The speakers are coming! The speakers are coming!

Samsung’s Bixby is an AI assistant available on 120 million devices. At SDC 2019 we demoed our Galaxy Home Mini Speaker which will be a great way to distribute YOUR podcast.

Let’s make it easy

The Bixby Marketplace gives Samsung device owners the ability to explore and utilize 3rd party capsules (aka voice apps).

We want to bring your podcast to millions of users. If you are chosen as one of the top 300 podcasts, we’ll do all the work for you!

Want to turn your podcast into a capsule yourself? We have a template available in the Bixby Developer Studio to easily transform your RSS feed into a capsule within a few clicks. You’ll then be able to showcase your podcast on the Bixby Marketplace.

Jump on board

We are looking for the best podcasts in the industry and want you to be a part of this exclusive launch. Contact the Bixby Developer Relations team to sign up today at: bixbydevrel@samsung.com

Blogs

Samsung Bixby: The next frontier for voice technology

Over the course of 2018, Samsung unveiled a variety of developer tools to enable individuals and companies to create voice experiences for Bixby, the company’s voice assistant. In the summer of 2019, Samsung went a step further, releasing an all-new Marketplace designed to facilitate user discovery of these voice experiences on all manner of Samsung devices. Together, these developments herald a new opportunity for developers to get involved with voice technology.
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Blogs

Enable your personal listening identity with Audioburst

Audio content is proliferating wildly, which makes it difficult to search for and find specific moments. The internet allows people to search for almost anything else—photos, videos, news articles and much more. Bixby Premier Developer Gal Klein’s capsule changes the way people consume audio playlists with the world’s largest library, one burst at a time.
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Tutorials

How to get your podcast on Bixby

There are millions of potential listeners for your podcast on Bixby. Let's get it into their ears right now! If you've never touched a line of code before, don't worry: this post is here to walk you through it. Read on, or watch the helpful video from our very own Jonathan Pan.
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