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Doppler is a podcast aggregator. It’s a tool to subscribe to RSS feeds which supply downloadable files. Doppler will go out and fetch the files enclosed in the RSS feed and will automatically add them to your preferred media player.
BeyondPod is RSS feed reader and podcast manager (podcatcher) for mobile devices. With BeyondPod you can subscribe for RSS feeds, read the feed content, download and listen to associated podcasts (enclosures) directly on your mobile device.
Podcats generates RSS feeds for podcast episodes from local audio files and, optionally, exposes both the feed and episodes via a built in web server, so that they can be conveniently imported into iTunes, Overcast or another podcast client.Generate & serve the feed as well as the files at http://localhost:5000.
This app allows you to easily convert any publicly available RSS content into audio Podcasts, so you can listen to your favorite blogs on mobile devices instead of reading them.You will need an AWS account and an RSS feed. Some technical experience is required to setup your own instance of the app, but you don't have to write any code. Once setup, it can be used by anyone using a standard Podcast player.
Generate RSS 2.0 Podcast feed out of directory full of MP3 files.This script generates Podcast feed out of MP3 files in a directory. Audio metadata are automatically extracted from MP3's ID3 tags and embedded in the generated RSS feed. MP3 files should be accessible via the URL base you supply as a 2nd argument. Tip: Dropbox's Public folder makes it easy.
The open podcast directory application allows anyone to build a web-based podcast directory. It supports parsing, creation, maintenance and presentation of linked OPML amp; RSS files. It also has an API for podcast clients to query the directory.