this article, we'll go into a little more detail about this tool, and how you can use it to improve your app's content, increase engagement, and ensure more people have access to your church's messages.

Let's start with the benefits of

  1. A recording studio in your pocket: have the convenience of recording your audio wherever you want.

  2. Professional audio editing: View, edit and organize your audio segments using Anchor's intuitive episode builder. You can add background music, transitions and sound effects from our built-in audio library. Record from a distance with up to 4 guests or presenters from anywhere in the world with a convenient voice recording feature.

  3. 100% free hosting: host as many episodes as you like – no monthly fee, no trial period, no catch. Anchor is a free podcast hosting app.

  4. Take your ideas to the world: Distribute your podcast on the most popular platforms, including your InPeace app, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and more – all with a single click.

  5. Grow your audience: Monitor cross-platform metrics using Anchor's detailed dashboard. Analyze each episode's performance and listener data to see who your audience is and what interests them most.

And now, see how to make podcasts available in your InPeace app

1. Create an account on (

2. Add at least one podcast to the account.

3. Go to the distribution page ( and copy the link from your RSS feed.

4. Now it's up to us, contact InPeace through the chat on the control panel (admin) and request the availability of your Podcast, informing the link to your RSS feed.

5. Ready! Soon your podcast will be available in your app

Do you still have doubts?

Get in touch with our support team.

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