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FeedPod is a Text-To-Speech RSS/ATOM Newsfeed reader. You are asking yourself, but other feed readers have this functionality, why another? Well, FeedPod generates PodCasting feeds, suitable for automatically downloading onto your portable MP3 player.

PodCasting is a new standard for TiVo-like delivery of audio content for portable players, like the Apple iPod. It uses RSS 2.0 with MP3 enclosures to publicize content. You can find more information about PodCasting at PodCastAlley.com

In addition to PodCasting, you can use FeedPod to HTTP stream MP3s of a PodCast via a shoutcast playlist generated by the server, for listening at your desktop.

URL: https://feedpod.dev.java.net/
Licence: LGPL

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