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Audilog

Turn any website of your choice into a podcast.

Problem: I got bored reading a lengthy article about Neuralink (https://waitbutwhy.com/2017/04/neuralink.html). So, I needed someone to read it for me.

How it works: Browse to the web page within the app, tap the Speaker icon.

Additional Features:

➡️ Create playlist of web pages

➡️ Collect the latest RSS feed (if any) of the website

11 Alternatives to Audilog

Listen to any article on the go

Hark News is an iOS app that takes the links to articles you're reading and converts them into audio files you can play on the go. You can listen to the latest news or stories offline and while you're doing chores around the house instead of having to sit down and actually read them.

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The easiest way to create a website for your podcast

IronMic is a simple website host for podcasts. The process takes minutes to build a simple yet functional website. Start by plugging in your RSS Feed and filling in the host information.

Then you'll have a simple podcast website that you won't have to update as you record new episodes.

Around the web
Ironmic
IronMic'D is the podcast for podcasters. On the podcast, we feature fellow creators, offer tips on podcasting, and offer advice on how to grow your podcast.
Medium
My name is Leon Hitchens; I am one of the co-founders of IronMic. I run most of the marketing, advertising, and business affairs. My two partners, Kyle McDonald and Sunny Singh, are the better half. They're an unmatched duo who took the better part of the past three months working on IronMic.
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Turn your reading list into a podcast

Turn your reading list into a podcast! - It's like Pocket but for listening.

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Duncan McClean
Duncan McClean- Maker of many things
It's great for listening to articles and turning them into a private podcast.
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Medium
Within the last hour or so I have just launched ReadCast  - a web app which allows you to save articles and listen back to them in your own private podcast. I'm so glad it's finally out there and people can use it. I've been working hard on it for the past month or so.
9 Alternatives to ReadCast

Listen to your news stories, narrated by humans

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Kate
Kate- Head of Social @ GitHub
Instead of reading the news, enjoy it being read to you! Plus, it's read to you in a friendly human voice (instead of a robot voice, because as much as I like Alexa and Siri, they don't have the same finesse).
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Awesome websites for Podcasts

LandingCast provides podcasters with the ability to launch a beautiful and fully editable website in just a few minutes, allowing them to focus on what really matters: creating valuable content and building an active audience.

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Simple audiobook player with several great features

Main features:

— Adjustable playback speed

— Bookmarks

— Sleep timer

— Shows progress of all your books

— Highlights the last book you listened to

Asks for very few permissions. No ads.

Booktime is based on the open source app called Voice: github.com/PaulWoitaschek/Voice

Licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License v3.0

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