Mixlr app now looks great on Retina Macbooks

Recent Apple Macbooks have shipped with Retina displays, bringing ultra-sharp text and high-definition graphics to third-party apps which support the new technology. The Mixlr broadcast app already supported similar high-density displays in Windows, but today we’ve released the latest version of the Mixlr broadcast app which has full support for Retina displays on Mac. This […]

Live broadcasts, chat and hearting

Sometimes, we receive emails and tweets from broadcasters and listeners who are worried about whether hearting and chatting during Mixlr broadcasts affects the listening experience for others – for example by introducing lag or other streaming problems. We firmly believe that social interaction is at the heart of the Mixlr experience, so we thought we’d […]

Mixlr for iOS now supports Audiobus

Over the last year, we’ve made a series of significant improvements to the broadcasting features in Mixlr for iOS. Today we’re happy to announce that our latest update includes full support for Audiobus. For those who are unaware, Audiobus is a third-party iOS application which connects multiple audio apps on your iPad or iPhone, allowing […]

New feature: more control over your live broadcasts

After last week’s news about chat inside the broadcast app, we’re happy to announce another improvement for our broadcasters. We’ve updated our broadcast app for Windows and Mac OS X again, this time giving you more control over your broadcast title, category and sharing. What’s changed? We’ve tweaked the Mixlr app to work a little […]

Improving chat, hearting and the social experience on Mixlr.

We’ve had lots of feedback from our users about ways we can improve our chat system and social experience on Mixlr. We’ve been listening, and over the coming weeks we’ll be making a series of changes to the website livepage which we hope will have a positive impact, starting today. Reversing chat Since Mixlr began, […]

New feature: chat in the broadcast app

Today we’re excited to announce another big improvement for our broadcasters. We’ve brought the Mixlr chat and crowd experience to our broadcast apps for Windows and Mac OS X. Chat is here. We’ve brought Mixlr chat right inside the app. Now you can easily switch between your playlist, mixer and chat views while you broadcast. When […]

Mixlr iOS Update

This week we rolled out an update to our iOS app which includes a range of fixes and improvements.The main fix is for broadcasters. We’ve completely re-written the broadcast engine which means more efficient and reliable broadcasting from your iOS device, especially in low internet conditions. Here is a breakdown of all the key improvements […]

Mixlr life: Mixlr Photo of the week

If you follow us on instagram, you might have noticed that as of late, we’ve been posting weekly updates on life behind the trenches at Mixlr, under the hashtag ‘mixlrphotoofweek’. This is courtesy of our Android guru and hipster-in-residence, Konrad. His mastery of Instagram filters and hashtags impressed the whole team and as a result, […]

Featured Broadcaster: International Radio Festival

The International Radio Festival is a 17 day celebration of one of the most consumed types of media in the world, Radio. Celebrating its 5th edition this year, the event aims to showcase the best of the broadcasting industry in a variety of events, live broadcasts and parties, spread around the city of Zurich. One […]

Introducing Mixlr for Android (Beta)

Today we’re pleased to announce that the first beta version of Mixlr for Android is available in Google Play Store. We’ve been working hard to bring Mixlr to the world’s most popular mobile platform for the last few months. Now we’re ready to invite everybody to try Mixlr for Android. What’s in the beta? Broadcast […]