We first covered Said.fm way back in February last year, a small UK startup that let its users discover spoken-word podcasts that tell great stories. Almost two years on and, well, the service has relaunched in a slightly different guise. The original Said.fm incarnation wound down in May last year, and in the intermittent period the two co-founders have been working on a brand new product, one still firmly implanted in the podcasting realm. Whereas Said.fm was a website, The Super Times is an iOS app “for curious minds”, those looking for a selection of hand-picked podcasts to listen to each week. (via The Super Times brings curated podcast playlists offline via a sweet iOS app - The Next Web)

We first covered Said.fm way back in February last year, a small UK startup that let its users discover spoken-word podcasts that tell great stories. Almost two years on and, well, the service has relaunched in a slightly different guise. The original Said.fm incarnation wound down in May last year, and in the intermittent period the two co-founders have been working on a brand new product, one still firmly implanted in the podcasting realm. Whereas Said.fm was a website, The Super Times is an iOS app “for curious minds”, those looking for a selection of hand-picked podcasts to listen to each week. (via The Super Times brings curated podcast playlists offline via a sweet iOS app - The Next Web)

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