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  1. Jakaro

    Jakaro Android Enthusiast
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    Anyone know how i can get the radio show Full Metal Jackie from Fullmetaljackieradio.com to play on android?
     

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    Have you tried Google's podcast app: Listen

    I use it and it seems to work just fine.
     
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    Still can't get the podcast im looking for to work, maybe because its an itunes podcast?
     
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    I tried a number of free podcasting apps and hated them all. When I tried Doggcatcher, I was hooked. It's an awesome app and well worth the price you pay.
     
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    Sorry, no answers on free apps but Podtrapper is ported from Blackberry to Android now. I love it because of the control. That applies to sources of the netcasts, download options, play options. It has more menus and interface to learn than many but does the best job as far as sources of media, playing the files and managing how you get and store them.

    The developer also deserves credit for his responsiveness to both of problems and adding features. I don't know about Android Market but he went above the call of duty to sort out Blackberry App World issues and he responded to and added product feature requests.

    Well worth the $5 - 10.
     
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    I tried PodTrapper and everything you say about the developer is 100% true. He's very responsive to input. Unfortunately the app was extremely buggy when I used it. It came down to picking an app with a few weird bizarre bugs and a responsive developer and a polished app that didn't have all the bugs in it.
     

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