I'm trying to extract the source audio from a podcast so I don't constantly have to go to the website and find the exact point I was at. It is directly from a web player which is embedded on a webpage that I visit.

As far as I'm aware it's not possible with any extensions because they are not compatible with the chrome browser on android (which I am using on my Nexus 5X).

Has anyone been successful in downloading an MP3 file from a webpage using their Android phone?

If any clarification is needed please let me know in the comments. Thanks!

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Try Mp3fy.

Long hold the link to the podcast and copy the URL. Insert the compied URL to Mp3fy and let it work its magic.

If you could provide a link to the particular podcast so that we can check, that would be great too.

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