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Unless there's a big difference in using a web vs mobile app (for either listeners or authors), I would suggest starting with a mobile responsive web app. Getting potential users to click on a link to try a product should be easier than getting them to install it to try. It's also much less work: one codebase in tech you already know. If you really want a mobile app, you can use a webview to customize the site further for Android/iOS.

There's also an in-between possibility, if you want authors to have the best UX and they're already motivated to install, make a mobile authors app and web/webview-mobile for listeners.

If all goes well, you may want to reconsider if there is/will be a need to port to more interactive mobile platform. By that time, the hurdle of motivating users to install an app should already have been passed.




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