Enco Systems Introduces iDAD App for Apple Ipad and Iphone
Southfield, MI - Jan 27, 2010 - Enco Systems has released iDAD, a companion mobile application for the Enco DAD and Presenter audio automation studio systems. The initial release of iDAD is targeted at the Iphone and the new Ipad tablet computing device introduced by Apple.
The iDAD will feature the ability for news reporters and announcers to record, trim and tail, label and then send audio from the mobile device directly to their DAD or Presenter automation systems for timely playback. The iDAD will also feature a remote control function that will allow control of the DAD or Presenter system from the mobile device using a simple array of buttons representing various user-definable functions. Enco will be adding more functionality to iDAD in coming months.
Enco has received two Radio magazine ART Awards for Best Automation and Best Internet Technology, and two Radio magazine NAB Pick Hit awards for previous product introductions.
The iDAD will be available for the Iphone and Ipad in March through the Apple Itunes App Store. It will be a no-charge application that will work exclusively with Enco's DAD and Presenter.
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