Language learning has never been an easy task to do and people have always been looking for the easiest way to learn a language. Learning vocabulary might be the hardest sub-skill to take place since forgetting the words overwhelm the learners and make them intolerant. It is transparent that learning languages has not become easier but the growth of technology and the increase of sources can be helpful for language learners. The emergence of computer and other things alike have made a lot of human beings’ jobs easier and language learning is no exception. These sources of information namely are Ebooks, Skype, YouTube, etc. Our focus in this review study will be on Podcasts.Podcasting is a powerful and salient medium that teachers and learners have been using for learning languages for decades. Language learning is one of the fields known to get help from the swift progress of technology and more importantly podcasting. Studies on podcasting indicate how potential this great phenomenon is and there are concrete evidences that this medium can perfectly help ameliorate language learners’ skills in the shortest time possible, especially language learners’ speaking and listening skills. This review study aims at measuring the effects of podcasts on incidental vocabulary learning and to show how generally fruitful it is to listen to podcasts on daily basis. The outcome of this review study will be useful for those who have been learning languages such as students, teachers.The word podcast is an amalgamation of two separate words, pod (i.e., from the Apple iPod) and broadcast. Podcasts are audio and video recordings uploaded on the internet for the people interested to use. There are some prominent softwares like iTunes from which listeners can download podcasts that are to their likings. Students can download authentic podcast materials from the Internet that allow students to be engaged in plenty of listening practice (Artyushina et al., 2011). Podcasts’ fans do not have to check every single site for new-uploaded podcasts instead they can find a huge archive of them on some well-known sites. Podcasts come in different types such as television podcasts, radio podcasts, classroom podcasts, and individual or group podcasts.