Google Labs Releases ‘Listen’ Podcast App

listen_004The latest app to come from Google Labs is called ‘Listen‘ and like everything else the Mountain View team does, it’s a clean, clutter-free app with handy features.

Users can search, download, stream, and subscribe to podcasts and other audio from the web.  Create your own audio-magazine by subscribing to programs and search for various terms!  For the first release, Listen is available for US residents only and indexes English-only audio sources.

Searching for popular topics will yield podcasts and audio pertaining to the hottest and freshest subjects.  Since the app comes from Google Labs, they are encouraging feedback and suggestions for later builds.

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If you want the app, you can get it from the Android Market or download it directly from here.

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59 Comments

  1. Justin
    August 23, 13:55 Reply

    Fantastic App, I didn't realize its new.
    I have had it playing all day, streams seamlessly and at the same time you can download more podcasts for later.

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