Apple Podcasts can now be embedded on the web, making it easier to discover and share your favorite content.
Everyone, including creators, listeners, or marketers, can now generate embed codes for over 1.5 million shows available across the service.
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Embed codes can be generated from either the Apple Podcasts Preview pages on the web or from the Apple Podcasts Marketing Tools website.
The latter lets you do much more too, including generating short links to share a podcast on social media, share the full content link on platforms, generate an embed “Listen on Apple Podcasts” web button, and, of course, generate the code for the full embedded player.
If you choose the embedded player, you can adjust the height and width of the web player, or leave it at the default setting of 450px x 660px.
Here is how it looks like when embedded:
You can also embed a single episode of your favorite podcast:
The player is interactive. That means that web visitors can play the podcast directly from the embedded player, but also click to discover more, or add it to their lists of subscriptions, by opening the Podcasts app for iOS, iPadOS, or macOS.
Apple says the feature is available globally as of today.
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