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MiniCast

Listen to podcasts on your Apple Watch - without an iPhone

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MiniCast can send podcast episodes from Apple Podcasts, Overcast, Castro and Pocket Casts to your Apple Watch. Hit the Share icon in your favorite podcast app, send it to your Apple Watch and listen on the go - without taking your iPhone with you!

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Overcast 3.0

A powerful yet simple podcast player

Dustin Knopoff- Student, CS/Design
The best audio and increased speeds in a simple, easy to use interface.
Cornelius Toole- Maker, Cornetopia
I'm a heavy podcast listener (like 100+ shows) and the Voice Boost and Smart Speed features are must haves. I've saved over 300 hours from the Smart Speed feature alone.
Jake Stanley- Vocool
To get a morning podcast going.
Marco
After a year of work, Overcast 2 is now available as a free update for everyone. It's mostly a major under-the-hood improvement, with relatively few user-facing changes. But they're pretty good, I think.
Marco
I designed Overcast 1.0 in 2014 for iOS 7, and it was a product of its time: it used ultra-thin text and lines against stark, sharp-edged, full-screen white sheets and translucent blur panes, with much of the basic functionality behind hidden gestures. That fundamental design carried through every update until today.
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PodcastMenu

Listen to podcasts from your Mac menu bar

Shmully Wolfson
PodcastMenu is a simple app which puts Overcast on your Mac's menu bar so you can listen to your favorite podcasts while you work.
Christopher Hannah- Swift Developer / Writer
The best way to listen to Overcast podcasts on a Mac
Guilherme Rambo- I make apps
I use it all the time to listen to podcasts while I work :)
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Agora

A special place for your podcasts

Agora is a podcast player that allows you to manage your content easily, stay tuned to each new update of your subscriptions and expand your catalogue discovering new content, but this is not everything: Proximity sensor, iCloud backup, timer, speed control, rich notifications, customization...

Spencer Camp
✨With a stunning UI, Agora makes podcasting beautiful again. It's among a growing trend of podcast apps that optimize for design rather than experience; but I can appreciate that because the podcast app is becoming the new art canvas. ✨
Pixelju
Just launched, design is a charm, UX's a cookie, great podcast player. Not perfect but very very promising
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Subcast

Podcasts as simple as radio.

Subcast is a platform for smart radio stations that stream on Alexa, iPhone, and Android. The Subcast Stations are curated by podcast fans, so they stream the best stuff on topics like "Learn Something", "Business Builders", "Science", and more. We also pay attention to what you like and don't like, so it gets better the more you listen.

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Listen Notes 3.0

Search (almost) all podcasts & episodes in the world.

Listen Notes is a search engine for podcasts, with some simple tools for listeners: Listen Later, Listen Alerts, Listen Clips.

A use case that may be useful for people on Product Hunt: Before meeting a VC or a celebrity entrepreneur, use Listen Notes to find all podcast interviews of that person and binge listen all of them, e.g., Justin Kan

Broadcast - The Official Listen Notes blog
Listen Notes is a standalone podcast search engine website. It's not a podcast player. It's not a mobile app. But why a standalone podcast search engine website? It's actually two questions: Why a standalone podcast search engine? Isn't this available in any podcast player apps? Why a website? Why not an app?
CNET
It's easy enough to use a search engine to find a particular podcast. For example, are you a fan of Battlestar Galactica? Just hit up Bing, Google or Yahoo and you're pretty likely to locate (shameless self-promotion alert!) Battlestar Recaptica, a podcast devoted to the show.
Lifehacker
Most podcast apps are built around finding and subscribing to shows, not episodes. But Listen Notes, Lifehacker's favorite podcast search engine, now lets you build a custom playlist of various podcast episodes. With Listen Later, you can build a list of episodes, which you can subscribe to in any podcast player, like Apple Podcasts or Stitcher.
The Next Web
If you've been meaning to listen to all those excellent podcast episodes you've read about online, or want to finally get your best mate hooked on podcasts, Listen Notes has you covered with a handy playlist creation tool.
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Stitcher for Podcasts on Amazon Echo

Listen to podcasts on Stitcher with your Amazon Echo device.

Listen to over 100,000 podcasts on Stitcher with your Amazon Echo device. Whether you're cooking, cleaning, starting or ending your day, Alexa can find and play podcasts for you on Stitcher. Stay up-to-date with the latest news, comedy, sports, entertainment and more.

Medium
Want hands-free listening to over 100,000 podcasts on Stitcher while you're cooking, cleaning, starting or ending your day? Give the new Amazon Echo Stitcher Skill a try. We're big fans of Alexa, and as voice-activated browsing is quickly becoming more and more popular, we're excited to launch our first integration.
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