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Listen to articles from around the web

8 Alternatives to Play for Web

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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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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Never forget to read a link again

Pocket, Feedly, Twitter Bookmarks. These are some of the places where the links you wanted to "save for later" go to die.

ReadIT 🔥 puts a stop to this broken behavioural pattern by putting an ⏳expiration date on your links. This way, if you really care about reading something you'll make sure to find the time for it, or else it will 💨 disappear.

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