Enrich is a super-easy content creation and distribution platform,

for conveying interactive information, knowledge and story

(designed for mobile use)

use enrich where audio on its own is not enough but where video is step too far

(maybe because too expensive, time consuming or not really needed) 

how it works

enrich creator:

Slides are inserted alongside the audio with the ultra simple creator, each slide can include multiple images, text, links, gifs, separate audio and more. 


Each enrich epod has it’s own URL that can be shared through media & messaging platforms, embedded into webpages, accessed with a qr code or added to a podcast’s show-notes. The epod plays immediately on any smart device and uses very little data. Bite sized bits of each epod can be extracted into video for separate distribution.   

enrich player:

The default enrich web-player has a podcast like UX but can be customised. End-users can zoom into slides for more detail and use thumbnails to navigate through the presentation.


If required, ads with their own audio and links can be baked in the epod, which ensure that ads are always connected to the consumption of the content.


The free version is designed to provide the opportunity to experience all of enrich‘s creation and editing features, how the enriched podcast is distributed and played in the web-player and/or converted into video


one free project


20 projects for $20pm plus 2 monthly bonus projects


50 projects for $45pm plus 5 monthly bonus projects

All paid subscriptions are charged in USD on a monthly basis and can be cancelled at any time. Projects in each subscription means the total number of enriched podcasts that can be edited and/or played (hosted) and/or converted into video at any one time – old projects can be deleted to make space for new ones. Bonus projects are added at the end of every month where the subscription remains intact

Contact us if need larger numbers or for organisation usage

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    Note: all content in the above examples used publicly available content and includes reference to source