Castbox

An easy to use podcast, radio, & audiobook app

Castbox is a completely new way to listen to spoken audio including podcasts, on-demand radio, and audiobooks. The search engine for spoken audio

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8 Reviews5.0/5
Zhou QiProduct owner

Cool UI, and almost all the content I can find on Internet, also I can switch to listen my podcast on Amazon Echo seamlessly, best podcasting experience ever.

Pros:

The best podcast app ever, and I really like the feature of in audio search, it is awesome. It is just an audio version Google.

Cons:

It doesn't contain any music stuff, I think it may be the copyright issue, but hope they can do it so I only need one application for my ear

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Patrick Loonstra
Designer at patrickloonstra.nl
In what manner should it contain music then? It is just an host f audio files, isn't it?
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Francis BeaSenior Brand Marketing Manager

Looking forward to using the in-audio search feature that CastBox just announced. Overall a great podcast listening app and the one I default to on iOS due to the library of content but also great usability features.

Pros:

clean ui, ease of use, made better with launch of in-audio search

Cons:

Would be great to see exclusive content on the app.

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Chris Messina
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This looks very cool โ€” and about time. I wonder how accurate the audio transcriptions of the podcasts are โ€” i.e. how reliable it is to do at scale.
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Mike
Founder of user feedback tool Upvoty

Overall the best podcast app I've tried.

Pros:

I tried a couple of podcast apps and this is the only one that has it all. Beautiful UI and easy to manage podcast shows and episodes.

Cons:

Maybe make it a bit more social, like following other podcast users.

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matt lambertDirector, Conversationware Ltd UK

Happy to have found the right podcast app at last.

Pros:

Frictionless findability, acquisition and playback of podcasts. Putting podcasts in separate app (to music) makes sense

Cons:

Can't think of anything,and I have been using a few weeks.

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