Earlier this week, I gave you a sneak peek at BuzzVoice for Android -- a new app that turns your favorite blogs and news sites into personalized streaming podcasts. Just a few minutes ago, BuzzVoice officially launched into the Android Market.
BuzzVoice offers feeds from hundreds of sources, ranging from The New York Times to TechCrunch. The app lets you set up "playlists" based on your interests, then literally reads you the news from the sites you select.
BuzzVoice is now available for $4.99 in the Market. And, as promised, we have some free copies to hand out to Android Power readers.
Want one? Here's all you have to do:
1) Follow @AndroidPower on Twitter.
2) Retweet this story using the following format:
RT @AndroidPower Win a free copy of BuzzVoice for Android! http://bit.ly/FreeBuzzVoice
(You can use this link to have the text automatically copied into Twitter for you.)
You have two days -- enter as much as you want. The contest closes at noon ET this Saturday, August 28. We'll randomly pick five winners that afternoon. Remember, you must be following @AndroidPower to win.
UPDATE (8/28/10): Congrats to our winners: @androidfanboi, @cwpsmp, @c0d3rm0nk3y, @le_avion, and @ker34!
For more about BuzzVoice for Android, check out my full review. You can snag the app for yourself in the Android Market by scanning the barcode at right or by following this link from your Android phone.