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Tattle

Listen to your news stories, narrated by humans

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Play (for Medium)

Listen to Medium Stories with a Chrome Extension

Play.ht (for Medium) is a Free Chrome Extension to Listen to any article on Medium as an Audio Narration.

Kunal Bhatia- Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
I use Play.ht for providing audio for my Medium readers. They are robotic voices, but it gets the job done and it's very easy to get started. You can even embed the player inside your own articles.
Niv Dror- VC at Shrug Capital
This seems like a very popular Chrome extension for listening to articles. Did well in the Product Hunt launch 😊
keyul- Maker of Quick Code & Bot Stash
I was going to recommend this when I saw the question. But you already did. This is definitely the best extension to listen to Medium articles.
Play
Play is an app that adds Audio Narrations to your Articles using automated voices and automatically adds an Embedded Audio Player in those articles for your readers to Listen and Subscribe! Is your blog on Medium? Check out How to Add Audio to Your Blog on Medium!
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Unlike reading that demand a reader's complete attention and focus, audio narrations come with the advantage of multitasking, allowing you to better engage for longer periods with your audience as the content is delivered in a way that's easy to consume.
24 Alternatives to Play (for Medium)

DuoBook

Switch between reading and listening to the same story

Duobook is an eReader and audiobook player that lets you switch between reading and listening without losing your place in the story.

Nick Abouzeid- Words at Product Hunt ✌️
DuoBook works wonderfully - you can switch back and forth between reading & listening, which makes it perfect for someone who has a hard time dedicating time to just listening to a book 😅
5 Alternatives to DuoBook

Booktime

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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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

8 Alternatives to Audilog

What's the best tool for listening to articles?

Niv DrorVC at Shrug Capital
Play (for Medium) - Listen to Medium Stories with a Chrome Extension
"I use Play.ht for providing audio for my Medium readers. They are robotic voices, but it gets the job done and it's very easy to get starte… See more
Medium Audio Stories - Listen to your favorite Medium stories
"The product looks super well done, and seems like the first real value feature in the Medium Members upgrade. Wondering what @rrhoover thin… See more
Pocket Listen - Reading is hard. Listen to articles instead.
"I use Pocket A LOT so I tend to get a lot of backed up content to get through. Sometimes its easier to use Pocket listen. Although the voic… See more
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