podcastmatic Converts Blog Posts to Podcasts
Article by George Norman
On 14 May 2013
If you’d rather listen to spoken words than read written text, then you should definitely check out podcastmatic, a handy web service that converts blogs to podcasts.

There are several blogs that I like to visit frequently and check out the new content they published. Unfortunately, there are times when I would much rather sit back and listen than have to read the text all on my own. Thanks to podcastmatic.com, I don’t have to strain my weary eyes, I can listen to spoken words instead of reading.


You see, podcastmatic is a web service that does something very handy: its job is to convert a blog to a podcast. Just visit the website and enter a blog’s URL. FindMySoft’s URL will do just fine.

Once you hit the green Go! button, the application will analyze the blog’s RSS feed and use text-to-speech technology to turn each published article on the blog into a podcast.

You can play the podcasts in the browser window, or you can download and store the sound files on a portable device – which sounds good if you want to listen to something while commuting home for example. Furthermore, you can subscribe to the podcast in iTunes.

podcastmatic Main Features
  • The voice that reads to you is very pleasant.
  • Uses text-to-speech technology to convert blog posts into podcasts.
  • It analyzes a blog’s RSS feed to the job.
  • Podcasts can be played in the browser window or downloaded.
  • You can subscribe to a blog’s podcast in iTunes.
  • Open the podcast’s RSS feed and subscribe to it.
  • podcastmatic is free.

So if you’d rather listen to posts published here on FindMySoft or on other blogs and websites, go give podcastmatic a try. If found it to be very easy to use and very useful. I’m definitely going to keep using it in the future.

Tags: RSS feed, text-to-speech, browser, podcast, blog, podcastmatic
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