Audiosear.ch is a free podcast search engine to search spoken content of podcasts. It intelligently indexes the content of podcasts, radios, etc, so that, you can perform a full-text search on the spoken content inside a podcast or show. Till date, it has indexed close to 400K episodes and around 9000 shows which makes up more than 15 million minutes! So, next time you are looking for a specific podcast or show over the internet for which you don’t remember the name, but have some idea about content, then this podcast search engine is your best bet. Podcast lovers will find it most useful as you can also listen to the podcasts right from it. Developers can also use its API for podcasts and radio which is free for personal and non-commercial use.
If you are a podcast lover then you already might be using some Windows software, Android, or iPhone app to listen to your favorite podcasts. There might be some cases in which you would have wanted to look for a specific podcast as per some content in mind. This podcast search engine has been specifically designed for this purpose as you can search for spoken words in a podcast by a text search. It then returns the result from its huge set of indexed database of podcasts and shows (primarily from iTunes).
How to use this free podcast search engine to search spoken content of podcast:
Getting started with Audiosear.ch to search spoken content of podcast is very simple, as easy as using Google :) Just visit the link provided below and enter your text search query in the large textbox that appears on its interface, as shown in the screenshot below.
After that, you will see the relevant podcast and shows results. It also gives you the option to sort the search results by date or relevancy i.e. more relevant podcasts are shown on the top of the results.
As I mentioned, you can also listen to the podcasts shown in the search results. To listen to the podcasts all you have to do is click on any podcast link and then the podcast is loaded on the same web page. You can move to any part of the podcast by moving the slider in the podcast player. Apart from that, you can also pause and play its playback. There are no any option to play the next podcast or previous podcast from the search results.
Audiosear.ch is a free podcast search engine to search spoken content of podcasts. In addition to this, you can also listen to podcasts returned in the search results right from its index. This is just perfect for all types of podcast lovers as you can find or search podcasts by content and listen to them on it. Check it out from the link below and let me know how useful was it from the comments section below.