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  1. widehead

    widehead Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Any up-to-date info on a quality free podcatcher for Android?

    Missing the simplicity of Symbian in this regard. And that is saying something.
     

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  2. uzetaab

    uzetaab Well-Known Member

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    well, that depends, update since when?

    Personally, I use google listen & have been perfectly happy with it.

    It took some getting used to at first (I was switching from itunes, which I still kinda miss for podcatching with my old ipod touch).

    My biggest annoyance is that I sometimes miss podcasts because they disappear from my fresh items list before I listen, but this is easily fixed by manually adding them to my queue.
     
  3. mncollyer

    mncollyer Well-Known Member

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    I use HAPI Podcast which is pretty good, if a feed is not found by search you can add manually and you can set to download only when connected to wi-fi. :)
     
  4. richcowell

    richcowell Well-Known Member

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    I use MyPod (there's a free version which is pretty good)

    It's not the simplest of Podcast apps, but it works nicely.

    I also miss the awesome Nokia Podcast app, which I think is about the only thing I do miss from my Nokia Days...
     
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    brad-short Well-Known Member

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    I tried most of the free ones, but in the end i bought DoggCatcher and it is well worth the money if it is your first purchase :)
     
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    Uridium Well-Known Member

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    Tried most of them but nothing I've found yet has stopped me using itunes and synching over wi-fi to the phone with iSynchr.
     
  7. quaestionis

    quaestionis New Member

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    I use carcast. Simple, works well, downloads pods and then is offline.

    Also, I had a problem manually adding a podcast. Emailed the developer and had a response within an hour with the podcast added to the list of available downloads. Very impressive.
     

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