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I have been using it for years. It lets you stream or downloaded the podcast (in case you want to save data or will not have a solid connection).
Google Play music also has podcast functionality built into it.
I use BeyondPod - it lets me schedule when I want to update my podcasts. You can set conditions like "At midnight but only if I'm on WIFI and only if my phone is charging". It also lets you automatically set up playlists, like "The 3 most recent episodes of Podcast A and the 4 most recent episodes of Podcast B". There are a LOT of settings in this app, so it might be overwhelming.
Most Podcast apps will have a "directory" or "library", which is a listing of podcasts that they know about and you can browse them. But! If you know about a podcast already and you can't find it in the directory (like, maybe you found one randomly on the internet somewhere), the podcast will usually have an "RSS feed URL" that you can take and enter into your podcast app. Then, the podcast app will be able to look at that feed (when you tell it to) and download any new episodes it sees for you.
Three random podcasts I listen to frequently (that you may or may not like):
Not sure what you mean by Google apps are smoother on iPhone than on pixel, my experience has been the opposite.
For podcasts, BeyondPod podcast manager was one of the major reasons I couldn't wait to get back to android. I have always found this app to be far more powerful and easy to use than the iphone podcasts app.
Plenty of selfie flash apps to choose from on android
The other stuff is just personal preference, and I can't fault you for having an opinion :)
I'm a big fan of BeyondPod. It's very powerful. Not only does it auto-download new podcasts from my feeds every night (you can set this to whenever you want), but it has a customizable "auto-playlist" feature. I set which podcasts I want to appear in the playlist in what order, so when I finish my current playlist, it automatically builds a new one from the latest episodes. Of course, you can still customize the playlist once it's built, and sometimes I do. But most of the time, all I have to do is hit "play".
It might take a little while to get set up the way you like, but once you do, it's just automatic; you don't even have to think about it.
It's available as an RSS feed at [link] so you can just download the MP3 from there into anything you like. For example I listen to it on my phone having downloaded it into BeyondPod.
A lot depends on your usage patterns. Personally, I love BeyondPod, primarily because of the Smart Playlist feature (first, play the newest episode from this feed, then the newest 3 from across this category, then the oldest 5 from here, etc). It lets me configure a variety and then just let it go, with minimal interaction as I'm listening in the car.
I've been using BeyondPod for about 4 years. It's nice.
I don't have any complaints. You can move content and the app to external storage in Marshmallow, which is nice.
I'm a huge fan of BeyondPod (Android). Granted, the unlocked version is the better, with auto & mass update available, but the free version is quite good too.
I've been using BeyondPod for years and works great for me! Started using it when Google killed off Google Reader. Anyway, it works w/ AndroidAuto too!
another vote for BeyondPod . been using if for years now (since SGSII days I think) and it gets better and better. sleeps timers, playlists, easy lock screen controls. Works for me.
BeyondPod on PlayStore
+1 for BeyondPod (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=mobi.beyondpod&hl=en_US). Easy to use and customize and it does what it's intended to do.
Here are the download options for BeyondPod
Once you set it to download all episodes, just refresh the feed and it will start downloading
I'd highly recommend BeyondPod. I've used this app for years and there was a free version, at least when I first installed it. It will remember where you left off, has a great material design interface, let's you make groups of subscriptions and put together playlist on the fly. And that's just the beginning I'm not sure what features are premium but I'm sure the basics described are free. One of the functions that I think is premium, is a sleep timer where it will stop playing if you don't give the phone a light shake, which is great for listening in bed.
Check it out! I've only payed for a handful of apps, and this is one that I think is well worth it for a podcast listener..
Fair enough, I've used it for a couple of years now at this stage. DoggCatcher is but one of many podcast apps, there are hundreds of free ones in the play store. All apps go on sale at different times of the year. I know I got DoggCatcher when it was on sale, for free with survey credit.
If you don't already have Google Opinion Rewards installed then I reccomend installing it. It's free, gives you surveys in the form of things like asking if you visited x store on x day (if you have location turned on so that pays for itself) and if you had a good experience or if you like cheese etc and you get free play store credit in return which you can then use to buy paid apps. Just be honest on it or you won't get any more surveys.
You could try [link] I remember this was one of the ones I tried to see if I even wanted use a podcast app and it sold me on the concept. I just looked the look and behavior of DoggCatcher more but to each their own. It's a free version and there is a paid upgrade. Not sure of what limitations there are with the free version as it has been a few years since I last tried it.
The setting is called "Replay on Resume", and the choices are "Do not Replay", "Last 5 sec.", "Last 15 sec.", and "Last 30 sec.".
I've been using the paid version of BeyondPod for a few years now, and I've been pretty happy with it. I also like the option to stop playback when I turn off my Bluetooth headset or when I unplug headphones. I also use the smart playlist feature to automatically order episodes by category: 5-minute news summary first, then any of "Listen Immediately" (ATP, HI and Cortex), then everything else.
Also check out BeyondPod. Free 7 day full featured trial. It's the podcast app I used to use when I had an Android phone. If you find you like podcasts, it's definitely worth paying for in my opinion.
Beyondpod does this. The paid version is $5, but you can give the app a try for free. I've been using it for years, and it is still receiving regular updates for functionality and compatibility. If I remember correctly, the episode sync feature does require you to sign in with an account to their server so that it can get progress synced across devices, but I do about the same thing with my phone and a tablet at home.
Oh android? Then also try BeyondPod/Podcast Republic. Pretty sure you'll love one of them :)
Also if you don't mind me asking, which app did you use to listen to podcasts before?
I've been using Beyondpod for a few years and have enjoyed it.
I like BeyondPod. I've been using it for years.
BeyondPod - [link]
Podcasts are basically prerecorded radio shows, ready to be downloaded by you. Or you can subscribe (using a special type of software) so the podcasts episodes are downloaded for you. The great thing is that the podcasts are usually (but not always) single-subject. Love music? Music podcasts, galore! Any subject you want, there's probably a podcast for it... as far as good ones, well, that's up to you but I have a few suggestions, below... ;)
Also, I recommend gPodder for desktop podcatching software and BeyondPod for Android. But you don't need these to listen to individual episodes, just if you want to subscribe and have new episodes delivered as they are released.
===== NEWS =====
Global News ,--[link]
NPR: 7AM ET News Summary Podcast ,--[link]
Wall Street Journal This Morning ,--[link]
White House Speeches ,--[link]
White House Press Briefings ,--[link]
All Hands Radio ,--[link]
Inside the FBI ,--[link]
===== TECH =====
FLOSS Weekly ,--[link]
this WEEK in TECH - MP3 Edition ,--[link]
Security Now! ,--[link]
Hacker Public Radio ,--[link]
Hacker Medley ,--[link]
Leo Laporte - The Tech Guy ,--[link]
Off The Hook: high-bitrate MP3 feed ,--[link]
Off The Wall: high-bitrate MP3 feed ,--[link]
The Ars Technicast ,--[link]
Wired's Gadget Lab Podcast in Audio ,--[link]
Maximum PC - No BS Podcast ,--[link]
TechCrunch Gadgets Podcast ,--[link]
Cool Tools ,--[link]
===== MUSIC =====
solipsistic NATION ,--[link]
Ultima Thule Ambient Music ,--[link]
Ambient,--[link], Film Score, Soundscapes, Progressive, sPaces
A State of Trance Official Podcast ,--[link]
Above & Beyond: Group Therapy ,--[link]
Tiësto`s Club Life Podcast ,--[link]
Radio Three Sixty ACC ,--[link]
The Going Quantum Podcast ,--[link]
===== ENTERTAINMENT / INFOTAINMENT =====
Stuff You Should Know ,--[link]
The Art of Manliness ,--[link]
The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe ,--[link]
Tell Me Something I Don't Know ,--[link]
NPR Programs: Fresh Air Podcast ,--[link]
KCRW's To the Point ,--[link]
LISNews Netcast Network ,--[link]
Decode DC ,--[link]
Cory Doctorow's craphound.com » Podcast ,--[link]
Grammar Girl Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing ,--[link]
Gnostic Media » Podcast ,--[link]
Studio 360 from PRI and WNYC ,--[link]
Scriptnotes Podcast ,--[link]
The Story of Stuff Project ,--[link]
Travel with Rick Steves ,--[link]
NPR Programs: Tell Me More Podcast ,--[link]
No Agenda ,--[link]
My History Can Beat Up Your Politics ,--[link]
Freakonomics Radio ,--[link]
MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode ,--[link]
APM: Marketplace Whiteboard ,--[link]
NPR: Planet Money Podcast ,--[link]
APM: Marketplace ,--[link]
APM: Marketplace Money ,--[link]
WNYC's Radiolab ,--[link]
Science Friday Audio Podcast ,--[link]
StarTalk Radio Show by Neil deGrasse Tyson » Shows ,--[link]
Skepticality:The Official Podcast of Skeptic Magazine ,--[link]
This American Life ,--[link]
Friday Night Comedy from BBC Radio 4 ,--[link]
NPR Programs: Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me! Podcast ,--[link]
NPR: Car Talk Podcast ,--[link]
Writing Excuses » Podcast Feed ,--[link]
WTF with Marc Maron Podcast - Episodes ,--[link]
How Did This Get Made? ,--[link]
Beware the Hairy Mango ,--[link]
You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes ,--[link]
The Philosophy Podcast ,--[link]
Every Day Fiction » Podcasts ,--[link]
Real Time with Bill Maher ,--[link]
NPR: Ask Me Another Podcast ,--[link]
SModcast » SModcast ,--[link]
SModcast » Jay & Silent Bob Get Old ,--[link]
PRI: Michael Feldman's Whad'Ya Know? ,--[link]
Penn's Sunday School ,--[link]
Girl on Guy with Aisha Tyler ,--[link]
Capitol Steps: Politics Takes a Holiday ,--[link]
Upvoted by reddit ,--[link]
===== SCI-FI / FANTASY ======
Escape Pod ,--[link]
The Functional Nerds ,--[link]
SF Signal ,--[link]
Geek's Guide to the Galaxy ,--[link]
SF Squeecast ,--[link]
Spider on the Web ,--[link]
Lightspeed Magazine ,--[link]
The Dungeons & Dragons Podcast ,--[link]
Wizards.com - Dungeons & Dragons ,--[link]
ForceCast net Star Wars News and Commentary All Shows ,--[link]
More Sonic Fiction ,--[link]
Sonic Fiction ,--[link]
Comics Alliance Presents War Rocket Ajax ,--[link]
X Minus One Podcast ,--[link]
The Nerdist ,--[link]
Warren Ellis ,--[link]
Thrilling Adventure Hour ,--[link]
Critical Hit: A Dungeons and Dragons Campaign ,--[link]
Sword & Laser ,--[link]
Watchtower Radio ,--[link]
Welcome to Night Vale ,--[link]
==== ADULT ====
The WoodRocket Podcast ,--[link]
Erotic Awakening Podcast ,--[link]
Kinsey Confidential ,--[link]
Sex With Timaree (Podcast Edition) ,--[link]
Why Are People Into That? ,--[link]
The Rialto Report ,--[link]
Inside the Industry Radio ,--[link]
Sex Wonks ,--[link]
Sex Nerd Sandra ,--[link]
Polyamory Weekly ,--[link]
Savage Lovecast ,--[link]
I'd like to recommend a couple of apps today that I never really see mentioned on here.
BeyondPod: Absolutely the best podcast app you'll ever have. Has a fully material design interface and absolutely awesome.
Cabinet: Awesome file browser app, no idea why any of you people use that ugly ESFilebrowser.
Darker: Automatically darkens the screen below the factory default. Really helpful for me in the morning/night when there's little light.
Cryten: Absolutely fantastic app icons. Actually responds to your requests and puts them in.
Heads-up: App that shows notifications in a "heads-up" fashion like suggested in the app title. Been using this for ages, love it.
Keepass2Android: Pretty much the only and best keepass app for android. It now has some materialness to it, so it's pretty awesome.
Month: Calender Widget: Beautiful app, but they're starting to place advertisements to get more themes by placing them in the calender...kinda dumb.
Macrodroid: Easier than Tasker, more features than Automagic. Allows you to have multiple of everything: triggers, actions, constraints. It's awesome.
SketchBookX: I don't use it too often since I can't draw, but it's a really awesome app which is totally free and has a bunch of different ways to....draw.
Screen timeout toggle: I have this so my phone doesn't turn off in the default amount of time. I can put my phone on my qi charger and always look over when I need to, and my phone is ready to go.
The app hasn't been updated in over a year (Last Update: Nov 6, 2016)
Just use Podcast Addict or Pocket Casts.
1.5x speed ;) BeyondPod has this, as well as many others.
I like beyondpod. It comes with a free trial so you can experience the pro features for a while :)
I've been using BeyondPod for a couple years and never had a problem. Easy search options and quick downloads.
You can set Fwd and Rwd to 5,10,20, or 30 sec independently. Each episode picks up where you left off. Download without being subscribed will be tough to find, but you can categorize(folder) feeds. And you can choose your start-up page - Feed List, Player, or PlayList
Or just use a proper podcast app such as BeyondPod.
I use BeyondPod Been using it for years.
Använder BeyondPod och är mycket nöjd.
Probier mal "Beyond Pod" [link]
I don't see it on Stitcher, either. :(
I use BeyondPod mostly.
<strong>BeyondPod</strong> - Great widget, true dark theme, sorting options, easy playlist sorting.
I don't represent the Yogscast in copyright matters, however, I only ever heard of one guy getting prior authorization from the Yogscast re-uploading to Youtube, and I believe he deleted those videos. You can assume anything else (even if they say "i have copyrights and fair uses so neener neener") uploaded is unathorized and reportable, which you should do <strong>here.</strong>
You can directly download them in mp3 format, stream them from the web, get them from any number of podcasting apps on tablets, phones, personal media players, and computers, usually by searching the app's podcast section or "store".
BeyondPod should do the trick. All episodes and downloaded episodes are seperate, and individual episodes can be favorited, but don't go to a favorites list? So you may have to share your favorites to a Keep list for reference. Just don't use the Beta v4.2.19 if you decide to try it.
I've been using BeyondPod for years now, its great and does the job.
I enjoy BeyondBod for android phones! You can search for the YogPod(& Triforce) and HatFilms if that's your thing.
BeyondPod também é muito bom.
download the beyond pod app, i think it's only for android but it definitely does that:
My short opinion as a Audio primarily listener. I've been a listener from the beginning of LAS.
My general use case is to listen to all Jupiter Broadcasting podcast's with the exception of WTR.
Generally I do this while at the gym, commuting or doing chores etc. When listening to it it's primarily over rss, downloaded daily with the BeyondPod client on android.
My favourite shows without a doubt is LUP & BSDNOW. Making LAS more audio oriented could probably put it on top since it now can be a tad out of context. Noah's Yubikey was sadly horrible to listen to since it was rather slow going. It still peaked my interests and my buying of a Yubikey is 100% thanks to Noah.
In general the conversation heavy episodes I can listen to 2 or more times if the conversation is interesting since they can be rather thought provoking and I might not have given them my full attention on the first listen.
With some shows I might fall-back to Youtube but I only use it for the audio. The simple reason here is that I easily can move it with me, track where I was in the video or just toss it over to a chromecast. On the odd occasion there's something from a show I want to see I look around the show notes for the source material or flip trough the video to about the same place as my audio podcast.
The plan of having separate videos instead of having a video show would be a excellent idea.
It would most likely greatly increase the amount of Jupiter Broadcasting videos I view.
On the Audio side I must first say I'm completely in love with the new LUP remixing since it greatly increases the audio quality on my phone. I no longer need to raise the volume when the mumble room speaks.
Further enhancing on the audio and possibly video side would be
* Distribution of all tutorials and interviews in audio format.
* Show notes included in downloaded podcasts where possible
* New rss feeds to reflect the content being made available
Hope my point of view is of any help in your future decisions =)
Why Pocket Casts over something like Beyondpod?
BeyondPod is my favourite podcast player.
I prefer BeyondPod
BeyondPod is my favorite podcasting client, and is the app I use the most.
BeyondPod works on android auto:
BeyondPod is great if you're running Android.
BeyondPod Podcast Manager
I don't actually use itunes either, I get it through my preferred android app which happens to be BeyondPod.
I am sorry, there's no free podcast casts. You can try BeyondPod.
1-43 are on there already.
I like BeyondPod for podcasts.
BeyondPod has worked well for me.
You can try
AntennaPod | Google Play Link
Sparse RSS | Google Play Link
Flym(Based off of sparse) | Google Play Link
TTRSS | Google Play Link