SoundCloud, the music sharing and discovery community popular with independent musicians, is today releasing its first ever app specifically for creators with the release of SoundCloud Pulse for Android.

The app allows creators, those that are uploading content to the service, to quickly access the most used features in a dedicated app. Features include things like interacting with fans by replying to comments, viewing stats on uploaded content, and sharing content publicly and privately with others.

That’s mostly all you’ll get with the first release, but SoundCloud promises more features for the near future including “more in-depth stats, ability to edit track information, expanded messaging capability and ability to upload tracks.” The app will also get an iOS release down the road.

You can download the SounCloud Pulse app on Google Play now.

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