- You can upload content to SoundCloud directly from your iPhone by using the desktop version of the site in your preferred browser.
- You currently can’t upload content to SoundCloud using the iPhone app.
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SoundCloud is one of the most popular audio-uploading and streaming platforms available today.
So if you’re a current or aspiring rapper, producer, or podcaster, you’ve probably heard of the popular platform.
What you may not realize, however, is that you can upload your rhymes, beats, and audio stories to SoundCloud directly from your iPhone.
The process isn’t as easy as a few taps here and there in an app, but the steps are easy to get the hang of.
Here’s how to upload content to SoundCloud using your iPhone:
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How to upload content to SoundCloud using your iPhone
1. Open Safari, or your preferred browser, on your iPhone.
2. Tap the “AA” symbol in the left-hand corner of the search bar, and tap “Request Desktop Website.”
3. Go to the SoundCloud website and tap “Upload your first track.” Sign in to your account when prompted.
4. Tap “or choose files to upload.”
5. Tap “Browse.”
6. Find and select your file, and fill out as much or as little information about the recording as you’d like.
7. Click “Save” to upload the file.
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