Discuz, the podcast app that’s been downloaded more than 100 million times, has added an audio mode that allows users to listen to podcasts on their phone or computer.
The feature was announced during a conference call on Thursday with investors and media executives.
Discuz is based on a proprietary audio system that allows podcasts to be streamed wirelessly, but the company announced on Thursday that it will make the app available on both Android and iOS.
The feature was first introduced to the company’s developers last year.
At the time, the company said the feature was intended to stream podcasts from “top podcasts,” and it would be a “game changer” for podcast listeners.
But it also raised questions about the impact of the feature on the company.
Discz has been an incubator for the podcast industry since 2013, when its developers released a podcast app called Dribbble.
The company said it would use the podcast platform to help podcasts grow and expand its audience.
Since its inception, Discuz has become a major force in the podcast ecosystem.
The app has a massive user base, with millions of users, and it’s used by more than 50 million people in the U.S. The developers are working to expand the app’s reach.
In an interview with Recode, CEO and cofounder Dan O’Brien said the company would continue to work on the feature, but that it would only be available for Android and that iOS users would have to sign in to the app to hear the audio.
It was unclear how many users would be able to listen in the future.
The podcast app also added an update to the iOS app, which will include an audio option.
The update also brings more control to users, with the ability to turn the app off or turn it on at any time.