When we first talked about BuzzVoice in July, I was hugely jealous because I use an Android device. Then BuzzVoice came out for Android and I was pretty stoked. Now, BuzzVoice has flipped the switch again, going to a freemium model with some great new features for both iOS and Android.
So what’s new? The list looks like this, according to the BuzzVoice blog:
- Background audio streaming (for iPhone)
- Earphone button control (for iPhone)
- Add your own RSS feeds
The freemium thing works like this – BuzzVoice works, in full, for free. However, it’s now ad-supported. If you want to get rid of the ads, you’ll need to upgrade to BuzzVoice PRO. BuzzVoice works worldwide, so you should be able to grab it for your Android or iOS device no matter where you are.
Now, as far as that PRO account goes, it will run you $3.99 per month to ditch the ads. However, given that BuzzVoice seems to really like us here at The Next Web, they’ve been kind enough to offer us 5 free PRO subscriptions, good for one year of PRO service. Want one? You’ll need to retweet this article from the Tweet button up top. 24 hours from now, we’ll contact you via Twitter to let you know if you’ve won.
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