On the main screen, I’ve added a recording button. In my original design, when the user first selects this icon, there is a wizard to walk the user through how to record clips, but for simplicity’s sake, I’ve excluded that for the final results.
Once tapped, the recording will not stop unless the user selects the button again or the max allotment of recording time is reached. (Three minutes). After either of those instances, the third screen appears. Here the user has the option to play back their selection and/or adjust it. The modal disappears once Cancel or Save is selected.
I added a Clips section to the already existing Library. Clicking on the arrow in the screen on the left brings you to the next screen, where the user can see the newest saved clip along with all of the others.
Tapping on the plus symbol opens up the notes section. The user can view what they’ve already written as well as make edits.
Selecting the arrow on the previous screen, opens up a share modal. The user can share their recorded clip through text message, email or Google drive. In this case, I’ve demonstrated what sharing through a messaging app would look like. It shares the podcast clip as well as a direct link to the entire episode, allowing new listeners to easily subscribe and giving the podcast “views”.