Snipcast utilizes state-of-the-art AI models to extract the main ideas and takeaways from your favorite content on the Internet. A short, written summary is delivered directly to your email inbox. Use Snipcast before you listen to get a sneak peek of the content. After you listen, use the summary to easily resurface the key insights.
Unlike other podcast summary services, Snipcast is fully automated and generates summaries on-demand. This means that Snipcast already works with all your favorite podcasts. Just paste your link from Spotify, Apple Podcasts or any other major platform, and keep an eye on your inbox while Snipcast goes to work.
Thanks to open-source machine learning models from OpenAI and a bunch of computing power, Snipcast analyzes podcasts impressively quickly. Combined with the powerful ChatGPT API, Snipcast can summarize a typical one-hour podcast episode in about 2 minutes.
To get a feel for what Snipcast can do, click on one of the shows below to read an example summary!
Snipcast generates summaries on-demand, which means that it works with any podcast as long as it is publically available. We also support videos from YouTube. In general, expect support for all your favorite podcasts and YouTube videos with a few exceptions:
Yes! Snipcast is currently in beta, and is free for everyone. In the future, we may introduce a paid plan to cover infrastructure and development costs.
Snipcast aims to support episode URLs from all major podcast platforms. Right now, Snipcast works with YouTube, Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Pocket Casts, and Overcast. If you have any problems with URLs from a specific podcast player, or would like support for another player, please drop us an email at [email protected]!
We deliver the podcast summary directly to your email inbox.
This depends on the length of the podcast episode. In general, expect about 2 minutes of processing time per hour of audio. For instance, a two-hour podcast episode will take roughly 4 minutes to summarize.
First, make sure to check your spam folder. If the email went to spam, mark it as "not spam". After this, future emails from Snipcast should be delivered to your inbox.
If you still can't find the email, feel free to reach out to [email protected] and we will help investigate the issue.
Since Snipcast uses a large language model, every generated summary is unique. If you are not happy with your summary, you can try generating a new one. If this doesn't help, you can always reach out to [email protected] and tell us what you want to see improved!