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Listen to RSS feeds : Convert RSS to MP3

Tuesday, October 24, 2006

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Just when websites have been advertising the fantastic option of reading new updates on sites through email rather than having to visit the website each time comes a much fantastic feature. You no longer even need to go through the pages of text from the different websites that you have subscribed. Rather you can play them on while you drive or go for a walk in the mornings.

Odiogo has come out with a software that can convert your RSS feed to MP3 which you can load to your iPod and listen as you drive or walk. There is a demo play of a New York Times news article on the website. It looks pretty good to me. Probably because I did not expect even the kind of voice modulation that was shown there.

But all this comes at a cost of around $30. Go for it if you feel it is worth of.
posted by Anand, 2:14 AM

3 Comments:

you should try to use audiodizer.com - for your RSS to MP3 stuff. its free and does the same thing.
commented by Anonymous Anonymous, 7:49 AM  
Hi Anonymous,
Thanks for the info. I shall review the same too..
commented by Blogger Anand, 8:32 AM  
I would just like to see a RSS aggregator that can take ANY feed and convert it into audio.
commented by Blogger Book Worm - SilkWorm, 2:37 PM  

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