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For anyone looking for alternatives check out AntennaPod. It's Open source, has a dark theme, playback speed controls, chromecast support (playstore only not F-droid) and if you switch the Media Player to ExoPlayer in the settings it even has a Skip Silence in Audio option.
It even has gpodder.net support for subscription syncing so that's neat.
My favorite podcast player which never gets enough love!
Free, adfree, open source, no IAPs. It has every feature I need in a podcast, no material design but it's acceptable as I don't just stare at my player while listening to podcast.... Auto downloading, chromecast support, night theme, OPML import export and all..... Very light on resources even in my 4yr old 1GB RAM phone , it works flawless!
Unless you have multiple devices and want to keep them in sync, I don't see any reason to buy PocketCasts (but for multi device syncing, nothing beats pocketcasts!). AntennaPod has all the features (+ excellent developers!) you will need in a podcatcher..
Use a different podcast app.
I recommend AntennaPod for its many features, including auto-download at scheduled times, if on Wifi.
You can pick any decent podcast player, Spotify is terrible as a podcast player.
ITunes just acts as a phone book that most podcast apps will download from, you just need to download them before you leave port.
Theres loads of options, nearly all should save you progress, if you run out o.f downloads id suggest podcast addict and virtual folders if your transferring them from your laptop.
Any other questions just shout.
I don't know if it's the best, but I use:
AntennaPod for Podcasts
SmartAudiobook Player for Audiobooks.
Pocket Casts - mit Abstand die beste Podcast App (OSS Alternative: AntennaPod)
Jeg synes Antennapod er flott. Jeg skjønner ikke hva du mener med «med norske podcasts»; blir ikke det litt som å si at du leter etter en TV med NRK?
It's entirely about analytics. Podcasting is the present and future for audio (and video to a lesser extent) distribution. Apple recently added analytics to their podcast player, and NPR is following suit.
The nature of RSS distribution is such that it's very difficult (if not impossible) to properly analyze your listener base, in order to provide advertisers the data they need to be sold on your [product/audience.] The only way to gather the data they need (listening time, frequency, are you listening while driving, etc) is on the client side. Hence this acquisition.
Whether this is good or bad, acceptable or not, is up to the individual.
If it turns you off, AntennaPod is a good FOSS alternative for Android.
I can recommend AntennaPod for Android. (It also has support for built-in chapter marks, but the SoundCloud mp3 files don't have them embedded of course.)
AntennaPod is very nice, I recommend trying it out.
on Google Play
For people that are okay with a simple UI and limited features, AntennaPod is free, without ads, and open source. Rated 4.7 on the Play Store:
Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.danoeh.antennapod
I used to use Player FM, but the latest version seemed to drain my battery in the background (couldn't verify this). Read about an open source app, AntennaPod, that launched this year. No subscription, no ads. However, it is a tad buggy, and doesn't integrate well with AOD on my Note8. Still, open source, no spyware, no ads, free, and private.
Viele Podcasts wurden ja schon genannt. Zum abspielen nehme ich AntennaPod(Android). Ist kostenlos und funktioniert gut. Wird regelmäßig geupdated.
Edit: Ganz vergessen, ist auch auf Github vertreten, auch mit Link zu F-Prot falls man auf den Play Store verzichten möchte.
AntennaPod is great - free, open-source, full-featured, and none of the commercial bollocks that alternatives tend to push.
AntennaPod via Google Play
AntennaPod via F-Droid
I've been using AntennaPod for the past few months after switching from Google Play Music. I like it a lot.
I'm only really listening to two podcasts right now.
Stuff You Should Know: Truly a classic podcast, been listening since '09.
The Thinking Sideways Podcast: Not true crime, but covered some crime, mysteries and the like.
I will occasionally tune in to a JRE episode if it's someone I'm interested in.
I really like AntennaPod (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.danoeh.antennapod&hl=en_US) - it's open source, has built in speed control, a great user interface, and isn't affiliated with a podcasting network (so it's neutral). They're also great at fixing bugs quickly.
I haven't tried pocketcasts but I was with BeyondPod for years , even paid for the pro key, but they stopped updating and their export function never worked for me, so...I had to look elsewhere.
I moved to PodcastAddict and it was working fine for months even though I found the UI difficult to use. Then over a couple of days last week it downloaded 1.23gb of data on mobile, even though i had downloading over wi-fi only checked. The dev I communicated with said there was other settings to check [ too many settings] and ways to deal with the ads that use data. But I had my months data cap ruined so I looked for something else.
One day with podcast republic and I had glitches, skips and unexplained silences.
Last couple of days now I'm on AntennaPod and so far I like it. Opensource, worked on by many volunteers, it's simple and intuitive to use, and seems solid in action. Settings are by default checked > EVERYTHING DOWNLOADING ON WI-FI!
Also, No ads! If it carries on well I'll end up giving them some money.
Edit: changed MOBILE! to WI-FI! typed the opposite of what I meant.
You may actually have a point in that it would not be the ideal for safety but, at least in my experience, I don't find podcasts and audiobooks as distracting as a phone conversation.
The level of attention is not as big. You don't have to answer, and many apps let you rewind by a few seconds if you miss anything (I use AntenaPod, if you're interested), so there's no pressure on getting everything at once and thinking on a response. For me, it's no different that listening to non-music radio.
That being said, we've all had that experience of being in an unknown street and having to shut even the music down.
So I would say, in my experience, in a known street and normal traffic, with something that doesn't require full attention (I actually tried to listen to Freud's The Unconscious; don't recommend it...), it's relatively safe. However, I would be open to information saying it's not.
For passengers, I actually have an emergency "normal music" playlist, so they don't have to handle my weird stuff :) . With podcasts, sometimes I'll actually find someone that finds it interesting, and will listen with me and discuss later.
I've used stitcher before and I didn't like it. It was too clunky.
This is opensource, has loads of options and you can add via RSS feed or search the iTunes database.
I use AntennaPod. It's pretty good feature-wise, but sometimes takes a while to load things, or to start playing again if I pause, let it sit, and then resume playing later.
AntennaPod goes up to 4x, you just have to enable the speeds you want in the settings.
A lot of people think it's a bit too simple of an app but I really like it.
I use AntennaPod, it's free and open source software.
No ads whatsoever, it has synchronization with services like gPodder.net (also iTunes though I don't use that) and OPML import/export.
It doesn't use my mobile data connection since I configure it to automatically download new podcasts while I'm home so I can listen to them later on the go. The progress and subscription lists get synced in the cloud if you have a gPodder account.
Give Antennapod a try. You can find it in Google Play Store and even on F-Droid Repo (without Chromecast Support). Works like charm with musicboss.
I don't see it mentioned very much, but I use AntennaPod, which is a free podcast client. It can search the iTunes store for podcasts, which is how I added Hello from the Magic Tavern.
I just remembered that CGP Grey has actually mentioned which podcast app he uses at least once in Hello Internet (it’s called Overcast), so I looked it up to see if it has an Android version and, quite as I expected, it doesn’t. He actually has a page where he recommends podcast apps, none of which has an android version. So frustrating.
Well, I never had any problems with Podcast Addict. It does have a lot going on on the screen, but I manage it just fine. I don’t want to recommend a bunch of different apps so that you can try them yourself because that defeats the purpose of recommending stuff in the first place, but I remind of AntennaPod as an app with a very simple interface. I have to warn you though that I only tested it for a few minutes before settling on Podcast Addict.
Just don't use Spotify for non-exclusive podcasts. If you are on android, I recommend AntennaPod which is free (Free of charge, Ad-free + free as in „freedom“) and open source.
Antenna Pod. Not sure it exists in apple's ecosystem, but as a android user - I love it. Plays everything with a valid RSS feed.
If you are looking for free podcasts with no ads i suggest using the app "antennapod" ,it's the one I've been using for not only Korean pods but for other languages, it's a pretty handy app, simply search for the word " korean " and you will get tons of podcasts including TTMIKs ones.
Link : antennapod
They call it a "partnership" when it's really an acquisition. That disingenous choice of language already stinks to me. This app will become the Tunein Radio of podcast apps and when it does, I'm jumping ship. This kind of stuff is why so many people refuse to buy apps. They end up being sold to other companies and turned into corporate garbage, and if you guys think NPR or TAL are "different" or has our best interests, look at their 3.9 rated NPR One app, or This American Life's 3.7 rated app.
We should all just focus our energy on making a open source podcast client project like Antennapod or Soundwaves better. Now that would actually be a not for profit mission focus, with a true belief in the open and collaborative, to use Russel's words. That way, we won't have to worry about sudden acquisitions like this one ever again.
At least my 4 bucks got me several years of good service, but I'll think twice about paying for podcast apps from now on.
/u/93calcetines already answered exhaustively, I just wanted to add that to have good example of story-driven RPG you could begin to listen to Dungeon and Randomness.
You can start from Arc 2 and eventually catch up Arc 1 (200 episodes) as a sort of filler between the new episodes.
If you have an android phone you can download AntennaPod and listen to the podcast while commuting / doing manual labors.
They focus more on the story than the mechanics and honestly they're the best RPG podcast I've ever discovered.
App Name: Antenna pod.
Description: open source podcast manager. You can stream podcasts and even download them. All the podcasts can be added from iTunes library within the app.
I use AntennaPod. Free, open source, no ads, very little bugs (you have to work to encounter them) and experimental Chromecast support (I don't use this feature, can't speak to it). It's also fast, intuitive, and doesn't seem to drain battery. Definitely check it out
If you're on Android and want something that is open-source AntennaPod is pretty decent. You can find it from F-Droid and Google Play.
Antennapod can add arbitrary rss feeds, and accepts share intents for them, so it's easy to add them from anywhere you find them. Or you can enter them directly. It can also search on gpodder or itunes, if you like. OPML import and export.
You should try AntennaPod (PlayStore) / (F-Droid) ...just amazing !!!
I like AntennaPod, personally, because it's both free and has no ads. Get that app (or any other podcast app, really) and then use this URL to subscribe to the feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/TheAdamAndDrewShow
AntenaPod. No entanto ñ sei se tb podes usar para podcasts com vídeo - só uso para podcasts com som.
Tb à boleia deste tópico, podcasts de qualidade com jornalismo de investigação/história/actualidade há-os (audio apenas)? Eu costumo ouvir os da BBC^1/NPR^2 mas ainda ñ encontrei nada semelhante em PT.
^1 In our time, Documentary, more or less, report.
^2 Planet money.
> Pocket Casts
Пре годину дана сам прешао на АнтенаПод, не могу довољно да препоручим: нема реклама, отвореног је кода, ради ко змај.
Open source and doesn't suck.
AntennaPod: F-Droid, GitHub, ^^Play ^^store
Awesome FOSS podcast player, a very worthy alternative to Pocket Casts. Has all the features (I can think of) that Pocket Casts has, except maybe the design, but I mean you don't look at your podcast player too much so it's excusable
Shattered Pixel Dungeon: F-Droid, GitHub, ^^Play ^^store "A Roguelike RPG, with randomly generated levels, items, enemies, and traps!". I'd love to see a difficulty slider though, I feel like I'm really bad at this game: there seem to be lots of things to do in it but I'm not good enough that I can get to them.
Slide for reddit: F-Droid, GitHub, ^^Play ^^store
AntennaPod - Open Source
AntennaPod may meet your requirements. Open source as well.
AntennaPod is pretty nice and clean, especially when you hide a few things from the sidebar menu. (Also it's FOSS)
I currently use AntennaPod
Used to use Podcast Addict but it was somehow draining my battery
Några appar som jag som Android-användare rekommenderar:
AntennaPod - Trevlig podcastklient, gratis och open-source.
Authy - Utmärkt tvåstegsverifieringsapp.
Google Konsumentpanel - App som låter dig svara på enkäter, i gengäld får du någon krona i ditt Play Store-saldo.
Google Foto - Fotoapp som säkerhetskopierar dina bilder och kan sortera dem automatiskt.
GoWest - Som Västtrafiks app, fast bra.
Newsfold - Väldesignad RSS-läsare, fungerar med Feedly.
Omni - Nyhetsapp.
Solid Explorer - Klockren filhanterare.
Sync for reddit (Pro) - Fantastisk Reddit-app, mycket bättre än den officiella. Om du inte gillar den finns det en del andra bra Reddit-appar (speciellt på Android). Det finns även en gratisversion med annonser.
Weather Timeline - Riktigt snygg väderapp som låter dig välja mellan olika väderkällor (däribland YR.no)
Meningslösa batterispararappar och dylikt från Cheetah Mobile.
Have you tried the open source AntennaPod? I have used it in the past to do playlists and they have always worked very well.
Keepass2Android Password Safe
it looks like AntennaPod can do that if you make a gpodder account and log in with it in AntennaPod's settings.
Check out AntennaPod!
Check out AntennaPod: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.danoeh.antennapod
It's pretty barebones if that's what you're looking for. Also free and no in-app purchases
AntennaPod Great open-source app.
Give AntennaPod a try. It seems to have most of the features listed. The app is available from F-droid too.
Instead of Castbox I'd suggest Antennapod (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.danoeh.antennapod&hl=en)
Totally open source - available on F-Droid as well.
I'm using AntennaPod for a few days and seems pretty decent.
AntennaPod - also available on F-Droid as it's an open source app. I switched to it from PocketCasts and I love it.
AntennaPod - free, no ads, open source, clean and intuitive design.
Can also use the RSS feeds:
Punch that into your favorite podcast app (e.g., AntennaPod for Android, the solid open-source option) and just scroll through the list and tap download on all the episodes you want.
Or the mac people can use iTunes.
Antennapod has worked great for me.
Ich würde dir empfehlen, F-Droid als AppStore zu benutzen: https://f-droid.org/
Die beste Podcast App ist meiner Meinung nach AntennaPod, die ist OpenSource und findet sich deshalb sowohl bei F-Droid als auch im Play Store:
F-droid , Google Play
Install AntennaPod and subscribe to the following podcasts:
Waking Up with Sam
Harris (the first two episodes are guided meditations)
10% Happier with Dan
I've had good experiences with the meditations on the first two, haven't tried the rest (but the talks are interesting).
That's exactly how I use Antennapod
Seven intermediate podcasts in Italian for non-Italians.
If you don't have Spotify, you can get them all for free on AntennaPod for Android.
Antennapod with gpodder integration. I think it supports paid subscriptions
I like Antennapod. Free and open source.
AntennaPod. All the options power user needs from an open source application.
There is probably a dozen of great podcast-optimized audio players.
I'm currently using AntennaPod.
AntennaPod is bare bone. Ad free and open source. Not the best but light.
Antennapod is the best one I've used. And it's open source.
Yup, it's an app. On f-droid at https://f-droid.org/app/de.danoeh.antennapod, or Google Play at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.danoeh.antennapod
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.danoeh.antennapod Antennapod is a clean, marerial-designed app. If I wasn't already using Pocket Casts I'd use this one.
This is your answer. AntennaPod is open source so many are viewing the code, there is no analytics, no ads, and it doesn't phone home anywhere. It also customizable and makes a google player for local content too.
Source code: https://github.com/AntennaPod/AntennaPod
Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.danoeh.antennapod
Link search easy stop panicking people it's all good.
For podcasts, i use this.
Use AntennaPod! Powerful, efficient and Open Source!
You can try antennapod.
You can listen to Junaid on AntennaPod
For podcasts, add https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.danoeh.antennapod
AntennaPod für Android ist open source, kostenlos sowie tracker- und werbefrei.
I'm trying to add some that haven't been mentioned before.
AntennaPod for Podcasts - also available on F-Droid
Cupful for converting cups to ml/g
Solid Explorer - (PAID) file manager that looks great and works perfectly with cloud storage too.
Voice Audiobook Player - just the right amount of options to listen to internal storage audiobook files on your phone. Also available on F-Droid.
Chrome Remote Desktop - works with other browsers too. Very easy to setup remote control for your computer.
AntennaPod has a widget which shows remaing time of the playing episode.
Here (again) are my favorites, links are Spotify but you can also get them on my fave FREE PodCast app:
These are the six I'm currently following.
These are ALL made for students. They speak clearly and (mostly) slowly. They stop and explain key words.
Oggi Parliamo is probably the slowest. Pensieri e Parole is slow and clear but is quite "educated". iSpeakItaliano is slow*ish* but is good because it repeats many words and concepts every day (it is 6 days a week, SO much content).
Antennapod has a next button.
Best option on Android for privacy is AntennaPod. It's a free and open source podcast player.
AntennaPod | 4.7 rating | Free | 500,000+ downloads | Search manually
> AntennaPod is a podcast manager and player that gives you instant access to millions of free and paid podcasts, from independent podcasters to large publishing houses such as the BBC, NPR and CNN. Add, import ...
Payment model: Free (open-source)
I like it because: It's easy to use and quite smooth.
Payment model: Free (opensource)
I like it because: It's smooth. Doesn't include any trackers. Has quite decent features.
Another vote for AntennaPod, even though I personally use Google Podcasts as well.
Outlook or FairEmail
Boost or, if you want a FOSS alternative, Infinity
Firefox (Nightly) or Bromite
> couldn't find it on Play Store
Antennapod works really well and it's open source.
Antennapod, its open source without any ads or iap.
Really depends on your usage -
Anntennapod - Foss, no bells and whistles just works without any fuss.
Podcast Addict - the champion of Android podcasts apps, bells and whistles on the bells and whistles. Free but has ads, pay to remove
Podcast Guru- good looking with web app in latest beta, yearly sub needed for web app and device sync
Capsule - free, doesn't have loads of features but the devs are always adding stuff
Tsacdop - wild card, found it the other day, doesn't look like any podcast app I've ever used in a good way. Loads of really nice UI touches, takes a bit of getting used to but so far ive found it good
Edit: added links
Late to the party but why not giving a try to AntennaPod that you could find on
- f-droid as it is open source (and no weird permissions) https://f-droid.org/fr/packages/de.danoeh.antennapod/
- Google Play https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.danoeh.antennapod
I don't listen to podcasts but this is getting a lot of praise, so...
Use a podcast manager. I use gpodder but I think you could use any good manager. Here's the rss link you need to subscribe. If you're on mobile, antennapod works like a charm
<strong>AntennaPod</strong> - Free - Rating: 73/100 - Search for 'Lightflow' on the <strong>Play Store</strong>. ------. ^Source ^Code ^| ^Feedback/Bug ^report.
Antennapod works on older Android versions, can stream and is free (both as in freedom and in price.)
Antennapod on F-Droid
Antennapod on Play Store
AntennaPod is free podcast app without ads. It has all the useful features of paid apps. Streaming too!
AntennaPod can do that. At least it did back when i used it
I use AntennaPod. You can import/export OPML, search iTunes podcasts, sync with GPodder.net, etc.
Antennapod is free and open source
Use iTunes or AntennaPod (Android).
Try AntennaPod https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.danoeh.antennapod
It's long (57 minutes), but if you set playback speed to about 1.25x or 1.5x, it's still understandable. If you're on Android and don't have a podcast player (or don't have one with adjustable playback speed), AntennaPod is good and free.
Video version: https://www.texastribune.org/2018/03/07/texas-tribcast-2018-primary-live/
How about this one then https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=de.danoeh.antennapod