Google Launches 'Listen' Podcast App For Android

Posted: Aug 21 2009, 10:45am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:53pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

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Android users finally have a free, high-quality podcast app to enjoy. 'Listen', made by Google Labs allows users to search, subscribe, download, or stream whatever podcasts strike your fancy. You can subscribe to individual programs, or just to specific programs if you want to keep up a rolling block of fresh content.

This version of Listen only indexes English-language podcasts right now, although Android and Me notes that video, and foreign language support is currently under development. Listen may not yet be the most functional podcast app out there, but it is free and Google is going to be putting out a steady stream of updates to continue improving it.

To download Listen, you can just go here and check the bar code, or go to the Android Market on your smartphone and enter 'Listen' into the search box. Enjoy the podcasts, fellow open source junkies.

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