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Pocket Casts is a paid app which is very clean, simple, and easy to use. It lists a lot of popular feeds. I've been using it for a few years and I have no complaints.
You might be using Google Play Music (or any other podcast app) for podcasts
You should be using Pocket Casts for podcasts.
I recommend Pocket Casts on Android. Best couple of bucks I ever spent, has most every podcast published and syncs across devices/pc's link on play store
I started working last year and the daily commute coming and going to work by bus has been vastly improved with this app.
Variable speed and cutting silence means I can listen to all my podcasts per week and I can keep sane while waiting for a bus or riding a packed bus.
Awesome app, I've had playback issues maybe twice since I installed it but they were fixed immediately. Good customer support too. (Motorola device specific)
I bought the web version aswell and I don't really use it that much but it's useful when you need it.
Hands down my favorite podcast app. Active development and very responsive to any bug reports, this app is the flagship of Google's MD ambition. I remember they took a while to implement the new design when Google launched it, but wow did they knock it out of the park from day one. None of that left slide out drawer + FAB nonsense.
Two really really great apps:
Love Pocket Casts. One of the most used apps on my phone. Really clean and slick design. Especially like how the the interface colour automatically adjusts to match the album art of the current pod cast.
Also, I had no idea they release web access. Definitely be using that
Give PocketCasts a try, costs a few bucks but well worth it. Comes with a online tool that you can listen to podcasts from a web browser but its not free.
As an alternative check out Pocket Casts. I haven't used AntennaPod so I can't say it's better or worse, it's just what I personally use and I'm just throwing another option out there for you.
Pocketcasts is probably the best podcast app for Android. It has pretty much every podcast you can think of. You won't be disappointed.
Not to be a dick or anything, but use this as a reason to change your app update rules. Also, feel free to swing by the play store and let them know through a review that you're upset about the lack of transparency and heads up that this feature that you heavily rely on isn't there anymore.
Absolutely Pocket Casts.
CastBox is a good free alternative.
For podcasts Pocket Casts: [link]
Reddit - Sync for Reddit: [link]
Marvel Unlimited is available on Android as well
I'm not sure for Craigslist, but I'm sure there are some apps.
For years I used PocketCasts ($3.99) but have recently tried out Podcast Addict ($2.99 for no ads) after reading about it here and I really, really like it. The ability to also stream radio stations pushed it over the top for me. It also allows you to search iTunes for podcasts.
Nah. Some dude made that word up and it stuck.
Podcasts are platform agnostic, as in you can listen to them on anything with an internet connection. If you're on a PC then you just go to the podcast's page and you can listen to it right there.
Podcast apps on phones and such just give you a convenient place to keep them all together and updated (also handy features like speeding up/slowing down the audio, playlists, favorites and sleep timer).
If you're on Android I highly recommend [link]
The best podcast app for Android is generally agreed to be Pocket Casts. You can set up auto downloads over wifi for as many different podcasts as you'd like. You can also set the auto cleanup feature which removes any episodes past a certain point ("Keep latest 10 episodes").
Pocket Casts @ €3.99 plus Pocket Casts Web @ €9.52 = €13.51
Sounds steep, but is a bargain given that it's one time payments for lifetime access to the best cross-platform podcast service there is.
Without the web service, it's just a really, really good Android app.
With it, your podcasts and all of your settings and play states just sync to everything with an Internet connection and a browser.
Start listening on your phone, resume on your work PC and continue at home. No matter the OS. There's even excellent wrappers (for Windows, Mac and Linux) that make Pocket Casts feel pretty much like a native app on those platforms, with media controls and all.
to that list.
I think the general consensus is that Pocket Casts is best third-party podcast app available across all platforms. If you prefer using first-party apps, give Google Podcasts a look.
What the hell is wrong with you? If you think you'd use it, buy it. If you don't, don't buy it.
All you had to do to find out it was paid was click on the damn play store link in the OP's link: [link]
I received my Pixel 2XL this week and since I am addicted to the Podcast media immediately tried my Pocket Cast app. It works excellent. I went ahead and upgraded to the paid version.
I would strongly recommend podcasts- there are a ton of them out there that are free in every subject you could think of. I'd use PocketCasts to download them ahead of time from your home internet connection so it doesn't use any data.
If you look on the Play store at the reviews sorted by newest, it's not just a few nerdy redditors leaving bad reviews, but pages and pages of 1 or 2 star mentioning that the new version ruined a well loved app:
Anyone that reads reviews before they buy something as most of us do, that's going to scare away alot of potential buyers.
If you listen to podcasts and haven't shelled out for Pocket Casts, then your life is about to get so much better. You need to do it right now.
It's among the best $4 I've ever spent.
If you're an android user, I suggest Pocketcasts. It'll cost you about $3-5, but it's a solid app.
I second all of the podcasts that /u/notleonardodicaprio suggested (except Bill Burr's, because I haven't tried that one), and would also add:
I've never used any as I find the Iphone one works fine for me but I've seen a LOT of love around for Pocket Casts. For both iOS and Android.
They're like talk radio shows you download from the internet. You can subscribe to them using mobile apps — I use Pocket Casts — or copy them to an MP3 player from your computer. The best running-related one is Marathon Talk (best in my opinion, it's rather Anglo-centric so may appeal less to trans-Atlantic people).
If you want one with nice design, there's Pocket casts. It is free for basic usage and has a subscription based "plus" level
There's a new app called Podurama that has amazing design. It's in early access. It has a web player too
any podcast app. a lot of people like pocket casts on android (myself included) which is a steal at $4, but even the stock google play app can play RSS feeds
Auf dem Weg zur Arbeit, mit dem Handy (Pocket Casts auf Android, klare Empfehlung geht raus!) über BT im Auto.
Ansonsten auf langen Autofahrten (pendel über 500km) und wenn ich zu Fuß unterwegs bin mit Kopfhörern.
Our feed is soooo damn old it took us a bit. But a bunch of you have been asking for it.
I'm sticking with Pocket Casts on Android, and Overcast on iOS for now, but let me know how you like it if you try out Google Play Music for podcasts!
Pocket Casts is the highly-acclaimed podcast app for its Material Design, packed features, and top support. It can do all of these things you're looking for.
Another vote for Pocket Casts here. OP, you are describing features that Pocket Casts offers. Also if you like listening on a computer as well it offers cross platform syncing for a really small fee. I can't remember because I bought it a while ago and it was so small but oh so worth it.
I like it, and use it sometimes, but... I can't seem to find a way to launch Google podcasts without voice control. Sometimes I just want to tap the screen but don't want to type out a command to get there.
Google Play Music has podcasts, but it's not the same as Google Podcasts?... it all has me confused, so I usually just end up using PocketCasts ¯_(ツ)_/¯
Edit: I found out how to add Google Podcasts to your homescreen! Not just a shortcut to the one you added Google Assistant to Play.
Daily podcast listener. Both hands up for Pocket Casts
Spend the 4 bucks or whatever. It's got every feature you want and it's beautiful.
Personalmente mi trovo benissimo con Pocket Casts che è a pagamento (3.99€), ma prima di fare il salto ho usato Castbox che brutta brutta non è.
I had some reward points saved up as well. Spent them on Pocket Casts. It's a pretty cool Podcast manager.
I believe it costs Rs. 99/- now
Google Play podcasts is [IMO] not a great podcatcher. The problem with it is that they have to specifically allow you onto their platform. I've seen some people go weeks after submitting and never hearing back. Meanwhile most (not all) other podcatchers allow you to use their curated lists but also bring in your own feeds.
I'm assuming you're on android, in which case I'd recommend Pocket Casts. I've been using it for over four years now and it's fantastic. Pocket Casts does cost $4 but if you want a free podcatcher I've heard good things Podcast Addict, I've personally never used it so I can't vouch for it whole-heartedly.
Pocketcasts is great, well supported
I think it's a paid app..
I looked it's $4, totally worth it though, been using it for years
The app Pocketcasts has a voice boosting feature. You turn it on in single podcast and click to apply it to the rest. It was essential when I was using the 6p.
PocketCasts, it isn't free but soo much better than Podcast Addict. It has material design, auto download, filters and tons more. It really is worth the price.
Det är några podcasts jag gillar att lyssna på.
Kan även rekommendera grym app i mitt tyckte för det också - Pocket Casts.
I cannot recommend pocketcasts enough, the best podcast app by a long shot, it will cost you $4, but totally worth it if you listen to podcasts on a regular basis
I'll be sticking with Pocket Casts which is fantastic. I've had my fingers burnt before by Google changing/ceasing services.
Pocketcasts has been a godsend for this. It also syncs across devices which is pretty great. I used to use Beyondpod as a free one but the recent reviews state it's gone to shit so I don't have a free suggestion :(
Like MarxN said, I like Google Play Music a lot but if you just want to listen to podcasts, you might be better off using Pocket Casts or some other app
a lot of people enjoy pocket casts which is a steal at $4 if you listen to podcasts with any relative frequency
but really you can use any podcast app to listen to IIWY, you don't need a specific app to access a specific show. even google play music (which I believe comes preloaded on all android phones) can play podcasts
It is a 1 time fee, but I really like Pocketcasts. Good clean interface, and easy to find podcasts.
I think it is another pay for feature, but you can also continue/pick up where you left off, and listen in your browser as well.
I hope that helps!
If you are looking for an awesome podcast app, I've had Pocket Casts for a while now and love it. Probably one of the most polished apps out there.
I am a fan of Fragmented. I know that there is a new one I've seen on Pocket Casts called Material, but I haven't checked it out yet
1 bag is ~2000 kcal per meal, and I suppose you can divide that up anyway you want. If you divide it into four meals, that's one cup each. I've seen elsewhere people using a thermos with icecubes to keep their mix cool, but I haven't tried it.
7 days = 28 - 500 kcal meals, OR 21 ~666 kcal meals.
How long does 40km of public transit take you? If you haven't already, now is a good time to get into podcasts to pass the time. Pocket Casts is my go-to for this sort of stuff.
Du willst Pocketcast. Inklusive Sonos-Einbettung und sync der letzten gehörten Stelle über Devicegrenzen hinweg. Unterstützt Kapitelmarken und Shownotes.
> When you compare Google Podcasts to popular podcasting apps for Android such as Pocket Casts (paid)or Podcast Addict you will notice that offer better functionality.
Can't even grammar right haha.
I find Podcasts to be fine personally. Not as robust, but it does what it needs to well and is pretty. I've found some new podcasts that I quite like with Google's suggestions too so I'm not mad.
Well you can get the Pocket Cast app. It costs a few dollars but it's the best podcast app I've ever had. Let's you subscribe to podcasts you listen regularly or let's you find new ones by genre, language, region, etc, has notifications on new episodes (if you want), it can also pre-download your podcast as soon as it's available (if you want), or you can download it by hand. Or stream it. You can have it automatically delete downloaded podcasts when you've listened to it entirely, to save space. You can tell it where you want it to download (phone or SD card). You can skip ahead or back by a customizable amount of time (10, 20, 30 seconds, whatever). It's great for skipping long intros or mid-podcast music you don't care for. Also rollback 5-10 seconds because you missed a joke, etc.
It also lets you create an account. Highly recommended because it then synchronises where you were when you stopped listening, so you can continue streaming/listening on another device, like the tablet at home or on PC. And if your phone dies, no biggie, you just put your account back in on the new phone and it'll tell you where you last stopped listening. Really nice stuff.
I use the Pocket Casts Android app, and here are some of the features:
So, for your use-case, you could subscribe to podcasts on his phone, and the phone would only download episodes while on Wi-Fi. I have not used the synchronization feature of Pocket Casts, but you may be able to kinda-sorta remote control by synchronizing settings on the web platform with the Android device.
I use Pocket Casts on Android. [link] that's my stats since they added stats because I bought this app years ago.
[link] link to the app for anyone interested.
Link. It costs a little bit of money, but it's worth it. You can also download podcasts normally exclusive to iTunes, and you can sync it up to Play Music to play it through that app.
If you use the Pocket Casts app (for iOS or Android) you can link to a specific moment in a podcast
On iOS Overcast is great.
For Android Pocket Casts is fantastic.
Pocket cast - Paid (recommended,easy to use)
Podcast addict- I use this one
I do this too with an app called PocketCasts. It saves where I am across devices, pauses with "Alexa, pause." and pushes it back to my phone when I disconnect the bluetooth if I need to go out.
The dev might do an Alexa Skill later on, but nothing official's been said.
Yeah there is now, sorry. Forgot to enable it this time
BTW you should totally get a podcatcher (my favourites for iOS and Android)
Pocket Casts, TOTALLY worth the $3.99. Best podcast app out there.
I took some phone screenshots of ABGT inside the Pocket Casts app...
Kan för er som har Android rekommendera appen Pocket Casts.
Snygg design, mycket poddar även på svenska och den tillåter dig att ladda ner avsnitt så du inte behöver streama och ta slut på din surfpott. Kostar drygt en tjuga men det tycker jag definitivt att den är värd.
Edit: Verkar tydligen finnas på iOs också. Kan dock inte uttala mig om hur den är där.
Eu uso o Pocket Cast. Nao e gratis mas para mim valeu o investimento. Eu configurei ele para baixar episodios novos, apagar antigos (voce escolhe quantos manter), so baixar no WiFi e quando estiver carregando (geralmente de noite enquanto eu durmo). Eu provei uns gratis, nao fiquei satisfeito, fiz uma pesquisa, achei esse, gostei muito.
I'd recommend you try Pocket Casts. It's frequently on the top of "Best Android Podcast clients" lists, and Grey's favorite, Overcast, even linked to them from within their app.
Not him but, Pocketcasts is by far the best podcast app I've used. I highly recommended it. The price is a bit hefty for an app ($3.99) but it's well worth it!
Pocket Casts ([link])
Wolfram Alpha ([link])
El reproductor de podcast Pocket Casts ahora es gratis (antes costaba $4), bájenla para que puedan escuchar el podcast de Nanutria :).
Actually its a big feature. Its the second one on their bulleted list on their website "Up Next syncing" and at the top of not one, but two feature categories on their Play store page.
>Sync: Subscriptions, Up Next, listening history, playback and filters are all securely stored in the cloud. You can pick up where you left off on another device and even the web.
Anecdotally, I moved to a new phone last year, sometime before the buyout acquisition, and didn't have to touch a thing. Also Anecdotally, I lost hours of meticulous work to v7.
I don’t have an answer for you but I will say that I used to use play music for podcasts but I haven’t looked back after switching to pocketcasts ([link]). I find it far superior to any podcast app I’ve used and it does sync between devices.
Yes, GPM is an awful podcast player. I ditched it about 5 mins after I started using it. I'd suggest using Pocket Casts. Aside from it being a far superior functioning and looking UI, it also allows you to search from both Google and Apple's podcast library.
IF you have a smartphone, there's a good app called Pocket Casts (for iPhone, Android) that I really like. It allows you to slightly speed up the play, and automatically cuts silences. Probably available for Samsung. It does cost something around $2, though there are also lots of free apps, too.
I've only recently discovered podcasts, and am finding soooo much great content.
Both are available in the Pocket Casts App. It costs a couple bucks but I used Google Play Rewards credits to get it and really like it.
Two side notes:
Some of the Early Acq Inc episodes before they started "The Series" are available in the Dungeon Delve Podcast put together by Chris Perkins. He also has many of the Dice Camera Action episodes in there.
If you are getting an Android phone you should download the Google Opinion Rewards app. You take short surveys and get free Google Play Credits. It's very nice.
For apps, I recommend Pocket Casts. They've got a good selection of Japanese-language podcasts.
If you're looking for podcasts, I really like ひいきびいき. It's a podcast where the two hosts talk about a different topic every week, and it's really chill.
Pocket Casts is a great podcast app if your on Android, allows you to download. Also believe it's available on iPhone as well.
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I don't get why devs don't put more emphasis on the changelog. I love it when devs use it as a means of communication with their users. Pocket Casts does it best:
> Welcome to 2017! The year of...well...it's a bit early to tell, isn't it? This new build comes to you with fixes for things like the Up Next list and dragging filters around as well as some new tiny (but welcome) features like the custom sleep timer time being remembered. You're welcome that one person who keeps emailing us about that. No really. You are. Please stop ;)
It's informative and it doesn't read like T&C texts. Brilliant!
There's a bunch of different apps you could use. I personally use Pocketcasts, but if you want to try something free just to dip your toes into podcasts, I recommend Podcast & Radio Addict or you could just try iTunes or Google Play.
Plug for PocketCast. It's super frickin awesome and how I listen to all my podcasts(besides the sponsor only ones).
I'm not familiar with any podcasts about hiphop (although that sounds interesting).
If you have an Android phone, get Pocket Casts. It's the best podcast app on the Play Store.
If you have an iPhone, get Overcast. It's the best podcast app on the App Store.
Thousands of podcasts. If you have a commute > 10 mins the ideal companion instead of listening to radio ads.
Pocket Casts, looks great, and you can download your podcasts for offline play, as well as stream.
Costs a few bucks, but so worth it.
Not a chance. Started out with Season 1 of RvB, quit on that after watching Season 12 I think because it just stopped being entertaining. AH was useful once upon a time, for actually getting achievements. Now it's background noise while I do house work, at best. I don't even know what all they produce anymore because I guess I'm just not much of a fan these days. Haven't been to the main site in years at this point.
The Patch is a good game news show, it's entertaining and informative. The last couple where they've gone off the rails into...I don't even know what were annoying but still worth listening to. I'm getting mighty sick of those 2-3 minute ad reads though. Thirty seconds, I'll listen too. I even started using dollar shave club after hearing about it from them. Now, I customized the skip button on my podcast app (Pocket Casts, I highly recommend it for Android or for iOS) to jump forward two minutes and 30 seconds so I can skip the whole thing.
The main podcast is good. They had a few rough months the past couple of years but as long as they have a couple of the old guys on there it's still good. The new people can entertain 12 year olds on YouTube very well. A guy pushing 30 while driving to work...not really at all.
Pocket Casts is a great podcast app that allows you to stream or download the podcasts for later playback. It has an Auto Download feature, which will automatically download new episodes of podcasts you select as they are released. Has a very useful "Discover" feature for finding podcasts as well.
You can also import and export your settings, so if you move to a new phone, you don't have to rebuild your subscriptions.
2) You can't really. They do allow for youtube to run in the background but I think that was only if you are subscripted to Google music or something like that. There was an app that allowed for background playback but it needed root (and possibly xposed?) .
3. The Android Wiki has some useful links.
I've been messing around with AutoMate. It is similar to Android Auto, but can run on your phone. All you need to do is join the Google+ community and become a tester.
Check out Pocketcasts if you're interested in podcasts.
Also, if you have a lot of music on your computer/itunes/etc. you should upload it to Play Music for free. They currently allow up to 55,000 songs.
I personally prefer Pocket Casts, as you can add podcasts that have an RSS feed and aren't listed. You can't do that with Google Podcasts. I use it for my subscription to The NoSleep Podcast.
If you're an Android user and you like listening to Podcasts then check out Pocket Casts
These are some of the Podcasts I listen to:
I'm not sure about #4, but based on everything else I'd say Pocket Casts might be your best choice.
What even happened to Doggcatcher anyway? Last update was almost 2 years ago.
Pocket Casts is a fantastic app for podcasts.
Just an all round great app.
Annoying I can't ask Google (Home) to play podcasts using it, although that may be Google not the dev (haven't investigated yet). You can Cast from the app but.
And I am still pissed at the developer for dropping Pocket Weather, but anyways.
Edit to add that I am a Spotify subscriber, never went onboard when they rolled out
Podcasts. Although they did suggest one that I'm now subscribed to in Pocket Casts.
PocketCasts lets you set how many seconds to skip per podcast.
I love Pocket Casts. I subscribe to a TON of podcasts and I make use of the filters to slice/dice my library to cater to what I want to listen to. For example, with the Spirits podcast, I don't want to listen to _everything_ , so I created a filter to only include downloaded episodes. I don't have to think about adding it to the filter, it just happens when I download.
Another example I use it for - I have the podcast that has a Couch to 80k- a writing activity in the middle of a regular podcast. So I started all those episodes into their own filter so I can listen to them in sequence and find them after the fact if I want to refer back.
You can also use filtered for new releases, unplayed, in-progress, etc.
Combined with the ability to auto-download new Episodes and only keep X number of episodes back, Up Next Queue, Notification of new episodes. Yeah - I love it.
I've tried a few others but none have really stuck with me like Pocket Cats
Yeah it'll resume whatever episode you were last playing. Use it all the time with AA. Also, Pocket Casts is now free. Might as well try it: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=au.com.shiftyjelly.pocketcasts
If you're on Android you'll need an app that supports podcast feeds. I recommend Pocket Casts. Then copy the feed link from above into the search field. Press enter and it should load it up with a Subscribe button. Hit that and you're all set.
PocketCasts needs Android 5.0 and higher, so you should be fine.
You can visit Google Play website to see if it is compatible with your device - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=au.com.shiftyjelly.pocketcasts
If it is, then there is different problem unrelated to compatibility.
I have Pocket Cast, an app for listening to podcasts installed, and it opened and grabbed the files straight away.
Do you have a podcast app installed?
I think you have to pay for Pocket Cast but I have seen that google does a free podcast app now
> maby request it that podcast settings sync across devices because people wouldn't mind haveing it
This is a core feature of the app: Check the feature list. This is the feature most of us purchased Pocket Casts for.
> Sync: Subscriptions, Up Next, listening history, playback and filters are all securely stored in the cloud. You can pick up where you left off on another device and even the web.
In your defense, there are many other features listed there that are currently not available or are broken, so I can understand how you may have gotten that idea.
Pocket Casts, usually the android version but has a web version to use too. Screenshot is web version.
I would have to recommend Pocket Casts... It's by far the nicest looking app and has the functionality you're looking for.
I've had this app for a few years now and I I'm still loving it. Pocket Casts is also being updated regularly.
Hope this helps..
Pocket Casts. Great podcast app, sync and listen with computer (paid) and great Dev team.
Pocketcasts is my one and only love
Pocket Casts: [link]
Has a great iOS and Web app too.
It's paid, but I've been using Pocket Casts for years and it's my personal favourite.
Popular paid choice - pocketcasts
Alternative with all the features you'll ever need - podcast addict
Foss - Antennapod or soundwaves
Free Alternative podcast guru
Personally I use pocketcasts as I need the authentication feature, it had enough features and the UI is great.
Best to get a Podcast client.
Android: Paid PocketCasts
Android: Free Podcast Addict
Android: Free BeyondPod Podcast Manager
IOS: Paid PocketCasts
IOS: Freemium Overcast
Note: with the Overcast login you get a webplayer aswell that syncs.
Web Player: Paid PocketCasts
Featuring /u/rustyshelf (of Pocket Casts), YasmineEvjen and Andy Ihnatko
Thanks, /u/imyke and /u/ismh !
Link $3.99 to purchase.
Pocket Casts for podcasts.
Moon+ and PocketBook reader for pdfs.
Flym, Rss reader or gReader for rss feeds.
As far as gaming goes; DraStic DS Emulator, Reigns and Battleheart are great ways to waste your time.
As djob13 said, it depends on what you want to do with your phone. Here's some of my personal suggestions based on what I do with mine though:
PocketCasts -- Podcast app with a really nice UI
Join -- Super useful app for, well, joining all your devices together. Mirror notifications from your phone to your PC and interact with them from it. Respond to texts from your PC or start new messages. Share files or webpages directly from your phone to your PC or vice versa. And other features as well. Also works between different devices, not just device and PC.
Fluid Navigation Gestures -- Wanted to try out some gesture navigation, and from the ones I've tried, I like this one the best. Looks nice and works really nice. If you have an OLED display, this could probably also help by not having the navbar always showing and potentially causing burn in later on down the road.
Boost -- IMO, the best reddit client on Android. Lots of customization options and looks really nice. Also comes with options for bottom navigation if you unlock the premium version.
Tasker -- A bit of a learning curve as it's not necessarily the most user friendly. However, Tasker is really cool because it, along with its various plugins, allow you to automate virtually anything you can think of. For example, I have several profiles that change things like my media volume, launch specific apps, turn on Do Not Disturb, or even toggle my lock screen based entirely on whether I'm at home, in my car, or at work. Also working on one that turns my Always on Display on when I received notifications I deem important, and turn if back off when there are none left. Along with tons of other stuff.
System UI Tuner -- I found that Android has an overabundance of icons in the status bar, most of them largely useless. I prefer things to look a lot more minimal and neat, and this app allowed me to turn most of those useless icons off so I can keep things down to the bare essentials.
Google News -- I like to check this one every morning. Tailors news to your interests, but also has general headlines for different topics if you want to look at something in particular. I find it does its job pretty well.
SwiftKey -- IMO, the best keyboard on Android. Really good at autocorrect and predictions, and has a ton of features for customizing things largely to how you like them. Usually one of the first apps I install when I get a new phone.
Nova Launcher -- If you look at your home screen and feel like you wish you could spice things up, this is definitely the king in the eyes of many. Super powerful and super easy so that you aren't overwhelmed by any sort of learning curve.
Here's what my home screen looks like, featuring a lot of the above apps
I really like the PocketCasts app. [link]
Pocket Casts is amazing.
Pocket Casts, although you'll have to pony up for the subscription in order to use sync.
I personally use Pocket Casts. Its awesome.
Pocketcasts can vary speed. I also listen to between 1.2x & 1.5x.
Try Pocket Casts, been using it for a long time now and loving it!
Pocket Casts isn't free, but it's the best podcast app for any device, Android, Apple, whatever.
Pockets casts is the best I'd say been using it fir years
>A good looking(material themed?) podcast app? (without ads, I can pay if it is paid.)
Pocket Casts - [link]
>A basic, good looking and reliable photo editing tool? (Again, without ads)
Snapseed - [link]
>A good twitter client.
Flamingo - [link]
>Any light game just to kill time. (without ads preferred)
Beat Stomper - [link]
I've used Pocket Casts for years. The app costs $3.99, and it's money I have never regretted spending.
I think Pocket Casts is already pretty close to perfect
For podcasts, I recommend "Pocket Casts". [link]
Pocketcasts is a podcast app, and one of the best ones for Android IMO.
Unfortunately both Google Play and TuneIn have to be manually submitted so GORUCK will need to do that on their end... it won't get picked up by feed distribution.
On Android the GORUCK Show is currently available on Pocket Casts, Podcast Addict, CastBox, Podcast Go, and Podcast Player.
I really want to like the Podcasting feature of Google Play Music but it's just so far behind the other apps in terms of features
Paid: Pocket Casts
Pocket Casts is pretty good.
even with Pocket Casts?
I love Pocket Casts. If there's a better Android podcast app, I haven't found it. Worth the few bucks.
Man, so hot. If you are a podcaster, pocketcasts has wonderful android auto support as well!
Just hold the volume button down till the vibration shows, and press down again this will silence everything but alarms. Alternatively in the notification shade just tap the do not disturb and you'll have the choice of priority calls and messages or just alarms. Also check that the notification led is on this is under sounds and notifications in the settings. I'm not 100% on getting the screen to wake for modifications.
Textra is solid for me on quick reply to messages, there is other messaging apps such as evolve that has quick reply. Just a note, quick reply will be standard when Android N is released, similar to how iOS currently does it.
For podcasts, pocketcasts would be nearly everyone's recommendation, a great app all round.
Theming things such as the colour of settings, settings quick panel etc, require root. If you just want to change the icons of apps there's plenty of choice on the Play store like balx etc. Note icon packs work only with launchers and will not work with the stock Google launcher.
Wallpapers, depends really, you've got Google images, XDA, and a multitude of apps. I personally use Backdrops and Floats apps for my wallpapers.
Hope this helps.
Edit: Added more about theming and icon packs.
If you're a podcast listener, check out pocket casts. [link]
Ahhhh the good old days
Pocket Casts is great
Use PocketCasts, it is really good and doesn't have this issue
the same app, pocketcasts. [link]
Thanks for the reply /u/pocketcasts_ben. With the Wear OS app, I was able to start PC on my phone if it wasn't active (and as you know, recent Android versions kill apps in background quite aggressively). So I could ask Assistant on my watch 'open Pocket Casts' and then I'd see the Up Next queue on the watch. That's gone.
Yes, the default media controls appear when something is playing. You can pause/resume, go back/forward and adjust volume. As far as I can tell, no ability to browse filters or mark as played.
I guess my wider point is that the Pocket Casts app remains on my watch but completely broken. I will uninstall it. I don't remember seeing any warning or announcement that the Wear OS app was being discontinued. I had to come here and ask. For example, no mention of the Wear OS app disappearing here or here.
Seems to have been hovering 4.7-4.6 in the past few years [link]
It's not free, but Pocket Casts works great with Android Auto.
Pocket Casts is also pretty great for Android.
I use Pocket Cast. Its a really good app that also does podcast syncing with an account.
This is the one I used back when I had a Nexus 6.
Smart Launcher 3 if you're looking for something a little different in a launcher.
Die kannst du mit jeder beliebigen Podcast App abonnieren. Im Grunde noch komfortabler als über die PocketBeans App, z.B. Pocket Casts
I've been using Pocket Casts for all my Android podcasting needs. Fast, stylish and simple.
You can listen to a podcast - usually - at its source website, but the most efficient way to do it is using what is called a "podcatcher" program, which can be either a computer program (such as gPodder or iTunes) or a smartphone application (on Android, PocketCasts and BeyondPod (my personal recommendation) are two of the most popular options). These allow you to manage and store multiple episodes of multiple podcasts for offline (or online streaming, if you so choose) for later listening, at your convenience. As podcasts are created by whomever chooses, from multinational corporations (iHeartRadio, ESPN, The New York Times, The BBC, et al.) to guys podcasting from their garages (don't count them out, they can be interesting too - like this one... of PRESIDENT FREAKIN' OBAMA! [YES, it's the real one, no actor, no joke...] and other folks) the topics covered by each podcast can vary - though each podcast usually adheres to a central theme (interviews, prison life, news, role playing games, porn (yes, Virginia, there are adult-themed podcasts), politics (so many political podcasts...), cooking, et. al. infinitum... (seriously, I'm subscribed to about 200 podcasts, but I'm visually impaired - my eyes tire easily, so I listen to a lot of stuff - so I am an outlier for lovers of podcasts ;) ) - so what you want to listen to is up to you; Google (and the search functions of the various podcatchers) are your friends. ;) Have fun!
I use pocket casts, it's pretty much perfect streaming from android for me.
Have you seen Pocket Casts change log. Gold mine imo.
They give a Pocket Casts feed on their page, which in turn gives an RSS feed that can be used with BeyondPod (my personal favorite podcast app) or Podcast Addict (also pretty good).
All of them work with Android Auto. You can use the flippers on the steering wheel for skip back/forward with audible and pocket casts. They're mapped to next/previous song on Rocket Music.
Waze works with AA but it's so infested with corporate logos you really can't see the map. So I just use google map.
Ich finde PocketCasts echt super. Gibt's meines Wissens auch für iOS.
Pocket Casts for years and years!
and Web interface
Play Store link: [link]
Pocketcasts : [link]
Solid Explorer File Manager : [link]
Weather Timeline - Forecast : [link] (For the Widget)
I listen to NodeUp using PocketCast. The app's not free though.
I am very happy with it.
I've used a few, but I always come back to (and would definitely recommend) Pocket Casts.
My small list, some are probably mentioned already.
Pocket Casts. Podcast app. GooglePlay works too, but I recently switched to Spotify (which works too, but doesn't have many).
SD Maid Pro. Tidies up caches and shit on your phone - really useful if you're tight on space.
Textra. As others have mentioned - Awesome texting app. Super customizable.
Pocket Casts as the definitve Android podcast app.
Listen is the best player for audiobooks I found.
Join as the best Pushbullet alternative with a much better price.
The Pro version of a Reddit client of your choice, my current favorites are Dash and Relay.
Unified Remote is the best of its kind.
Hermit is brilliant and keeps getting better, but you just missed the 50% off deal.
Flightradar24 - if you ever wanted to point at a plane in the sky and get all information about it as augmented reality.
Lad os snakke Podcasts.
Jeg har igennem tiden hørt podcasts on/off, hvor jeg primært har hørt TGS Podcast nu (The Co-optional Podcast), men det var egentlig mest igennem YouTube. Det samme kan siges, da youtuberen CGP Grey og Brady Haran skabte Hello Internet som jeg også hørte igennem Google's videomaskine.
Da jeg dagligt kører enten en del offentlig transport eller i egen bil, så har jeg brugt penge på Spotify. Men det blev efterhånden en smule kedeligt at høre musik. Jeg hentede nogle apps for at høre podcasts on the go. Fandt derefter CGP Grey's anden podcast, Cortex, hvor han sammen med Mike Hurley (Fra Relay FM) snakkede mest om arbejdsmetodik, hvor Hello Internet var lidt af hvert. Da jeg selv er programmør, ledte jeg efter noget lidt mere "techie" og faldt over Accidental Tech Podcast (ATP).
Nu kom problemet så, fordi jeg vil også gerne høre podcasts når jeg sidder og spiller World of Warcraft. Fik anbefalet Pocket Casts på Android, der også har en PC-udgave. Fantastisk. Jeg købte begge udgaver og er svært tilfreds med det. Jeg har siden da fundet en masse forskellige podcasts, nogle danske, nogle udenlandske, og med en del forskellige emner.
Så lad os da kigge på sagerne:
The Giant Bombcast
The Giant Beastcast
The TOVG Podcast - Med bl.a. SuperBunnyHop.
Waypoint - Tidligere kendt som VICE Gaming's New Podcast
Elektronista - Fra Radio 24syv
Brian Mørk Show
Hjernekassen på P1
Penn's Sunday School
Det tror jeg sådan er dem jeg aktivt følger med. Udover de podcasts nævnt i toppen, så vil jeg især varmt anbefale Hjernekassen på P1 med Peter Lund Madsen (Hjerneforsker). De tager en masse skide spændende emner op. De havde f.eks. et afsnit om depression og mani, hvor de så havde en inde, der var blevet diagnosticeret med det og en anden ekspert / forsker indenfor området. Der kommer et ugentligt afsnit.
Hvis man er til Brian Mørk's humor og impro-comedy, så kan hans podcast også anbefales. Der er nogle hyle morsomme shows ind imellem. Og så må jeg sige, at Radio 24Syv har en del godt at vælge mellem. Fra bæltestedet til Den Korte Radioavis, så er der helt sikkert noget for enhver smag.
Så, /r/Denmark. Hører i podcasts? Hvilket? Hvilken app? Hvornår? :)
They're not related -- the android app just stole the name. I'd recommend pocketcasts
Pocket Casts, se você gosta de podcasts
Plex, se usa o serviço (se não, vale a pena conhecer)
Pocket Casts -- not just beautiful but also has an incredibly well thought out and easy to use UI. By far the best Android app I've ever used.
Lizhi.FM (Chinese internet radio/podcast app) -- creative use of skeuomorphism for the radio player elements. I'm sure most on r/androiddev have never even heard of it but it has 150+ million users in China and it is worth looking at if you are interested in a more non-traditional UI.
Nova Launcher -- good default UI, beautiful animations and extremely customizable.
PocketCasts is the absolute best. Can play up to 3x and remove silence.
Pocket Casts is excellent and very simple.
It might just be your app. Have you tried Pocket Casts ?
i've been happy with pocketcasts
Yes, you can use that link above to stream with your browser or find any of them on ashesashes.org.
Alternatively if you'd like to use your phone, apple has a built in podcast app (just search ashes ashes) and there are number of good free podcast apps on android such as PocketCasts (search ashes ashes there as well).
We're also on Spotify and SoundCloud.
If you're willing to shill out the money for it pocketcasts is the best app in my experience.
Edit- wrong you're
La mise à jour 1809 de Windows 10 est dispo depuis mardi 13 novembre
Le Media Creation Tool
Je n'arrive pas à installer Windows 10 1809 depuis une clé USB avec le Media Creation Tool sur un netbook 64 bits avec 32 Go de mémoire eMMC. Ca installe mais reste bloqué à 1% puis boot avec un écran noir "annulation des modifications" & je reste en 1803 :(
Je suis sûr que la clé USB est bonne parce que j'ai installé 1809 sur 1autre PC
Quelqu'un a une idée de solution ?
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[link] la nouvelle version de gestion du stockage payant Google Drive (avec baisse des prix du cloud) est arrivée chez moi.
L'appli Android est sur APK Mirror
L'appli PocketCasts rachetée par NPR est dispo en beta avec Material Design
Histoire secrète de l'antiterrorisme (en France de 1982 à 2018)
Mediapart Live sur les Football Leaks « Le football est un monde qui fonctionne en vase clos » (Manchester City, fichage ethnique au PSG, AS Monaco, Mbappé, Neymar, N'Golo Kanté, UEFA, FIFA, Russie...)
Numéros surtaxés : les arnaques continuent ! (SMS & appels qui font croire que vous avez gagné un cadeau ou faux comptes instagram qui se font passer pour des youtubeurs. Quand vous (r)appelez c'est un numéro surtaxé qui prolonge la conversation)
Gaz, électricité : attention à la vente forcée (Un malvoyant abonné de force. Commerciaux d'Engie qui mentent à domicile & vente liée quand on achète un article dans un magasin Darty)
Smartphone pliable de Samsung : date de sortie, caractéristiques
Samsung showed off a prototype of its tablet-size two-screen foldable phone, with some aspects obscured, slated for 2019 (Kyle Wiggers/VentureBeat)
Samsung teases foldable phone that acts as a phone when closed and a tablet when opened, says mass production will begin within months (Tom Warren/The Verge)
Samsung debuts One UI, a redesign for its Android skin that has a more minimalist aesthetic, rolling out next year (Chris Welch/The Verge)
One UI : l’interface innovante de Samsung sortira aussi sur les Galaxy S8, S8+ et Note 8
Samsung cède : il y aura aussi des encoches sur ses prochains smartphones
Samsung to launch the flagship Galaxy S10 in February, Galaxy S10 with 5G support and its foldable phone called Galaxy F in March (Yonhap News Agency)
Bird launches e-scooters in London but only on private land in Olympic Park because regulators deem e-scooters illegal under UK's Highway Act of 1835 (Kate Clark/TechCrunch)
Source says Ford is buying electric scooter startup Spin and "the total consideration in the deal was close to $100M" (Megan Rose Dickey/TechCrunch)
Lyft plans to design its own e-scooters and e-bikes and hires Liam O'Connor, who held top supply chain jobs at Apple and Tesla, to lead the project (Cory Weinberg/The Information)
Bird unveils a new feature called Community Mode, which lets people report badly parked and damaged scooters to the company (Dara Kerr/CNET)
Trottinettes électriques : les Parisiens qui roulent sur les trottoirs risquent de grosses amendes
Une voiture électrique à moins de 20 000 euros : le plan de Volkswagen pour battre Tesla
BMW précise ses plans : cinq voitures électriques sont prévues pour 2021
Robyn Denholm rejoint Elon Musk à la tête de Tesla : quels seront ses pouvoirs ?
France's Macron releases an international pact on cyber warfare and security principles that over 50 nations have signed, but not the US, UK, Russia, or China (Joe Uchill/Axios)
Facebook agrees to cooperate with France in an informal examination of its content moderation practices and give the government access to its internal processes
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg rejects request to appear before an "international grand committee" of Canadian and UK MPs to discuss fake news on November 27
Surveiller les réseaux sociaux pour repérer les fraudeurs, l’idée « expérimentale » du fisc
YouTube CEO warns of unintended consequences of EU's Article 13 and says YouTube may have to block videos in the EU to avoid liability under the new directive
Changing viewing habits and a desire for more ad revenue are prompting YouTube creators to post ever longer videos (Emma Grey Ellis/Wired)
Russia decrees that operators of messaging apps must identify all their users by verifying user data via mobile carriers; rules come into effect in 6 months (David Meyer/ZDNet)
China's Xinhua News Agency launches "composite anchors", which combine images and voices of human anchors with text via AI tech from internet company Sogou
How Alibaba turned Singles' Day into a multi-billion dollar sales event bigger than Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined (Eamon Barrett/Fortune)
Alibaba sold $30.8B worth of goods during the 24-hour Singles' Day shopping event, topping the 2017 Singles Day sales of $25.3B (Arjun Kharpal/CNBC)
Alibaba : 1 milliard de dollars en 85 secondes au Singles Day, la plus grande journée de soldes du monde
Amazon signs a deal with Apple, will start selling its latest devices, except the HomePod, in the US, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Japan, and India (Ben Fox Rubin/CNET)
+1 to Pocket Casts
On Android you cant beat Pocket Casts
asumming were talking about the same app its $4, it was $5 when I bought it about a year ago.
It's called Pocket Casts
Pocket Cast [link] does all you ask for, and can auto delete ��
It's on pocket casts. Well worth the money, best podcast app out there
Best I have used is Pocket Casts for organising and grabbing podcasts. Worth every cent paid for it.
Pocket Casts is a really nice app you can use.
You've probably found an app by now, but try PocketCast. It's the best podcast app I've found so far. Play Store Link
> better battery stats
I don't have that installed. The icon is for Pocket Casts.
Fair point, but I don't think they do that. This is the app I use: [link]
Det samme gør sig gældende for Pocket Cast - min pt. foretrukne podcast-app.
Pocket Casts for podcasting
Minuum is a very different keyboard
Paprika for recipes
Tasker and Automate can do cool things with event triggers
Weather Timeline is a beautiful weather app
Prune is a relaxing game
Limbo is a spooky game
Lifeline and sequels are great "choose your own adventure" stories
Hitman Go is a stylized puzzle game
Out There is a turn based adventure game
Card City Nights is a collectible card game a little bit like Hearthstone
Card Wars - Adventure Time is another collectible card game
Monument Valley is a beautiful puzzle game that I'll never forget
I'm a fan of Pocket Casts, it's incredibly stable and feature-filled.
The Pocket Casts app is the way to go for podcasts on Android.
If he likes podcasts even a little bit there is no way around Pocket Casts.
Best podcast client on any platform right now and highly entertaining changelogs.
Best Freecell is (and solitaire card games in general are) by Brainium, see FreeCell+
Best bang for the buck is this all-in-one pack: Solitaire MegaPack
It plays great and offers an insane amount of variations, but it's probably the ugliest Android app I have ever seen.
Best paid Sudoku is Sudoku 4ever Plus.
PocketCasts does that, it also has a nice little option to remove silence that I use on a lot of non GB podcasts.
Google Playstore? Checkout PocketCasts
<strong>Pocket Casts</strong> is a fantastic podcast client by a company called Shifty Jelly.
One of the best I've found because it is incredibly intuitive and easy to use. It's also got an absolutely gorgeous UI, with great use of colour palettes (that change depending on the podcast artwork), animations etc.
Did I mention that it also syncs between all your devices no matter what operating system. Be it <strong>iOS</strong>, <strong>Android</strong> or even <strong>Windows Phone</strong>, these guys got you covered!
Seriously good stuff. I highly recommend for any podcast listener!
Do you not use a podcast app? Pocket Casts is well worth the money, and it has official cast support in the app.
If it's just an audio file, there are plenty of apps that can cast locally stored content like AllCast, LocalCast, BubbleUPnP, etc.
With Play Music, you need to upload the audio to the cloud so it can be streamed. The Play Music app will not cast locally stored files. Google lets you upload 50,000 audio files for free.
Pocket Casts. It might be pricey but it's absolutely worth it if you listen to podcasts often.
Spotify is bad for podcasting. It's convenient, sure, but Spotify and Amazon are trying to take the uniquely open podcasting industry and make it their own. Here's and article <em>by Hank</em> on the subject.
If you're on an iPhone, I highly recommend listening to Podcasts on Overcast. It has the most natural 'smart speed' (silence trimming) of any app I've used and Marco Arment is great.
I've been priced out of iPhones and listen to podcasts on >Pocketcasts on my Android phone, which is pretty good, but I don't love. I'd be keen for suggestions.
Sorry for coming in swinging, but I saw this getting a fair amount of traction for this sub and its something about which I feel strongly.
Pocket Casts - Podcast Player - 4.2 rating - Free with IAP - Search manually
Google Podcasts: Discover free & trending podcasts - 4.6 rating - Free - Search manually
I'd suggest just going with free Pocket Casts, there's not really a reason to pay for the subscription unless you're planning to use the desktop app, the other popular options arePodcast Republic and Podcast Addict.
I myself stick with Google's app cause I don't need much more than that.
Give Pocketcasts a try
here's the Android link if anyone reading is interested
Pocketcasts won't let me download any episodes of podcasts but other apps are working fine.
I will. I have installed an app called Pocket Casts and found it.
what is your definition of a "real" app.
the pocket casts plus option is a windows 10 app, rather than loading if through a browser tab.
then the android app:
14 day free trial for plus
/u/Phteven_j, mind enabling rss feeds in SoundCloud?
So I can then your use rss feed on my podcaster of choice.
Loved first episode and pumped on my first LG.
Pocket Casts, AntennaPod, EscapePod, and even Spotify started adding podcasts to its platform.
As of this weekend, Podcast Addict has been suspended due to some BS from google: https://www.theverge.com/2020/5/18/21262504/google-podcast-addict-suspension-android-policy-demonetization. If/when it comes back up, it's a great app.
I personally use PocketCasts. It's given me the best results with Android Auto.
The only one I know of that does allow that has moved to a subscription model
It is called pocket casts
..or use Pocket Casts
With the recent move to being a free platform, I highly suggest Pocket Casts!
It's a really great service with a lot of options and tools:
It also allows you to add your own RSS feeds so it can handle patreon feeds and the like.
For reference, I've used this app to listen to 225 days worth of podcast over the years. Very strongly endorse them!
Website | Android | iOS
Pocket Casts is a versatile podcast app and can speed up to 3x. Serves your purpose - here it is: [link]
Yg ini bukan? [link]
Thanks rekomendasinya, nanti gue coba dulu.
[link] hopefully this will help?
That's the one I use.
Is it this app?
Pocket Casts as in this? [link]
not the text-to-speech of the Pocket read later app, correct? I only use the latter
Pocket Casts has Android and web (and iOS) clients, and syncs your position between them.
Pocketcasts is the best for me [link]
Pocket Casts have this functionality.
Pocket Casts runs on Sonos just like any of the other supported music/radio/other services.
You do have to use Pocket Casts' iPhone/Android app (or the web version) to manage subscriptions, but you queue them to play through the Sonos app just like anything else (and similarly, once you've started playback your phone no longer needs to be connected). Play/pause/skip buttons on speakers and grouping behave exactly as expected, seems to be a full first-class participant in the Sonos system.
A bit dated, but the release post: [link]
I use better apps (Pocketcasts & Podcast Republic), but you can also cast from the Google Podcasts app.
I know this is /r/fi, but as a big podcast fan I'd say that financial independence doesn't really have that much material that it would make a good podcast. It's much more mental than technical.
That being said, podcasts are a great way to spend your commute. Get a good podcast app (I recommend Pocket Casts on Android and Overcast on iOS and find a couple. If you're a numbers guy like a lot of people on this subreddit are, you might enjoy Freakonomics.
Aww thank you! :) The funny thing is I learned most of what I know from podcasts, audiobooks, and of course Reddit!
Some of my favorites are:
I use PocketCasts to listen to stuff. Great app!
I try to buy any apps I use frequently that charges just an one time payment instead of an monthly subscription. Some of my favourites are
There are lots of podcast apps available if you have a smartphone.
After trying a few I paid for this one: [link]
You can download the podcasts do your phone or listen on your computer. If you listen on one device like your phone, you can stop it on your phone, go to your computer, and start listening there. (It tries to start where you left off but it may be a little behind.)
With your earbuds your phone becomes your podcast player and you can listen to hours and hours and hours of great podcasts. There are other methods to play the podcast on your TV or on a speaker. (Chromecast, Bluetooth)
If you would like a free podcast player, I recommend this one: [link]
Miss the old days of radio? That is all in a podcast somewhere as well.
Mystery Radio, Science Fiction Theater, Detective Stories
Please let me know if you have any additional questions and I would be happy to point you in the right direction. I don't listen to the radio anymore because there is so much great podcast content out there.
>I'll have to find a decent podcast app and put you on it!
Nothing beats THIS podcast app!
I use Pocketcast and it's probably the best podcast app I've used.
Play Music should definitely see MP3 files but I have another solution for you: [link]
Worth every penny and then some.
A lot of people use pocketcasts and it has basically never let me down. I've had multiple friends switch to iPhone from Android and they still kept using pocketcasts on iOS. It syncs pretty well with desktop / web browser, too.
On the other end we have Pocket Casts' changelog notes which always make me chuckle. :)
Pocket Casts [link] It is not a free app at $3.99, but well worth it, way better than the free version of Stitcher.
Take a look at Pocket Casts. It's a beautiful podcast app for android and is easily in the top five apps I've ever bought.
Highly recommend Pocket Casts! Link
It doesn't state it supports soundcloud, so no thanks.
When I used it I would click stop and unplug it and it would silently start playing again. So if I didn't remember to pause it again it would play through all my downloaded podcasts and mark them played.
It also has a weird glitch with android auto where no matter which one you clicked to play it would resume the one you had previously playing. I'd have to unplug the phone from the car and manually start the next one.
It hasn't been updated since June 10, 2016 and I kind of got tired of fiddling with it. So I switched to Pocket Casts Pro .
Jeg er også lige begyndt at bruge Pocket Casts. Den er super!
Brugte Podbean førhen. Men blev så træt af den i længden blev ved at stoppe midt i podcasts uden synderlig årsag.
I'm one month late but you can use the web version of Pocket Casts (it's not free though, $2.99 for the app and $9 for the web version) which can sync the app (iOS and Android) or you can use overcast (which has an iOS app, which is free and can also sync with the free web version if you have an account).
Having moved from phone to phone or ROM to ROM so often, I'm quite familiar with how Android has evolved it's backup and restore functionality.
Things I manually backed up when I went from my Marshamallow M8, to my Nougat Pixel:
Other than that, everything else was taken care of. I especially like when apps took advantage of Drive backup, and restore their own logins and settings (looking at you Pocketcasts!) More apps will behave like this going forward :)
Widget is Pocket Casts'
And I linked the app icon's gesture to a Tasker task shortcut.
Recently, I’ve spent Play Store money on some VR games and a couple movies just so I could watch them offline in VR on an airplane. Since this is the Pixel sub, you are probably going to get more VR recs since they are more specific to things possible on the Pixel versus just Android in general. I’d say head over to /r/daydream for more VR specific info.
PocketCasts - has been mentioned here before but I use it daily.
Gaia GPS: Topo Maps and Trails - If you are an outdoorsman this is pretty clutch for hiking
Osmos - The only game I played much on mobile. I think there is a free version to try out with.
Tasker - I haven’t used it yet on the Pixel but maybe have a look at what you can do with it.
I just bought these two VR games but haven’t played enough to recommend
Det du säger är säkert inte fel, men det här har väldigt lite med "val" att göra. Naturligtvis tror jag inte riktigt du har rätt att säga något om att det är för er som har Android rekommendera appen Pocket Casts. Har märkt underlig lagg då och då i stil med DÖ, skulle gräva S grav.
They also have an account system with multi device sync and so on, not sure if that was free or included in the onetime-fee of 9.99 (or if that was just to use it in the browser as well).
My suggestion is to download a podcast app, browse around it and subscribe to a ton of things that look interesting to you. Then slowly remove the ones you don't like as you listen. There is something for virtually any interest or hobby you can think of. For example I routinely listen to stuff about photography, fitness, politics, history, news, electronic music mixes, video games, storytelling, and Spanish language lessons.
I personally use Pocket Casts and love it. Worth every penny of the $4 I paid.
I used the one on its Play Store page, which is .
I use Pocket Casts on my android phone, it works quite well. Once you have it setup you can download the podcasts directly to the phone.
Yup, Pocket casts is awesome. Play Store Link
Let's try the best app for podcast.
No, I use Pocket Casts on Android and web.
Nawww, but I htink it's only like .99¢.
Let's see if this works on this subreddit:
Linkme: Pocket Casts
If you need mooley for it, just use rewards
Dont look like /u/PlayStoreLinks__Bot works here :( Maybe /u/ChribbaX or some other mod can enable it
I use pocket casts ([link]) which is great because it has a web app also and can sync what has been played between devices
Alternatively, tims can use pocketcasts especially those who have non-iDevices.
I have a Task that starts my Music App (HTC One M8 native App) when my phone connects to a particular Bluetooth. However, It also starts the Pocketcast App at the same time. How do I stop this from happening?
Did you get a Samsung Gear VR, or one of those Google Cardboard viewers? Opening up Street View in VR (...and I must guiltily admit, a few of those VR Kpop videos on Youtube...) was pretty fun, though I've never tried any of those games yet.
For podcasts, Pocket Casts is a great app, though if you're willing to wait I hear Google Play Music is about to launch a podcasts section soon.
Get Pocket Casts
Search for "The Tim Ferriss Show" and subscribe to it. All of his content is available in podcast form.
Take a look at this app and take inspiration from it [link]
Loads of features, simple and intuitive UI. I love this app on my android, as of right now im using Grover Podcast on Windows.
It's Shifty Jelly, they want to build apps they would use, and they don't like in-app purchases at all, nor do they like ads.
Their other app is Pocket Casts, which is pretty popular, so I don't think they are too short on revenue :P
The free alternatives to pocket weather are pretty good too though, just thought I'd spread the word of Pocket Weather, considering it is material now.
Pocket casts don't remember what it costs but it was definintly worth it.
Pocket Casts - allowing me to listen to my favorite podcasts in the car on my commute to work actually makes it bearable. Previously, I was listening to German radio, which is terrible.
Pocketcasts is really good. It's available for iOS and Android. I've been able to subscribe to almost all podcasts regardless of where they are hosted. Also has a nice ability to automatically download the latest episode and remove it from your phone's memory when you are done listening to it or dismiss it from your queue.
Pocket Casts for Android also did this.
I have started adding thing to my wishlist (games, songs, whateve) on a regular basis. Once I earn enough with Rewards, I pick something from the list. It looks like I'll be in the same boat as you once my 6P is processed.
I have to second on the previous comments: Pocket Casts and Nova Launcher Prime would be my first picks. I install those first on any phone.
If you want to check out new icon packs, Vertumus make my favorites. They're updated on a weekly basis with new icons.
I've also found Tasker to be useful if you have to daily repeat the same things (mute at work/school but ring at home, connect to your wifi instead of the public wifi). However, it is a bit of a learning curve. If you do get into Tasker, there are quite a few good plugins that aren't always free.
I prefer puzzle/spatial games, so Monument Valley and The Room Series are my favorite games.
If you plan to get an Android Wear device in the future, you're going to want to have some $ for watch faces. My favorites are Pujie Black, Minimal & Elegant, and Ticker.
Best changelog? Really? So what was changed then?! Yes it was rather entertaining, but they could take a look at Pocket Cast. That's funny and useful!
Pocket Casts is the best podcast app on any platform IMO. It's $4, but it's worth every cent. It bad every feature you could ever possibly need in a podcast app. You can download episodes automatically, get notifications, and more. I promise I'm not a paid shill.
rooster teeth uploads their podcast to almost everywhere, some good android podcast alternatives are PocketCast or if you dont want to pay for an app PodcastAddict is another really good one ive used, im sure there are lots of others as well, find one you like
PocketCasts ist so ziemlich die beste imo. BeyondPod ist auch sehr gut.
Listened to it via Pocket Casts. Probably the best podcatcher on Android and well worth the couple bucks it costs on the Play Store
2) Check out Pocket Casts
3) With or without contract? Without then Moto E.
My treat for getting out and running is podcasts. Pocket Casts downloads them automatically, meaning I can just put on some headphones and go. There's a directory of popular shows in various categories. Try a few and see what you like. Many BBC Radio shows are available, including comedies like The News Quiz.
I was using Podcast Addict for quite a while, and it is quite good. I find that, with my setup, it tends to flake out too often, or consume too much storage. If you like having extreme customizability and have time to deal with it in a podcast app, that one is my recommendation.
For now, though, I'm on Pocket Casts. Material Design, seems more responsive, and has enough settings for how many episodes to store that it works for my needs. Also has some quite slick synchronization so you can pick up listening on other devices, including their web site. Have had one weird issue where the "next" button in my car sometimes causes it to start the next episode instead of skip ahead a few seconds, but that might have been because I was streaming instead of listening to a downloaded episode.
I really like Pocket Casts [[link]]
It's smooth and easy to use and very stable. They also have a sync feature for podcast lists and preferences of the app:
I haven't used podcast addict or podcast republic in a long time so I can't compare their current feature set with Pocket Casts.
pocketcasts on android is the best I found. although i currently use a BlackBerry.
Podcast's are a great way of entertaining yourself and maybe learn something as well. I recommend the app "Pocket Casts".
It has a variety of podcasts on many different subjects.
Without a doubt Pocket Casts, it is hands down the best podcast app. It also went through an extensive redesign to comply with Google's new design guidelines.
A runner up would be Financius, a wonderful expenses manager.
PocketCasts. I'm a fairly recent convert from iOS and my beloved Downcast app wasn't available. I tried doggcathcer and several others and ended up on PocketCasts.
Since all the good ones have been mentioned, I'll stray from the topic a bit.
I finally got started on podcasts after having about 8 or so different apps installed and sitting idle for the past few months. None of them were ever able to find all the podcasts that I wanted via the search function, so I never committed to one. (popular ones, as well as a couple local ones run by friends)
Until I tried Pocket Casts [Android] [iOS]. The others are free apps, so I initially skipped over P.C., but it really is worth the money. If Google were to ever buy up a podcast app to call their own, it'd be Pocket Casts and they wouldn't have to change a thing.
Pocket Casts, you peasants.
You can use any podcast app on android, my favorite is pocket casts and you just enter this feed for the podcast [link]