For example crier in the future simple form is crierai and it is conjugated just like parler-parlerai BUT! as it was pointed out in this video to me https://youtu.be/IEbpqZSBUFY?t=285. the pronunciation is /kʁiʁe/ and not /kʁiəʁe/ as one would have expected. Is there a search engine a website or anything that points out things like this in an exhaustive way instead of going through every single conjugation in every single tense and mood and listen to them one by one? Or is there a rule that covers all pronunciation exceptions? I was thinking of something like wordreference.com and its practice to show which part of the word is irregular with a different color but for pronunciation.
I found reverso which inculdes the pronunciation as a sound (click on the speaker icon).
There's also the CNRTL site's Morphologie tab where one can enter any verb or conjugated form obtain the phonetic (in a strange but understandable phonetic alphabet) :
I think the second one is better for you as you can see the phonetic for multiple forms at once without clicking each one (the sound does not seem to work in Firefox, though).