Alternative products to Podible

Podible

Stream & discover new podcasts

Podible is the best podcast app to find new, interesting podcasts. It learns what podcasts you love and recommends new ones in an easy, digestible playlist. Spend more time listening and less time digging.

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Google Podcasts

Discover and listen to the world's podcasts on Android.

Integrated with the Google Assistant across your devices and packed with personalized recommendations, Google Podcasts is designed to make it easier than ever for Android users to discover and listen to podcasts.

Google
With Google Podcasts, we're focused on helping podcast creators reach a broader audience. To ensure inclusion in the Google Podcasts app, creators should follow our updated developer guidelines, which you may already be familiar with for other Google apps.
9to5Google
We've been learning more and more about Google's vision for podcasts over the past several months and recently, we uncovered that an official Podcasts app would finally be hitting the Play Store. Now, ahead of its official launch, Google Podcasts has been detailed in full.
The Verge
Google today is introducing its first standalone podcast app for Android. The app, called simply Google Podcasts, will use Google's recommendation algorithms in an effort to connect people with shows they might enjoy, based on their listening habits.
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Breaker Upstream

The first premium podcast marketplace

Breaker Upstream is the first open marketplace for podcasters to sell premium audio content directly to listeners. Podcasters of all sizes can now earn revenue without relying on advertising, making it easier for anyone to start a successful podcast.

Breaker
Today we're announcing Breaker Upstream, the first open marketplace for podcasters to sell their premium content directly to listeners. Breaker is the #1 social podcast app, beloved by users, with a 5-star rating. Starting today, podcasters can offer premium podcasts and episodes for purchase inside the Breaker app alongside their existing free content.
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Overcast 2.0

A powerful yet simple audio 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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Otto Radio

Discover podcasts & news you love with the push of a button

#NotAGuru- CMO, BRANDish Social Media Marketing
Love the discoverability it provides of other shows and news related to what I already enjoy and have selected/favorited. The UX is efficient and appealing too. I was a big Stitcher user until about a year ago when I found Otto and switched over entirely, been happy ever since especially with the new features they've added since then.
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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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Laughable

Discover podcasts through comedians you love!

Niv Dror- VC at Shrug Capital
Love listening to comedy podcasts to take my mind of things. Highly recommend the Laughable app, which shows you all the podcast episodes your favorite comedians have been on.
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