Google Launch Podcasts App

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Official Google Podcast has been released. Now loyal podcast listeners can find it easier to search for the desired episodes of the program through the latest apps issued by Google.

An episode application program available on the internet or commonly referred to as an official podcast was launched by Google in mid-June 2018. Podcasts are generally an original audio or video recording, but not infrequently the podcast is in the form of a recording of television broadcasts, radio programs, lecture videos, performances, or other events.

Google Launch Podcasts App

Quoted from Cnet, Friday (22/6/2018) there are some interesting features that exist in podcast applications issued by Google, such as progress across devices synced by Google assistants and personalized recommendations, where Google offers podcasts to its users in accordance with the podcast often viewed, or searched by users.

Unfortunately, this app can not be enjoyed by iOS users. For android users who do not have a podcast app, now no longer need to mess with Google music player users in finding and organizing podcasts you want to hear.

The Google podcast app has been integrated with Google Assistant and the Google Home smart speaker.

In enabling users to subscribe, download and control other Podcasts 'playback, podcast apps by Google use information about their subscribers' habits in subscribing and listening to podcasts to offer more personalized recommendations to users.

This app can also sync all devices connected with Google Assistant so that users can pause the podcasts that are being listened to on mobile phones on the go and can be resumed via different devices when at home.

Google's official Podcast app is released with over two million podcasts and is available globally in the Play Store with 47 supported languages.

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