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Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by Yesevil, Jun 26, 2013.

  1. Yesevil

    Yesevil Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    Hi all,

    Does anyone know of a good, free, easy to use podcast app?

    I used to love my podcasts back when I had a fruit based phone and want to get back into them.


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  2. SiempreTuna

    SiempreTuna Android Expert

    You can still use iTunes to download podcast to your PC, then just copy the files to your phone. I do that for some pods and some I download direct from the podcaster's website.

    Alternatively, any RSS reader will work. Or you could go to Play and download something like BeyondPod - or search for podcast and see which apps have the highest rating.

    Choices, choices :D
  3. jj2me

    jj2me Well-Known Member

    I like iPP Podcast player.
  4. funkylogik

    funkylogik share the love peeps ;)

    Im actually gona keep an eye on this thread. im sick of downloading podcasts manualy etc so i want a good free/trial podcast app that will download them and play/pause/resume them well and i really cant be bothered with trying different ones so the one most/best recommended here is what ill install :beer:
  5. gingersnapgirl

    gingersnapgirl Android Enthusiast

    I don't like having separate apps for music/video/podcasts, so I use one that does all three. I've used a few but always come back to zplayer.
  6. yabadabadoo

    yabadabadoo Newbie

    I use Podcast Addict.
  7. GrouchoM

    GrouchoM Android Enthusiast

    I'm happy with Podkicker.
  8. Rxpert83

    Rxpert83 Dr. Feelgood

    Beyondpod, but its not free
  9. john_g

    john_g Android Enthusiast

    Yes, Podkicker gets a thumbs-up from me, although I have the paid version. Having said that, I find Podkicker doesn't like badly formatted feeds (although it does provide really useful into about all the feed's syntax errors).

    For that reason I also use AntennaPod which is far more forgiving of some feeds local to my area which always seem to be missing even the basic stuff like time & date info.

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