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  1. anthonygobot

    anthonygobot Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Any of you using a podcast app? I cant find a decent free one and I dont want to pay for one I wont like. The Zune Market Place was perfect for free podcasts. I just want to get Car Talk and House of Reggae!
     

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    jamo Well-Known Member

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    Have you tried Google Listen? It works pretty well as long as you can go around and collect the links yourself. I use Doggcatcher, I think it was $6.99, and it works really well at playing video podcasts.
     
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    I just downloaded .Podkast today, and so far I'm happy with it. They have a very good selection of podcasts, and it has all of the features that I need. And it is free.
     
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    anthonygobot Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I just want an audio podcast app but video would work nicely for the NPR Science Video Podcasts to.
     
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    mchung53 Well-Known Member

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    I'm also using .Podkast. It tends to be a bit laggy for some podcasts but overall its pretty good considering it's a free app.
     
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    anthonygobot Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Woohoo Jamo thanks, Google Listen is perfect! Putting in the rss feed link takes a min but it all works nicely!
     
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    I'll second Doggcatcher - it has completely replaced my old iTunes workflow as I switched from iPhone to Android. Lots of options, good headset controls, etc.
     
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    BeyondPod has worked nicely for me. I set up my feeds in Google Reader then sync them to the app.
     
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    Beyondpod has worked great for me too. Not only podcasts but also news RSS feeds which is nice. Definitely worth the $7.
     
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    I had to pay for Doggcatcher. There are podcasts that I listen to that I could not get working with anything else. It was money well spent I'd say.
     
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    I use dpod. It is free and easy to use. All you have to do is find the link to the podcast you want and enter that into dpod and it will sync up with that podcast. also after you download the podcast it will throw it into your music podcast list. Good luck.
     

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