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Hark News
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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Turn your articles into audio

Audio is the new trend for consuming content. But while everyone's listening to podcasts, you're still writing articles. Why not serve people where they're at?
With Blogcast, you can generate audio versions of your articles, automatically.

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Miguel Piedrafita
I woke up on Monday with a strange idea. After working on micro-products (I built two chrome extensions in less than an hour each) and small products (products whose development lasted less than a day), I wanted to build and release something new. But I didn't want it to take me a year, as the last time.
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Welcome to a new look for the Guardian

The Guardian Version 5.0 brings a brand new look for the app, coinciding with the launch of the new Guardian newspaper in the tabloid format.

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Fantastic news app that looks and behaves gorgeously
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Fantastic news app that looks and behaves gorgeously
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the Guardian
The Guardian website and apps have been redesigned for our global readership online oday, our newspaper is being printed in a new tabloid format for the first time, a decision we took seven months ago.
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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- Entrepreneur and Web Developer
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.
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Experience the joy of being told a story

Kobo Audiobooks is a way to discover the art of being told a story. Listen to audiobooks from your favorite authors and narrators on the Kobo iOS and Android apps. Sign up for a free 30 day trial at kobo.com and let us know what you think.

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The Verge
Audiobook fans have a new option to comparison shop against. Rakuten Kobo has announced it's adding audiobooks to its iOS and Android ebook apps, with two ways to buy them: a la carte, or with a $10 per month subscription service that nets you one book per month.
Thebookseller
Kobo has launched an audiobook subscription service claiming to offer "the best value on a subscription plan in the category". The Canada-based e-book company follows rivals such as Amazon's Audible and Scribd in entering the audio book download and subscription market, after sales of the medium have soared over the last two years.
TechCrunch
Kobo's never had an issue taking on the bigwigs. It's outlasted bigger names like Sony and Barnes & Noble in the devoted e-reader space, and now it's ready to take a swipe at Audible's marketshare dominance. The Rakuten-owned company has just announced the launch of its own audiobook service.
Engadget
You can find any audiobook and ebook you buy in one place within Kobo's iOS and Android apps. Once you've chosen what to listen to, the apps' built-in player will give you the power to choose your preferred narration speed.
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Unbiased coverage of the day’s most important news

Knowhere is a news publication striving to be the most unbiased and authoritative source on the day’s most important issues.

We use a combination of machine learning and human journalists to evaluate bias in reporting, considering outlets as varied as the NYT and Breitbart, to inform three 'spins' of every story: impartial, left and right.

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Over 50,000 audiobooks in one tap

With Instaread you can get insights and key takeaways from bestselling books in 15 minutes or less. Experts read and extract key messages from books for your convenience. Available in audio & text.

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Unlimited access to 30,000 audiobooks

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TechCrunch
Subscription ebook and audiobook service Scribd says it's grown to more than 1 million subscribers. It still has a long way to go before reaching the heights of Netflix (nearly 150 million subscribers) or Spotify (87 million paying subscribers), but the announcement should help put any linger...
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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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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

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