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Give Podcast Addict a try.
EDIT: By the way, Pocket Casts allows you to a significant amount of organization using playlists (or categories? - forget the name, haven't used recently).
I use Podcast Addict, which allows you to download episodes. Also, you could install a file managing system on your device (what i use) and download the episodes from the website. Then just play the episodes through the file managing app.
I don't know of any easy way to do it quickly, but all the podcasts are available for mp3 download from podbay.
Alternatively, there are some very good apps for your phone such as podcast addict on android.
Although you might want to stick to Google Play Music, I highly recommend Podcast Addict on Android. Clean and simple interface.
> Pocket Casts
Podcast Addict is WAY better in my opinion
To answer the main question:
None, since I use mainly FOSS apps from F-Droid, GitHub, GitLab, XDA.
Podcast Addict is a great free podcast tool. It will allow you to download on wifi for later and automatically download certain podcasts as well as stream on demand.
I use it almost daily
Zuallererst hört man podcasts nicht in Spotify sondern in Podcast Addict.
Hier mal eine kleine Auswahl was ich so interessant finde und empfehle kann:
Alternativlos - mit Frank Rieger und Felix von Leitner (beide dem Chaos Computer Club nah, thematisch aber eher Weltpolitik und Gesellschaftlich relevante Themen. Die Folge über das Wendelstein Fusionskraftwerk Testgerät kann ich sehr empfehlen)
Chaosradio - Podcast des Chaos computer Clubs
Lucky & Fred - politischer podcast mit Friedrich Kippersbusch (ProBono TV), auch sehr witzig
Fest & Flauschig - Olli und Jani, muss man nicht mehr dazu sagen
Die physikalische Soiree - österreichischer Podcast zu Themenbereichen der Physik und angrenzenden Wissenschaften
Chaosradio Express - hat wenig mit obenstehendem zu tun nur den gleichen Ursprung, sehr differenziertes Themenfeld, aber immer sehr ausführlich (Länge: teilweise 4 Stunden)
Für verlinken bin ich zu faul.
Ganz wichtiger Nachtrag: Aufwachen-Podcast von Tilo Jung!
Podcast Addict has been my go to:
You add a virtual podcast / audio book by selecting a folder per subscription. It will add any files placed in that directory.
Podcast & Radio Addict
It's another podcast app, but is updated much more frequently and the dev is extremely quick on responding to questions or problems. It's not as pretty to look at as Pocket Casts is, but is definitely a lot more robust.
Podcast Addict is a free, fantastic Pocket Casts alternative- I didn't use Pocket Casts for a long time, but PA seems to match it feature for feature.
Out of every podcast app I have used, this is the only one that I didn't want to figure out a way to be violent towards. It's got a lot of shortcomings, the backups are kinda wonky, there's a very large amount of settings, a couple of the podcasts I follow just do not download automatically for reasons I cannot find, there are many overlapping gestures, but it has a nice simple widget, and generally works; I cannot say anything resembling that for other apps like pocketcast or jellycast or whatever they're called.
It ain't Overcast, but it also doesn't inspire you to invent a means to make apps suffer.
Podcast Addict is my one of choice. Multiple sorting orders and multiple playlists! You can also have a global and per podcast options for auto adding to playlists, downloading and clean up.
I like Podcast Addict. Been using it for a few years now. It's pretty versatile and you can download for offline play as well as resume where you left off on every episode you're in the midst of.
Try Podcast Addict for Android, free version works fine.
You can easily add any soundcloud url to it (also itunes, youtube, etc) and it will auto download it when something new is added, so you can listen later offline.
Been using it for a long time and very happy with it, but there are plenty of other podcast apps.
Podcast Addict isn't bad and definitely ticks the free box. Though my goto on any platform is pocketcasts, although its a bit pricey.
I've used Podcast Addict on android in the past for Dude Soup and it always worked fine, episodes uploaded at the correct times etc.
Podcast Addict - has ads (choice of either banner or interstitial) which can be blocked with Blokada (no root needed) or a fully deserved payment of ₹160.
Yes to files in a directory. Yes to auto deleting on play completion.
In addition you can optionally
Set a play timer so it will shut off after 'x' minutes / hours
Send them to a recycle bin for 'x' days in case you want to restore
There's a great, fully-featured, popular, free (both libre & gratis) podcast app for Android called Podcast Addict. I use it, and I listen to plenty of podcasts which use things like art and chapters, so I guess it handles M4As just fine.
I don't know if you are being serious or not, but try downloading Podcast Addict (which is free), then tap the + button, tap search, then search for Sardonicast.
Don't listen to Newstalk anymore. Listen to podcasts now. If you want a great podcast, get the podcast addict app and subscribe to Dan Carlin's Hardcore History. His Common Sense podcast is pretty good too.
Eu mi-am instalat Podcast Addict si am inceput sa caut tot felul de cuvinte cheie in aplicatie.
Pentru Romania nu gasesti foarte multe rezultate, dar pentru restul lumii gasesti absolut orice. Trusturile media mari (BBC, Reuters, PBS si altele) au de obicei canale dedicate analizelor economice sau temelor tehnice.
I use Podcast Addict on Android, it plays them in the order I assign them to the playlist. The app has it's faults but it's worked for me for a few years now.
Spotify actually has a podcast section (it's under Browse). But, other than that, if you're an Android user like me I like Podcast Addict. Or if you're iPhone the Podcasts app works pretty well. You just have to look up/subscribe to the podcasts you want.
Why don't you use Podcast Addict since it has everything in the free version. It's my podcast app of choice to over Pocketcasts which I already own.
First off, that sucks about your ipod. I hope whoever stole it trips on a root and skins their knee in a really gross way.
That's weird about podbean. I don't use podbean, so I'm not sure. You should be able to use our RSS feed to subscribe, otherwise I use Podcast Addict on my phone. Let us know how you like the show!
I've been using Podcast Addict for months. The layout is decent, and there's lots of different ways to sort the podcasts (sort by download date, publication date, ect).
I just use podcast addict
It has all the podcasts that i want(cooptional, bombcast, beastcast, hardcore history) and automatically downloads them, removes silence, etc. Very cool app.
If you use Android, Podcast Addict is wonderful and allows you to subscribe to RSS feeds of any podcast you want then stream and download them offline, but already has most in its libraries. I've been using it for a while now and it has treated me well.
You can also import iTunes podcasts using it if they're only available on iTunes. These features should solve your problem if the websites of the podcasts you listen to have RSS feeds, as you can just plug them in and the app will automatically retrieve and catalog them for you.
If you iphone use this app - [link]
If you droid use this one - [link]
I am using a Galaxy S3 with cm13 right now and i use Podcast Addict for podcasts and it works really good despite my crappy <1GB RAM device.
O you have android. Go to the play store and download podcast addict. You can download them to your phone; if you really want to you can transfer them off you phone to your pc, but I would suggest just using your phone. If you want an help setting it up I'm happy to help.
Edit - here's a link to podcast addict on the play store
What are you using to download the podcast. Any standerd podcast app can automatically download eposode for you podcast addict is my personal favorite app
...und wer wie ich gerne in Bus und Bahn Podcasts übers Smartphone genießt, dem sei "Podcast & Radio Addict" ans Herz gelegt!
Es gibt eine sehr praktische Android App namens "Podcast Addict".
Ist einfach ein Podcast Manager der dir automatisch die neusten Folgen deiner abonnierten Podcasts runterläd. Ich liebe diese App und benutze sie täglich! :)
Try Podcast Addict. My 5:00 AM scheduled update auto downloaded the new episode of Red Mountain Express (along with all my other podcasts). I really like the app in general too. It's highly customizable and frequently updated.
Online não conheço, mas a aplicação android Podcast Addict apesar de não ser perfeita faz mais do que aquilo que procuras usando o rss feed de cada um. Nunca me falhou, mesmo com podcasts tugas.
Please jump ship to podcast addict link android
I was a fan of Pocketcast but they are lacking A LOT of options. It is a good looking app but I prefer to have the number of episodes i listened to synced in the cloud (when i have to buy a new device etc) Podcast addict has it all
Its the worst i hate that app did all the same things to me, get yourself a podcast player if your on android i use podcast addict [link]
the subscribe to RMG using this link [link]
my life is so much better after doing this, if you need help PM me
Podcast Addict is another good one. It goes up to 5x, though I've no idea who could actually listen to that. It's also free. Podcast Addict
PA has the most options from any podcast app I've used. And the whole idea of a single guy making a better app than a team (IMO) resonated with me.
As far as user defined categories, it is available, although I don't use then.
Give it a shot, the free version has all the options of the donate version, except it has ads.
PS. Sorry, I don't know how to add links from app.
Obligatory Podcast Addict recommendation here. Pages of settings and ability to override them on each feed separately allows you to automate everything. May be a bit complicated if you're just getting into podcasts, but there's nothing better once you need to manage more than a few subscriptions.
I use Podcast Addict: [link]
It supposedly has ads somewhere, but I've never seen one. The only thing purchasing the app does it remove the ad (to support the creator)
I use Podcast Addict. I can search for podcasts on here, or enter an RSS Feed. You can set it to automatically download episodes when they come out. Every few days I download a bunch of episodes of backlogged shows I like and then I put them in a play list, Podcast A, Podcast B, Podcast C, Podcast A...
I am not sure if it will play seamlessly between your Android and your PC because I haven't used it for that.
Linkme: Podcast Addict
Edit: Apparently I can't use the Linkme Bot correctly so Here it is.
Edit2: I did use it correctly but I'm impatient. Either works!
I just had time to check, and yes Podcast addict has 139 episodes of it going back 6 years. I was just able to download episode 1 from here.
Here is a link to the app. Android only and you can DL straight to your phone or stream them.
There is also Stitcher, they have both Android and iPhone apps, but AFAIK you cannot DL, only stream.
You can also find it on podcast addict
Also, with team make-up; Thatcher is better than Twitch, as his EMP is much easier to use and more effective than the Twitch cam.
never tried any of those (GPlay Music doesn't even offer podcasts in my country), but if you are looking for a new podcast app, I'm really happy with Podcast Addict
Oh yeah I hear you... :) They're like a 3 hour freight train sometimes.
Possible tip: lots of podcast apps ( [link] ) and I think recent VLC versions have an option to speed up (or slow down) without affecting the voices too much (not like those 80's VCRs fast forward sounds). Most podcasts these days I listen at 1.5x speed, but Bitcoin Uncensored often needs to go down to 1.1x or this last episode even to 1x as I found it too interesting to miss words.
But you could try playing it at 0.8x or so and see if that makes it easier for you.
Me bajé esta app para el celular y me bajo un montón de podcast de calidad tipo cosas de la BBC y similares para escuchar en el subte [link]
I guess you don't listen to multiple podcasts ?
It's cool to have a podcast app, at least you can make sure you're not missing anything.
I use this one.
Ja sam koristio PodcastAddict
Slušao sam Nerdist, Europhoria, Hardcore History, Planet Money...
Às vezes você parece surpresa quando aparece um ep novo de podcast, então vou te recomendar o Podcast Addict, que é um agregador maravilhoso, o que me faz ter mais podcasts do que saco pra ouvir tudo :)
I use a Samsung galaxy edge myself and would be happy to add my 2cents.
I personally use Podcast Addict. Not only did the name seem fitting, it's free and relatively straight forward to use and they have a cool algorithm to that will look at what you listen to and recommend other podcasts.
Podcast addict is a great program that automatically downloads all your favourite podcasts. You can easily find and subscribe the podcasts you want(or discover new ones) through the app.
Have you considered using a real podcast app, like Podcast Addict or Pocket Casts?
No, you can find the story as a separate podcast. Just use any podcast app you prefer, I'm using podcast addict but there are also iTunes or Stitcher for example. You can also listen here.
I listened to zombies, run too when I still had a gym membership (I suck at running but would listen on the crosstrainer). I prefer the zombie theme a bit more, just because I like apocalyptic stuff, but the spy/terrorism theme of the walk is working well with walking through the neighborhood in my case, lol.
I use Podcast Addict on my Android, which also just downloads the episode automatically when a new episode comes out.
There's a sea of choices to get your podcast fix out there :)
If you're on Android I highly recommend Podcast Addict for listening to these. (Main advantage for me: you can increase the playback speed)
Thank you OP!
Podcast & Radio Addict from the Google Play store is my preferred weapon of audio entertainment for podcasts from iTunes.
Shows that focus on talking about various topics would be the key here. There are several podcasts out there with interesting content for whatever you might be interested in. There are also Youtube shows like Good Mythical Morning, or clips from nightly talk shows if you don't already catch those on television.
Something like this could help you [link]
And here is a direct link to Good Mythical Morning.
If you don't use iTunes, you can use any podcast aggregator to get it. I use Podcast Addict for android OS.
You can also use a soundcloud ripper to rip from [link] if you want to put some effort in.
I'd just like to say that VLC didn't work for me on Linux or on Android; Podcast Addict on Android had my back, though.
Open this URL in Podcast Addict: [link]
If you are on Android, check out PodCast Addict as you can search for podcasts and filter by one or more languages. I learned about it in this sub.
Why not just use a podcast app? There are some amazing apps, like Podcast Addict and Pocket Casts.
(Google should not have incorporated podcasts into their music app.)
For Android there's podcast addict which is a free podcast manager and downloader, much easier than downloading to your PC and then transferring to your phone.
Oh well if you have the storage for it, a podcast app works well since you can download everything available in the app, I've used it for this exact reason too, and a lot of podcasts are there. I prefer podcast addict. My list looks like 100% reversed, WE R, Unleashed, Nightbreed, Extreme Audio, Global Dedication, HWS, inZanity, Isaac's, KTRA, Masters of HC, VNTG, Louder, Italia, and Xxlerator
A great app is Podcast addict on android (probably on iOS too), been listening to the Rooster teeth podcast and dude soup (people from funhaus)
DoggCatcher is a paid app. I don't pay for apps... However, using that link I did find a free app called Podcast Addict, that although clunky does exactly what I want!
Podcast Addict is what I replaced BeyondPod with about a year or so ago, haven't missed it or looked for anything else since.
Works great on AndroidTV, as well.
I use Podcast Addict
You can set it to download episodes only when you have wifi available, or stream them directly.
Install Podcast Addict on your phone, you should find every podcast you talk about (ABGT, 3lau) and more without problem.
If you have android I recommend Podcast Addict, it lets you subscribe to podcasts and it will automatically download them when you are on Wi-Fi for offline listening.
Spend 40 mins in commute. However, I really enjoy it because I listen to podcasts while driving and it totally make my drive worthwhile.
For anyone who wants to start off, use the PodcastAddict App on PlayStore.
I love the Podcast Addict layout and options. Here's a screenshot of my page (paid version. I believe the free one has a small banner ad) Might be a few suggestions for you there as well.
It has a feature to add podcast episodes that aren't in the free feed. You just need the actual file on your phone somewhere and then tell the app where to look.
edit: included link. and found out it's apparently the #1 Android podcast app, which is probably the reason I originally got it
This should help get you started if you don't want to start out searching inside your own fields of interest first.
An askreddit thread about favorite podcasts
Also if you are going to be listening to podcasts on an Android phone I can recommend the paid version of Podcast Addict.
It has a built in podcast search engine, and you can add shows from links if the podcast which you want to listen to is not covered by the engine.
You can use any podcatcher and download and listen to the podcast that way. On Android I use Podcast Addict and it works great for me, listen to the podcast during commute pretty much every time.
If you like podcasts, I would really recommend Podcast Addict. Use out of the box, or you can customize: how many episodes you want to download, when to download, automatic cleanup, download only certain sizes, etc.
Really impressive, and under constant active development.
It's a good podcast, loved the Pyramids one they just did. I get it through the app Podcast Addict. My only complaint would be that the audio is sometimes not balanced. One person will be very loud, and you can barely hear another person. Makes adjusting the volume a bit tricky.
I'm an android user and I use the Podcast addict app. It's a great app and it has a bunch of features that I haven't found on any other apps. It has a volume boost that amplifies the volume (albeit increasing cpu usage), you can manually update all of the podcasts you listen to, as well as . I use it to listen to Bill Burr's Monday Morning Podcast, Your Mom's House Podcast, The Church of What's Happening Now, The Fighter and The Kid, Bert Kreischer's Bertcast, and Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank.
And here's the link to it:
Some podcast players (e.g. Podcast Addict) will populate %MTRACK even though they aren't specifically listed as being compatible. Try it with yours, you might not need Media Utilities.
Edit: Note that, since it's a Monitored variable, you'll need to use it in a profile to make it have a value. A simple Variable Set event will do. If your unnamed podcast app won't trigger it, you should request it (or at least some broadcast intent) as a feature on the app's forum(s).
Podcast Addict Is my go to app.
I'm giving Doggcatcher a try now though since I got it for free from Amazon app store app of the day.
Yup, this show always has a quieter volume than the other podcasts I listen to, and is made worse when either of them mumble. :( I use the app Podcast Addict (Android only I think), which has a volume booster which helps a little bit.
CGPGrey does not use Android, so I doubt he’d have a helpful answer to the question at the end of your comment.
I use Podcast Addict and I love it. You can set it up to automatically download podcasts when they update, but I personally prefer to download them manually when I get notified on Feedly or by email.
Most of the podcasts I listen to are related to business, UX design, or both - mostly business. I found a few initially through Podcast Addict. But many of the others, I just find because I know about the host somewhere else, like an email list or Twitter.
They don't have a first party podcast app for android. I currently use Podcast Addict. Works nearly as well as Itunes, and has some nice data control options.
>Podcasts, Audio books, RSS news feeds and Radio
For a simpler app there is
As people have mentioned, there are a few ways of listening. You can stream them or download them from the RHAP website but I would recommend using a Podcast app to subsribe to RHAP podcast (and other podcasts for that matter) so that new episodes are automatically downloaded and you can keep track of which episodes you have listened to and which not, this is esp useful if you fall behind on them. The one I use on android is Podcast Addict [link] (it's free and fantastic). After installing it, you can just search for whichever podcast you want within the app and subscribe to it and listen to it with the app.
No it's not. So you have to download an app (for example Podcast Addict which is great) and give it the address of the RSS feed :)
You can try Podcast Addict. Its built for Podcasts but it also has an option to organize offline audiobooks.
It just doesnt have a seek bar in AA. I think that media players can't have seek bars in AA cause it might be "distracting" to the driver. Can be wrong doe...
[link] or if you want to online their website isn't too bad ..just make it list view, click the last page and start..the add each ep as next
Also ich nutze ja PodCast Addict( https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bambuna.podcastaddict).
Lädt die Folgen automatisch herunter und klappt auch wenn das Display aus ist ;)
I've been listening since ep 1 back on Soundcloud. I get my episodes to my android app (Podcast Addict) and I did notice the Alspach and Hague and Chris Bryan in the episode list. I'll probably try to catch up to those episodes this week.
In addition to keeping track of playback position for multiple files at a time, it allows you to create virtual podcasts by specifying a folder (on internal or SD card) and dropping media files into it. Each folder is its own channel, each media file in it their own episode.
This podcatcher for android found any of these podcasts I looked for in its builtin search engine and can be set to download on wifi only.
You've got to try Podcast Addict. It is great for Podcasts and Audiobooks. + the dev is a great guy and deserves all the love!
> Alot of us haven't been automated and have less then two hours of free time a night.
listentoyoutube.com + podcast addict (supports up to 5x playback speed) ;)
> * Wages will be driven to essentially 0.
Robin predicts that we will be able to emulate human brains long before strong AI will be invented. Emulations can be created at ~0 cost, which bids the price of labor down to ~0. Emulations will also be much better than you or me because they can be sped up or slowed down, frozen in their prime years, and based on hyper-genius-level brains.
> * The doubling rate of the economy will be measured in weeks.
The growth rate of the economy is limited by the growth, development, and learning rate of humans, which is slow. Emulations can be trained and grown in seconds.
> * Per capita GDP may not grow.
Natural selection. The most numerous emulations will be the ones with brains that are in high demand + want to become numerous. Trillions of emulations can be built in tiny bodies or can live in the cloud doing work and getting paid. (If producing new humans had ~0 cost, per-capita GDP would fall.) Another way to think about this is that the population growth rate can exceed the GDP growth rate and will exceed it because of natural selection.
> Doubling rate of the economies in weeks is some singularity Ray Kurtzweil shit son.
I'm a Kurzweil skeptic. I think at this rate we're ~100 years from strong AI.
> Even in that guy's books we're far off from it.
Yes. Ems don't rely on a new AI theory breakthrough.
Typos edited and added some clarity.
I'm personally using Podcast Addict. [link]
It's not the most visually stunning app, but it's good and functional.
EDIT: And yes, it supports offline downloads.
Eu folosesc Podcast Addict, si imi place foarte mult aplicatia. Foarte configurabila (de exemplu, poti descarca automat episoade, sterge automat dupa ce le asculti), si are si o baza de date cu podcasturi destul de semnificativa. Inca n-au fost podcasturi sa nu le gasesc. Inclusiv cele romanesti pe care le-am enumerat pe undeva pe aici le-am gasit.
I use Podcast Addict. I have used Pocket Casts in the past for like two years. Honestly, Pocketcasts just has a nicer UI and looks elegant. Cross-Device sync is nice but it has not been super accurate for me when I have reset my phone.
That is why I use Podcast Addict because I can do a full backup of my podcasts and play history more reliably when I do a factory reset.
I see. Try to introduce him to podcasts, they are mostly free anyway and very easy to handle from a smartphone.
I am saying this because I have spent so many hours on the commute and wish I would have known them sooner. Podcasts make cleaning from a chore to a joy. I like them mostly for being interesting and funny, though there are a few serious ones.
So my recommendation:
for android Podcast Addict
for iphone Overcast, never used this one myself but heard a lot of good comments about it
Podcasts (just search the name in the app and load it from there):
HFS - Holy Fucking Science, made by the people who works on Youtube's channel SciShow. Well researched topics, but not dry at all and very funny. They use swear words as they see fit, thus not for kids. And rarely grown up topics.
Radiolab, a classic in the podcast world. Interesting stories from around the world, also often of scientific nature.
99% Invisible, about design of all things. If what drives you is curiosity, that's the podcast for you.
Serial, in season 1 the podcast dives into the story of a person who claims he has been wrongfully convicted. You will die wanting to know what they found out in the next episode. Listen to the episodes in order here.
MBMBAM: My Brother, My Brother and Me - three brothers answer stupid questions and give life advice to people on online forums. They are total goofs and basically make jokes of everyone. All their advices are fully sarcastic. Still the funniest podcast I know of, if you don't mind losing a few brain cells.
I have set up my podcast app such that it always keeps 10 episodes oldest episodes, and deletes them when they finish. And maybe you will like some of these too.
This question has been asked many times, if you search for it here, /r/Android, /r/fossdroid, it'd pop up. But here is what I use:
Eventually, I am going to self-host Cherry Music (Android App) or Ampache (Android App, called Power Ampache on F-Droid) or Airsonic (access with ultrasonic app) to replace Spotify possibly. And will host a Nextcloud and access with the android app.
(This is a copy & paste response, not everything might apply to you but in general it will contain useful info for a new player)
Take a look at the officlal WoWs website every few days to keep up with new events and missions. (EU, NA, SEA, RU)
You can find a lot of detailed info on the official WoWs Wiki.
If your account has not reached Service Record Level 3 yet, then you can still make use of a referal link by another player. Feel free to mention here that you want a invite link send by private message, and people are always willing to give you their link because both players profit from it. Then simply click on the link and login with the existing account. When you play your first Tier 6 battle, you get rewarded with a Tier 5 Premium Battleship "Texas", 80.000 Free XP and 3.000.000 silver credits, plus some signal flags. If your account is already at or over Service Record Level 3, then its too late for that. You can either create a new account, or just continue.
If you get a invite code by WG from somewhere (not the same as invite link from a player), then that code can only be used at the moment of account creation, not after. You can use it together with a invite link tho. Simply follow the link given by the other player, and in the create account form, add the invite code. Then you get both benefits (from the invite link, and from the code). Such codes often give you a week of premium time and a low-tier premium ship. (Note the difference to Bonus Codes, those can be used by existing accounts. Invite Codes are only for new accounts.)
When asking for such invite links and/or codes, please always note on which server-region you are playing on. This also is very helpful when you are looking for a clan or other server specific things. So please do mention it right away because it saves us all time when we dont have to ask. There is no default server, we are a very international community.
iChase has a series called "Captain's Academy" on his YouTube channel that teaches a lot of basics and game mechanics, such as the difference between AP and HE ammo and when to use what, how angling works and much more.
Other popular WoWs YouTubers/Streamers are (in no specific order) Notser, Flamu, NoZoupForYou, Arlios, Aerroon, Capt_Rye, The Mighty Jingles, iEarlGrey, The Sailing Robin and many more. Some of them stream on Twitch.tv too, you can usually find the links on their YouTube profiles.
For CV specific content: Femennenly and Farazelleth. They both have series dedicated to showing the basics of Aircraft Carrier gameplay and guides for the ships.
And there is the weekly Warships Podcast. I recommend adding that to your favorite podcast app or something (eg. Podcast Addict), the website is !#@%.
The Fitting Tool on WoWsFT gives you the option to see almost all detailed stats of a ship, see what consumables it has, mount different modules, equip captain skills and see what stats change (without having to actually do all that ingame).
A similar site is Proships.ru with plenty of information about ship stats. It does offer some small advantages over WoWsFT but to get most of it in english, you have to use this direct link to the list of ships. Personally i prefer WoWsFT but some people like Proships a lot.
Shipcomrade is a good site with news, and also where AprilWhiteMouse writes her detailed reviews of premium ships, as well as other articles. I highly recommend reading the reviews before buying any premium ship.
WoWs-Numbers and Warships.Today are popular statistics tracking sites where you can look up your own and other players progress. Warships.Today has been a bit unreliable recently, many people prefer WoWs-Numbers.
If you want to try out different ships/nations/classes, the Public Test server is a good choice for that. WG announces each new PT run on their website, so check there. You will need to make a seperate account for that and install the PT client in addition to the standard. Make sure to use the same email address in order to receive rewards for testing, the playername can be whatever you want. You usually start with a lot of ships unlocked on the PT, along with a bunch of doubloons and silver credits. Try out whatever you like. Most of the time the PT is focused on testing new features and you can get rewards on your main account for doing specific things on the PT. All of that is noted in the newsposts for that PT version. To create an account for the PT, follow the PT guide here. Keep in mind, when you click the "signup for the public test button" to not login with your current account, but create a new account for the PT (and use the same email address). And yes, the URL will seem like you are creating a account on the russian server, that is correct. There is only one PT server, not seperate servers for EU/NA/SEA. Everyone plays on the (russian) PT server.
If you want to stay away from PvP (Random Battles) for the start, that is fine. You can also play Coop battles which are of course much easier (and quicker) but also give you less XP and credits. The Operations are a great balance between them tho. Each week is another Operation in the rotation that you can join (either with a few friends in a division or alone) and play. Some Operations only allow certain Tiers of ships, or even nations. If you want to play a specific Operation that is not the "Operation of the week" you can, but you need atleast 4 players in a division to do so. You can earn great rewards for completing the Operations (captains, XP, premium account time, etc.). But you can only earn them once (so doing the same Operation with 5 stars over and over again will give you only the usual XP and silver credits, not more days of premium account). Also note that any missions and such that reward Premium Time to your account will activate that immediately, so it may be wise to time that for the weekend or whenever you will be able to make the most from that boost.
Aslain's Modpack Installer (WG forum post) combines a lot of popular mods for the game into one easy download and you can select which one's you actually want to install. There is also the "Modstation by MedvedevTD" which is basically the official WG Modpack, but its updated usually much slower than Aslain's. In addition, every mod(pack) that is constantly posted and updated on the official WG forums can be considered approved by WG so you dont have to be too worried about being warned/banned for using unwanted mods. But of course, in the end its your own responsibility what things you install in addition to the vanilla game.
And thank you for being really interested in the game and wanting to learn! Many experienced players feel that new players (especially since the game launched on Steam) just want to play and expect to get good in this game by themself, and they dont want to put in any extra effort such as watching videos, reading guides, asking for help and such. The result is potato players from Tier 1 all the way up to Tier 10 and they never learn the mechanics of the game and how they are supposed to play their shipclass.
If you have any further questions, don't hesitate to post in this subreddit. There is a weekly "FAQ Friday" thread where you can ask anything, especially smaller issues that may not "deserve" their own topic. Before submitting your own posts, please use the search function if something similar has already been posted recently, and of course take a look at the sidebar which has also helpful links and the rules of the subreddit.
Podcast Addict is the best imo. Also have an XL
If you are wondering what things like CA and AFT mean, you can find some explained here.
Take a look at the official WoWs website every few days to keep up with new events and missions.
If you are wondering what things like DD/AFT/CE mean, you can find some explained here and here.
If your account has not reached Service Record Level 3 yet, then you can still make use of a referal link by another player. Feel free to mention here that you want a invite link send by private message, and people are always willing to give you their link because both players profit from it. Then simply click on the link and login with the existing account. When you play your first Tier 6 battle, you get rewarded with a Tier 5 Premium Battleship "Texas", 80k FreeXP and 3mil silver credits, plus some signal flags. If your account is already at or over Service Record Level 3, then its too late for that. You can either create a new account, or just continue.
If you are looking for other people to play with, or just to chat, join the* subreddit's Discord server*.
iChase has "5 things you need to know" and a series called "Captain's Academy" on his YouTube channel which teaches a lot of basics and game mechanics, such as the difference between AP and HE ammo.
Other popular WoWs YouTubers/Streamers are (in no specific order): Notser, Flamu, Flambass, The Mighty Jingles, Capt_Rye, The Sailing Robin, Yuzral, Arlios, Aerroon, NoZoupForYou and many more. Some of them stream on Twitch.tv too, you can usually find the links on their YouTube profiles.
The Fitting Tool on WoWsFT gives you the option to see almost all detailed stats of a ship, see what consumables it has, mount different modules, equip captain skills and see what stats change (without having to actually do all that ingame). This way you can "simulate" a build with modules and skills.
WoWs-Numbers is a popular statistics tracking site where you can look up your own and other players progress.
"Maximizing XP for Dummies" and "Things about setting fires" are maybe worth reading.
If you want to try out different ships/nations/classes, the Public Test server is a good choice for that. WG announces each new PT on their website. You will need to make a seperate account for that and install the PT client in addition to the standard. Make sure to use the same email address in order to receive rewards for testing, the playername can be whatever you want. You usually start with a lot of ships unlocked on the PT, along with a bunch of doubloons and silver credits. Try out whatever you like. Most of the time the PT is focused on testing new features and you can get rewards on your main account for doing specific things. All of that is noted in the newsposts for that PT version. To create an account for the PT, follow the guide here. Keep in mind, when you click the "signup button" to not login with your current account, but create a new account for the PT (and use the same email address). And yes, the URL will seem like you are creating a account on the russian server, that is correct. There is only one PT server, not seperate servers for EU/NA/SEA. Everyone plays on the (russian) PT server.
Aslain's Modpack Installer (WG forum post) combines a lot of popular mods for the game into one easy download and you can select which one's you actually want to install. There is also the "Modstation by MedvedevTD" which is basically the official WG Modpack, but its updated usually much slower than Aslain's.
If you want to post screenshots from the game here, please do use the PRINTSCREEN key. Just press it in the game and it will save a nice JPG screenshot in a folder of your World of Warships installation.
Podcast Addict --->
I personally use Podcast Addict. It's free.
Here's his main site
They're also available on Youtube
On my phone(android) I use the app Podcast Addict but I know there's others available.
He also has his own app
His podcast is pretty entertaining and he has some quality guests. That being said I take most of it with a grain of salt because he gets a little over the top and stuck in his ways at times. Definitely worth a listen though.
Generally I have broken these down into broad categories but there is often overlap.
This American Life (Stories both true and fictional on a theme. Sometime funny, sometimes sad, sometimes both.)
99% invisible (Talking about design we don't notice)
Freakanomics (Really engaging podcast usually with economics or psychological focus. one of my favourite episodes investigates how the belt beat suspendors as a trouser up-holding device)
stuff you should know (I tend to pick and choose what interests me)
Ted talks/TED Radio Hour (amazing talks on damn nearly everything. Some probably should be watched due to the accompanying visuals)
in our time (Radio 4 podcast. Host invites 2-3 professors/experts to talk about a wide range of subjects.)
Stuff you missed in History class (i only listen to the podcasts on subjects i find interesting)
Hardcore History (Incredibly in depth history podcast. Multiple multi-hour podcasts. After a while they become pay only.)
12 Byzantine Rulers (Podcast about the part of the Roman Empire you don't normally think about. Host is obviously a fan of his subject and you get the feeling he doesn't try to be very objective.)
Norman Centuries (Same Host. Focuses on the Normans, their origins and legacy. Only briefly touches on the Norman conquest of Britain.)
Drama? (not sure on this genre description)
Serial (Well researched story of the murder or a teenage girl and the conviction of ex-boyfriend. The podcast is well framed so you are hooked and want to know more and are left confused as to his guilt.(or at least i was.)
The Moth (Live stories told on stage. Sometimes funny often sad. Sometimes Both. )
Sawbones (Dr and her Husband discuss the medical professions history. Very funny and you learn a lot about our ridiculous former beliefs about medicine. Plague?! Try bathing in urine and packing those boils with Your own faeces.)
Answer Me this (People write in with questions and Helen and Ollie try to answer them.)
Bunker Buddies (Are you preparing for the coming apocalypse. This is a podcast that discusses various apocalyptic scenarios and various survival techniques.)
The Modern Mann (New podcast which tries to emulate a lads mag. Discusses trends, has a feature piece, sex talk and then a track that he likes at the end. From one of the hosts of Answer me this.)
Because was once a Long Distance Hiker and long to be one again:
The Pox and Puss Podcast (Appalachian trail hikers talking about the Appalachian trail)
The Trail Show (People who have Thru hiked many long distance trails talking about all of them. Focuses on one trail a show normally)
The Outdoors Station (UK Based podcast talking about all sorts of outdoors pursuits)
Because i am a massive Nerd:
The Adventure Zone (I have never played DnD but this podcast of 3 brothers and their dad (They show up in other podcasts on this list) playing a custom DnD campaign is awesome. One of their adventures is a murder mystery on a train. another is Fast and the Furious. I think this is my favourite podcast on this list, I literally whooped with joy the last time they put one out.)
Shut up & Sit Down (Humourous podcast about Boardgames and tabletop games. They also do video reviews of boardgames and this has gotten me into the hobby.)
Top Score (Host talks to the creators of video game music)
Geek Syndicate (A podcast discussing whats new in geek news. They discuss comics, tv shows, films etc.)
The following are all video game podcasts of some sort
I listen to podcasts rather than music most of the time. I drive a lot for work and when i go hiking i like having something/somebody to listen to when i am alone. I use Podcast addict to manage my addiction
My favourites are:
My Girlfriend is very forgiving of my podcast addiction. I am a very lucky man.
Podcast Addict. Não preciso de mais nenhuma.
Other popular WoWs YouTubers/Streamers are (in no specific order) Notser, Flamu, NoZoupForYou, Arlios, Aerroon, Capt_Rye, The Mighty Jingles, iEarlGrey, The Sailing Robin, Qckslvrslash and many more. Some of them stream on Twitch.tv too, you can usually find the links on their YouTube profiles.
WoWs-Numbers and Warships.Today are popular statistics tracking sites where you can look up your own and other players progress.
Aslain's Modpack Installer (WG forum post) combines a lot of popular mods for the game into one easy download and you can select which one's you actually want to install. There is also the "WG Multipack by MedvedevTD" which is basically the official WG Modpack, but its updated usually much slower than Aslain's. In addition, every mod(pack) that is constantly posted and updated on the official WG forums can be considered approved by WG so you dont have to be too worried about being warned/banned for using unwanted mods. But of course, in the end its your own responsibility what things you install in addition to the vanilla game.
Podcast Addict, it's the first app I actually paid for the no ads version jus because it is so great I didn't mind the ads
Content by /u/thekrautboy
(This is a copy & paste response, not everything might apply to you but in general it will contain useful info for a new player)
This question has been asked many times, if you search for it here, /r/Android, /r/fossdroid, it'd pop up. I just replied to this 10 days ago. But here is what I use:
If your account has not reached Service Record Level 3 yet, then you can still make use of a referal link by another player. If you ask in the comments here, people are always willing to give you their link because both players profit from it. Simply click on the link and then login with the existing account. When you play your first Tier 6 battle, you get rewarded with a Tier 5 Premium Battleship "Texas", 80.000 Free XP and 3.000.000 silver credits, plus some signal flags. If your account is already at or over Service Record Level 3, then its too late for that. You can either create a new account, or just continue.
Other popular WoWs YouTubers/Streamers are Notser, Flamu, NoZoupForYou, Arlios, Aerroon, Capt_Rye, TheMightyJingles, iEarlGrey and many more.
And there is the weekly Warships Podcast. I recommend adding that to your favorite podcast app or something (eg. Podcast Addict), the website is #@!?.
Shipcomrade is a good site with news, and also where AprilWhiteMouse writes her detailed reviews of premium ships, as well as other articles.
If you want stay away from PvP (Random Battles) for the start, that is fine. You can also play Coop battles which are of course much easier (and quicker) but also give you less XP and credits. The Operations are a great balance between them tho. Each week is another Operation in the rotation that you can join (either with a few friends in a division or alone) and play. Some Operations only allow certain Tiers of ships, or even nations. If you want to play a specific Operation that is not the "Operation of the week" you can, but you need atleast 4 players in a division to do so. You can earn great rewards for completing the Operations (captains, XP, premium account time, etc.). But you can only earn them once (so doing the same Operation with 5 stars over and over again will give you only the usual XP and silver credits, not more days of premium account). Also note that any missions and such that reward Premium Time to your account will activate that immediately, so it may be wise to time that for the weekend or whenever you will be able to make the most from that boost.
And thank you for being really interested in the game and wanting to learn! Many more experienced players feel that new players (especially since the game launched on Steam) just want to play and expect to get good in this game by themself, and they dont want to put in any extra effort such as watching videos, reading guides, asking for help and such. The result is potato players from Tier 1 all the way up to Tier 10 and they never learn the mechanics of the game and how they are supposed to play their shipclass. So thanks for being one of those who really want to learn and get better :)
If you have any further questions, don't hesitate to post in this subreddit. There is a weekly "FAQ Friday" thread where you can ask anything, especially smaller issues that maybe not "deserve" their own topic. Before submitting your own posts, please use the search function if something similar has already been posted recently, and of course take a look at the sidebar which has also helpful links and the rules of the subreddit.
Podcast Addict on Android. I absolutely love it, but I just wish there were a synced web interface as well.
My time to shine! Here's what I usually recommend (I'll actually translate my last recommendation from Swedish), in no particular order.
First of all there's Duolingo. It's a really fun way to kickstart your learning and to build a feeling for your target language before going to more advanced stuff. It's good for practicing all those conjugations and declensions, but unfortunately it doesn't explain grammar well. However, try finding a good grammar book or website (Wikipedia is actually pretty good for this). Don't try to read it - Use it as a reference.
Then there's my favorite: Memrise.. It's based on something called spaced repetition and is basically what homework should look like. It's based on studies that are trying to find the optimal intervals for learning the words. Personally, it's been the most effective part of my language studies, by far. It's also free. If you're looking for an alternative, there's Anki which is open source, but it's unfortunately not online and you'll have to download it. My favorite courses are the frequency lists. You learn the most used words first, and then go to more and more difficult, but less and less frequently used words. Highly recommended!
Another app I absolutely adore and use daily is Clozemaster which is based on something called cloze tests. You get a sentence that is missing a word and a translation of that sentence. Your task is to write the missing word with correct conjugation. Extremely effective - but it also requires you to have a pretty good vocabulary and a good grasp of the language.
If you have a Kindle, download a dictionary. They have one-click translation which is incredibly useful. Listening comprehension goes hand in hand with reading comprehension. A good reading comprehension gives you a good listening comprehension. You can't listen if you don't know what to listen for. If you don't have a Kindle, there's Readlang.
Find podcasts. There are lots. Personally I use Podcast Addict. It's pretty easy to find good podcasts in your target language. Find something you think looks fun.
I also like this exercise I found here. You find a book, then you find the audiobook of the same book. You import the audio into Audacity or something similar, so that you can rewind, repeat, and if necessary slow down the audio. Your goal is to transcribe the sound until either you think you've got it right or until you can't transcribe more ^((what the hell is that word?)) Extremely effective for improving your listening comprehension skills.
I also love lang-8. It's a website where you can write stuff in your target language and get it corrected by other (native) people that want theirs corrected as well. The more you correct the more you get corrected. Quid pro quo. Love it!
Find movies and series with accompanying subtitles. Netflix has lots of them. I prefer series, as it can be a little hard to find something that looks fun to watch, and series are much longer.
Write to people in your target language! Download HelloTalk and get going.
Find a local language meetup. Maybe at your local College or University. There's probably one somewhere.
If you want more information about effective strategies for learning languages, I recommend you read this. It tries to distill everything we know about proven strategies for every small component in learning a language.
Subscribe to /r/languagelearning. There you can find a supporting community, dank memes, and lots and lots and lots of resources ^^for ^^learning ^^Uzbek.
Last but not least: HAVE FUN. You have to have fun, otherwise you'll quit. If you find something boring, but you realize you need to do it - do it in moderate amounts. Do 5 minutes a day. That's 76 hours in a year. Small amounts often is much better than a huge amount once in a while.
Podcast Addict is excellent (and free).
Podcast & Radio Addict on Android.
Edit: I think 2 of these might not be on F-Droid
The trail is how I discovered podcasts.
My. Current list is extensive. Last year I put together this list of the ones I listened to
Full support for local or SD storage.
If you are wondering what things like DD/BB/CA and CE/AFT mean, you can find some explained here.
Other popular WoWs YouTubers/Streamers are (in no specific order): Notser, Flamu, Flambass, NoZoupForYou, The Mighty Jingles, Capt_Rye, Yuzral, Arlios, Aerroon, The Sailing Robin and many more. Some of them stream on Twitch.tv too, you can usually find the links on their YouTube profiles.
A similar site is Proships.ru with plenty of information about ship stats. It does offer some small advantages over WoWsFT but to get most of it in english, you have to use this direct link to the list of ships.
(copy pasta, but some things might be useful for you)
When asking for such invite links and/or codes, please always note on which server-region you are playing on. This also is very helpful when you are looking for a clan or other server specific things. So please do mention it right away because it saves us all time when we dont have to ask.
If you want to post screenshots from the game here, please do use the PRINTSCREEN key. Just press it in the game and it will save a nice JPG screenshot in a folder of your World of Warships installation. Then you can simply upload that to a image hosting website, for reddit most people prefer Imgur.com.
Other popular WoWs YouTubers/Streamers are (in no specific order): Notser, Flamu, Flambass, The Mighty Jingles, Capt_Rye, The Sailing Robin, Yuzral, Arlios, Aerroon, NoZoupForYou and many more. If you understand German there is Allied Winter. Some of them stream on Twitch.tv too, you can usually find the links on their YouTube profiles.
I think it's Podcast Addict
Podcast addict er gratis og funker bra:
Mulig du må justere språk for å få søkt etter norske podcaster.
If you have an Android phone, I recommend installing Podcast Addict.
I love Podcast Addict on my Android (speed and silence control) [link]
Here's the raw MP3:
This is the address I put in my podcast program:
For my android devices, I use "Podcast Addict" for podcasts
(I have to give a shout out for being so happy with it. The paid version is more than worth it)
It has a slight learning curve for dealing with all the features and options. It has a great search engine as well.
Podcast Addict for Android read the RSS just fine. ;)
Use Podcast Addict.
Yeah, I use podcast addict too, it's a pretty good app.
Here's the link for the Google Play version.
Podcast Addict on Android is the best completely free app. It does everything you could want it to do.
This! The lack of this feature finally brought me to Podcast Addict.
Eu uso o podcast Addict e se eu quiser baixar alguma coisa do youtube eu uso o youtube-dl
And here a second reply from me, copy/paste, intended for new players. If most of that is already known to you, ignore. If not, good.
I like podcast addict a lot. It can do everything you just said.
I highly recommend you get some sort of podcatcher app instead. If you're on Android, I recommend Podcast Addict.
Not pretty but highly customizable.
Podcast Addict: [link]
I don't have an Android, but this app looks like it could meet all your high and tight needs: [link]
Also, LinkedIn is helpful.
Just get a podcast app (perhaps this one) and subscribe to some good podcasts. The last podcast recommendation thread was just over a week ago. /r/Christians had a similar thread a couple months ago. Many churches these days--maybe even yours!--have a sermon feed. I find it helpful during the week to go back and take a second listen to the sermon I heard the previous Sunday, or to catch up if I've missed part of a series.
Besides that, you can look on www.sermonaudio.com and subscribe to sermon feeds from there. Take a look at their featured speakers and see if you recognize any names. And if you really only want sermons, they have an app.
With Podcast Addict you can add MP3s as "virtual podcasts", your files then behave as if they were regular podcasts.
Player? Maybe you actually need Podcast addict
Try Podcast Addict :)
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Note: If you have an android, or don't use iTunes, and are looking to subscribe to podcasts, this app is great: Podcast Addict
All you need to do for podcast addict is search Marek v Whyshynski and the podcast will pop up. The new episode is up on it.
Podcast Addict - tried a LOT of podcasting apps and this is my favorite one. I like the interface (although it does take a while to get used to) and LOVE the variable speed playback - I have way to many podcasts I want to listen to, to only do it at normal speed :)
Hovernote - for some reason Facebook text input fields act realy weird on my phone regardless of the browser I use (I refuse to install any of their branded apps), so I just call this from the notification area, write my stuff there and then copy/paste it - works like a charm.
Alarm Pro/ZdClock - after last Alarm Droid made it into ugly unusable mess I needed an alternative alarm/reminder app and this one was the best one I found - multiple alarm types, volume ramping, custom repeating alarms - it's all here and I like it. Wish the interface was a bit better and more intuitive, but oh well - after playing with it a bit I now know where all options are, so it's all good.
It's been reported this morning that this is happening.
Might be time to try a real podcast app, like Podcast Addict or Pocket Casts
Podcast Addict for android.
I've been very happy with Podcast addict
Not sure, I don't use Spotify. I listened to them through the Podcast Addict app on Android.
Appropå podcasts så är den här appen sketans bra.
C'est un sujet qui revient souvent sur le sous:
Sous Android je conseille Podcast addict
Try podcast addict has a favorate function for episodes and sort by those.
Podcast Addict works really well. :)
For those interested: [link]
Since I'm sure someone is wondering: it's Podcast Addict
Listener number 3 checking in, just now found their livestream URL on their website:
Also found this on their about page:
> KXLU is a non-commercial, educational station broadcasting from the Westchester campus of Loyola Marymount University
> As a member of the greater Los Angeles community ... KXLU offers a widely diverse and alternative programming schedule which includes the following genres: progressive and independent rock, classical, opera, world, dance, country, metal, noise, jazz, punk, kids, ginecore, oldies, surf, psychedelic, reggae, theater & film as well as being home to one of the most successful and longest running Latin radio programs in the country, Alma Del Barrio.
Edit: For those out there like me who are living in 2017, I believe you can add this livestream to podcast players like Podcast Addict on Android by adding the URL http://www.ednixon.com:8120/stream to the Radio Stations section. I listen to a ton of outdated podcasts and don't watch TV, so this live feed may be my only live connection to the world.
I use podcast addict it's free and easy to use.
I'm on Android and am really happy using Podcast Addict.
I use this personally.
Una cosa minima es no pasarla tan mal en el viaje, yo uso [link] para escuchar cosas interesantes y aprender cosas.
Also do consider submitting to Podcast Addict: [link]
Comecei a escutar por volta de 2010. Não deixo de ouvir pelo menos um por semana, encaixa com a rotina e é uma mídia fantástica. ~~Assim que possível atualizarei os links e com recomendações.~~ Feito, todos podcasts com um recomendado.
Into the nexus: Sobre Heroes of the Storm, jogo "MOBA" da Blizzard. Embora o host principal não estivesse, o episódio com Caster e analista Dreadnaught foi bem bom.
The Angry Chicken: Sobre Hearthstone, jogo digital de cartas da Blizzard. Recomendo um especial sobre direção de arte com Ben Thompson sobre o jogo, desde o início. Recomendo por várias referências visuais fodas.
The Angry Nerd: Podcast solo. Qualquer coisa que der na telha de Garrett, o host dos dois podcasts acima. Sobre coisas que ele consome, visita a eventos, e até mesmo do casamento dele que foi na mesma semana da Blizzcon, que obviamente ele fez a loucura de comparecer em ambos.
Thorin: Analista/Jornalista de CS:GO e "historiador de esports"(+10 anos de experiencia). Discussões históricas, sobre o meta, entrevista com jogadores, sobre previsões/revisões de campeonatos, polêmicas e-sporticas. Fora de CSGO, recomendo sobre Mídia culpando videogames por violência. Sobre CSGO, recomendo sobre SK Gaming era, um ponto de vista gringo falando dos nossos atuais bicampeões de major.
The Richard Lewis Show: Analista/Jornalista de CS:GO. Não necessariamente do jogo. Recomendo um sobre se tornar um jornalista de e-sports, que parece ser algo tão raro, que os exemplos não cabem como orientação.
Monstercat Podcast: Música eletrônica. Bom pra quando tem que focar em outra coisa(Sou monotarefa). O especial de 100 episódios reune as melhores :D Um pouco off-topic, eles tem um canal 24h no twitch pra stream de músicas.
Nerdcast: Ainda relevante, clássico bem feito. Acho que a minha época preferida é +- nos Chaves, Virus, Bactérias e Macacos e baseball.
Now Loading: Foi uma excelente descoberta na época. Ainda dá pra achar por aí mesmo tendo morrido. A qualidade das pautas e humor colocados eram sensacionais. No podcast de Valve eles conseguiram entrevistar a atriz que dubla Glados, de portal.
Todos do jogabilidade:
Vértice: Sobre notícias e recomendações de jogos(recentes, ou talvez não). Recomendando um aleatório, que fala sobre boatos do NX, XCOM, Valkyrie Profile, Tomb Raider, Kojima Productions e outros.
Linha Quente: Descontraído, respondendo perguntas aleatórias. Não sei o que recomendar, então um sobre achar seus pais num sex-shop
Jack: Sobre Animes. Há muito tempo não consumo anime, mas dos que eu consumi como Full Metal Alchemist são sensacionais.
Dash: Discussão sobre um tema de jogos. Pode ser um jogo específico(destrinchando tudo, desenvolvimento, desenvolvedores, influencias, história, jogabilidade, etc) ou sobre um documentário, personalidade, console, etc. Recomendo se jogou algum dos temas(Bastion, To the moon, Portal 2, Undertale, DKC2, Persona 4, e muitos outros), ou o mais recente sobre Reinvenções.
Fora da Caixa: Tudo que não seja videogames. Séries, viagens, visitas, documentários, filmes, etc. Gostei bastante do último, que conta a visita a 3 restaurantes(coreano, noodle bar e temático medieval) e Blink 182.
Hipsters ponto tech: Sobre tecnologia, programação, mercado, etc. Ainda inclusivo pra quem não é tão ligado em computação. Acho que recomendaria o de Cloud, que é um assunto popular.
Mamilos: Podcast sobre qualquer assunto polêmico, sempre oferecendo o debate. Me surpreendo como as hosts conseguem se manter atualizadas e com opiniões sobre tudo. Recomendo um dos meus podcasts favoritos, sobre ENEM, morrer, stress no trabalho.
Naruhodo (do B9): Sobre curiosidades, enigmas, mitos populares, etc. Com explicações científicas e tudo mais. Super curto, entre 10~15min normalmente. Recomendo sobre Mulheres ovularem juntas se morarem juntas.
Braincast: Publicidade, mercado, criatividade, entretenimento. Recomendo sobre Carreira: Dinheiro vs diversão, um debate pra todos, sobre fazer o que gosta(ou não), gerações, satisfação.
Recomendação de aplicativo:
Android, you want Podcast Addict
I've uses this app without any problems to download podcasts from iTunes.
Another really good (and free) podcast app is Podcast Addict
Yes in the google store
Free and does everything.
Couldn't live without it now.
Podcast Addict has this feature too:
Podcast Addict for Android is pretty good also. Pretty, pretty, pretty good.
I have no idea where they save to, but I could probably try.
It's a free Android app, for the record.
"Must have" depends on the person. Here are SOME things I use.
The app Podcast Addict allows you to add bookmarks.
It's available on Android, I don't know about IOS.
It's basically just an RSS feed.
Podcast Addict is great too (and free). Been using it for years.
You're generally listening to them on your phone, any smartphone, as the apps that exist for them make it really easy to stay up to date with new episodes. (it's an RSS feed, if you know what that is) I'm on android and personally find that Podcast Addict has all the functions I could ask for.
However that doesn't mean you need a phone in the first place. All podcasts that aren't live streamed are just files you're downloading, usually a .mp3. So if, for instance, you have a high-security job where phones aren't allowed, you could download the files for the podcasts you want and put them on any cheap-ass mp3 player. (speaking from experience) It's an additional hassle, but totally doable.
There are podcast networks that apps like Podcast Addict can be aware of, this is the "home base" that can be useful for finding shows you like. So you could have the Radiotopia network who's family includes the aforementioned 99pi and Allusionist. If you're just starting out with podcasts, the shows from Radiotopia and the Relay network are pretty good. I subscribe to a few podcasts from other networks as well, WNYC, how stuff works, and 5by5. From just those networks the count of different podcasts to choose from is nearly 100.
Finding podcasts that are not in a network is mostly word of mouth, /r/podcasts, or threads like this. For example, the podcast that got me into them in the first place, Hello Internet is not on on any network. It's CGP Grey and Brady Haran, two youtubers talking about... stuff. Flags, plane crashes, conferences, youtube, voting systems, stuff. I really like both Grey and Brady, so I really enjoy listen to them talk about anything.
I only learned about their podcast when it started because Grey promoted it in his videos. From there, they mentioned other podcasts here and there, and I looked into them, liked 'em, and added more and more.
I recommend Podcast Addict for Android. It's free!
For news it's
The interesting thing about hourly news podcasts is watching news uncover. For instance the german truck incident I got to watch the news unfold on that almost live and it's .. interesting. Honestly keeping up with my hourly podcast and Fresh Air takes up a lot of my time. I only refresh 3 times a day by default.
The rest of my podcasts are hobby specific
Or Stuff I've always wanted to hear
or story based podcasts
or a few search terms
I think slightly more interesting than what i listen to is how and for me it's Podcast Addict. Ever since I stopped using iTunes when my computer crashed I've been looking for a mobile replacement and the Addict is the best I've ever seen. It's amazing. I'll probably spend some reward money and pay for the ad removal.
Ich bin mit Podcast & Radio Addict ziemlich zufrieden. Falls Du diese App auch kennst, kannst du beide vergleichen?
It's pretty easy to find them once you have an app.
This option is also in Podcast Addict - ignore audio focus requests. [link]
I don't use itunes personally, so I don't know, but they list this on their twitter @presbycast:
Give it a try.
I found them using the app that I use, podcast addict, as an alternative.
They're still working out some of the bugs in their recording software (show #4 had some hard times), but they say they've invested in some new equipment.
Also, they are planning to have Dr. Clark on later, at some point.
I got to know @wresbyterian and @chortlesweakly during my many moons commenting at DG Hart's blog. They are solid guys, always worth tuning in to what they are thinking about. Sorry, longer comment than I intended haha
Grace and peace.
Podcast Addict is the best podcast subscription app I have used for Android.
Podcast Addict - Para podcasts e rádios online. Não uso muito a parte de rádio, mas é o melhor pra podcast na minha opnião.
Portal - Drag and drop de arquivos do pc pro celular. Graças a ele acho que eu nunca tive de ligar meu celular no pc pra passar música.
Poweramp (Trial) - O full version dele é pago, mas custa apenas R$ 3,59 e vale cada centavo.
Ich höre ganz gerne Echo der Welt, sowas wie das Auslandsjournal zum Hören. Außerdem Geo Audio, da sind manchmal wirklich interessante Reiseberichte dabei.
Ich benutze podcast addict als App, da kann man auch einfach mal (nach Kategorien sortiert) durch das Angebot stöbern.
It is already back - [link]
My guess is that somebody created a bunch of fake requests to trigger automatic takedown.
I use podcast addict.
Try downloading youtube documentaries and shows you like via wifi and see how it frees you from using your own data. Let me help start you off
For downloading media
For podcasts download this and gain access to a myriad of audio sources
Also most importantly dont forget to turn off background data usage from the apps. Thats how you get screwed when you dont have data insurance
Have you tried Podcast Addict
Wargaming has a YouTube series called "How it works" which is worth watching.
"Maximizing XP for Dummies" is maybe worth reading.
Podcast Addict has all the podcast episodes and you can subscribe to it, although i cant find the aftershow
try using this [link]
Do you (or anyone else here) know if Podcast Addict uses the iTunes server, making it part of the Music Freedom benefit?
I actually never liked Pocket Casts, but that's just me. I preferred Podcast Addict. Though I am using AntennaPod currently and it's pretty good. Not as good as Podcast Addict though.
> Android Wear - just won't work without Google Play Services. I'm looking into AsteroidOS as an alternative.
I've heard good things about AsteroidOS. Never used it myself though.
> Uber & Lyft
You can just use the website instead of the app
I haven't seen a commit for oandbackup since April. I hope it hasn't been abandoned :/
> Moovit and other transit apps like Transit or ones specific to my local area
Have you tried Transportr?
I have never heard of this. It seems like Frost claims to be fully open. I wonder if they are interested in getting on F-Droid.
The reason why Wire isn't on F-droid is because it still depends on Google Play Services and GCM/FCM.
I love Forecastie and I have been trying to help out among other people (10 pull requests atm), but it seems to be abandoned... Only 2 people can actually make the commits and accept pull requests but they are both pretty inactive.
Podcast addict [link]
Here you go: [link]
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A parte Freakonomics mi piacciono un sacco This American Life e You are not so smart.
Ma poi, ovviamente, dipende dai tuoi interessi.
This American Life è molto USA-centrico ma non solo, ha formati sempre diversi (a volte più pezzi con un unico filo conduttore, a volte una storia etc.) ti consiglio tre episodi che mi sono rimasti in mente:
>Abdi is a Somali refugee living in Kenya and gets the luckiest break of his life: he wins a lottery that puts him on a short list for a U.S. visa. This is his ticket out. But before he can cash in his golden ticket, the police start raiding his neighborhood, targeting refugees.
>A journalist named Meron Estefanos gets a disturbing tip. She's given a phone number that supposedly belongs to a group of refugees being held hostage in the Sinai desert. She dials the number, and soon dozens of strangers are begging her to rescue them. How can she ignore them?
> Producer Miki Meek tells the story of a phone booth in Japan that attracts thousands of people who lost loved ones in the 2011 tsunami and earthquake. A Japanese TV crew from NHK Sendai filmed people inside the phone booth, whose phone is not connected to anything at all.;
Invece You're not so smart è più incentrato su biases, fallacie etc.
Per ascoltarli uso Podcast Addict, la versione gratuita, ha tutto quello che mi serve (scaricamento e gestione dei podcast, audio boost, possibilità di ascoltare a velocità maggiore del normale).
Listener number 3 ¯\(ツ)/¯
checking in, just now found their livestream URL on their website:
Podcast & Radio Addict [link]
Cara, respondi teu tópico de madrugada, então fui meio preguiçoso. Deixa eu consertar isso:
Do Gugacast eu recomendo que tu ouça o episódio em que o Azaghal participa; não é o meu preferido, mas como tem alguém familiar acho que pode ser do teu interesse - na pior das hipóteses tu ouve mais uma história do Azaghal, o que ainda é lucro.
Do FAQ21 eu recomendo o episódio da última semana, que discute algumas tecnologias de "edição" do ser humano e é um dos meus preferidos.
Como me parece que tu tá começando nessa vida, vou tomar a liberdade de te recomendar um aplicativo pra celular que é excelente (e grátis!): o Podcast Addict. Eu costumava ouvir no PC mesmo, mas sério que esse app levou ouvir podcasts pra um outro nível haha
I do too. Used to use Stitcher but Podcast Addict blows it away. Easily my favorite app for podcasts.
Podcast Addict has never failed me.
I like Podcast & Radio Addict
Just addict, not plural.
Link for ease...
As /u/VeggieWombat said, Youtube really isn't a good platform for podcasting. I recommend Podcast Addict if you're on Android. Below I've added my recommendations list.
Hello from the Magic Tavern: Funny and intriguing podcast about a guy who falls into an alternate dimension of vaguely Lord of the Rings-ish/Narnian magic and adventure. My personal second-favorite. (r/magictavern)
Hello Internet: Podcast by YouTubers CGPGrey and Brady Haran where they discuss various topics, from the home-work life balance to how they make videos. (r/CGPGrey)
Lore: Aaron Mahnke explores the history behind scary stories and myths. Very thoroughly researched. (r/lorepodcast)
Serial: From the creators of This American Life, follows a true story and unfolds it over the course of the season. First season follows the case of Adnan Syed, convicted of murdering his ex-girlfriend when they were teenagers, though under questionable evidence. Highly acclaimed. (r/serialpodcast)
The Black Tapes: Serialized fictional documentary drama following a journalist's search to uncover an enigmatic conspiracy. Also quite highly acclaimed. (r/PNWS)
Tanis: From the creators of The Black Tapes, Nic Silver investigates the mystery and conspiracy shrouded around the existence of Tanis, an otherworldly enigma of unknown nature. In doing so, he finds himself enmeshed in the intrigue surrounding it, and face to face with an eldritch horror. (r/PNWS)
The Message: Fictional serialized miniseries presented as a factual podcast about the research of a group of scientists into an extraterrestrial signal received during WWII by the US government. Has a few issues with pacing, but overall I really liked it. (r/TheMessagePodcast)
The Moth: Storytellers tell real stories to live crowds, unscripted. They've been around since 1997, so they've had a lot of time to refine their art. Though not as much as...
This American Life: Weekly public broadcast program that generally deals with nonfiction journalism, covering topics and stories one might not always hear on normal public radio. (Off the top of my head, they did a fascinating episode on a collaborative manufacturing project between Toyota and GM meant to improve both companies that worked to some extent, but was ultimately ended. Just one of many, many examples.) Highly recommend. (r/ThisAmericanLife)
The NoSleep Podcast: Pretty obvious one. Produced by David Cummings, the podcast tells choice stories selected from our very own r/nosleep. A must-listen for any horror fan. (r/NosleepAudio)
Wait, Wait... Don't Tell Me: Another well-known one. NPR news quiz featuring various panelists trying to answer questions regarding the previous week's news. Often funny, though the humor doesn't always work for everyone. I find it's a great way to keep up with the news when I have a busy week. (r/WaitWait)
Welcome to Night Vale: My personal favorite, and one of the best podcasts out there, bar none. The podcast features the (fictional) community radio program of the (fictional) town of Night Vale where things are...strange, to say the least. There's really no way to describe it, it must be experienced firsthand. (r/nightvale)
Alice Isn't Dead: From the creators of WtNV. An eerie audio drama that follows the journey of a trucker searching for her wife, who she had thought dead. Like in Night Vale, she experiences bizarre happenings, all the while pursuing (or perhaps pursued by an inhuman serial killer with a hunger for flesh. If you like WtNV, you'll like this. (r/AliceIsntDead)
King Falls AM: It's slightly similar to WtNV, in that it follows a similar "community radio in a strange town" conceit, but the two podcasts are quite different in terms of tone, character, and story. I can definitely recommend giving it a listen. (r/KingFallsAM)
After the TSA swiped my ipod I started using Podcast Addict, no complaints so far.
Following are my favorite android apps:
Second Podcast Addict. Its my goto app for all podcasts on Android.
I use podcast addict
I use the podcast addict app which I love.
have you tried Podcast & Radio Addict?
Podcast addict is my vote for best podcatcher, and it allows you to search iTunes.
top ! merci !
en fait j'ai telechargé podcast addict sur android et je cherche à le remplir de bonnes choses, pour le moment j'ai rentré que la tete au carré et le control discal de rkk, c'est maigre...
Gosto muito do Podcast Addict, é gratuito e tem justmente essa função.
I would recommend listening to some podcasts! I drive home from Uni every month or so and it's a 4 hour drive and I find they really help pass the time! (and they're free.. yay!). Obviously it depends on your personal preferences, however, I really enjoy listening to Invisibilia . Another favourite of mine is Freakonomics. They are both great and both available in iTunes, or if you don't have an apple phone, you can download a podcast player such as Podcast Addict for an Android device.
Podcast Addict is a good Android app for this.
For anyone else in the thread without an iphone, I prefer Podcast Addict as an app.
I use the Podcast Addict app to download and keep track of podcasts I have listened to. I am not sure if there is an ios version of this app.
[link] If there is one thing I link to in this post that you check out it should be the Wrath of the Khans series by Dan Carlin's Hardcore History. It is about the rise of the mongol empire and it is the most interesting audio series I have ever listened to. I highly recommend it.
The ones below will likely be better if you can watch the video too
[link] wide range of topics
[link] tech related
[link] conversations with leading scientists, philosophers, theologians, and scholars, covering a diverse range of topics or questions from the size and nature of the universe (or multiverse), to the existence and essence of God, to the mystery of consciousness and the notion of free will
This is a great android podcast app with the pause skipping feature they liked on ios.
I love Podcast Addict.
Skip the app, if you are a VIP then you can get the feed to use in a podcast app.
ios: I hear overcast is good.
If you just want to listen to podcasts, I'd recommend an actual podcast player. I personally use Podcast Addict
Are you sure? I use it on my Samsung all the time.
Our tumblr page has each currently available episode up right now:
There's also an episodes tag for the blog that takes you only to the episodes:
Also if you have an android device, I like Podcast Addict.
Really streamlined and easy to use podcast app.
Just search: Find Marvin
And our "FM" Logo
Let us know what you think of the show!
I use podcast addict, [link]
Sadly Critical Role doesn't have a audio version that's downloadable but there is a app called podcast addict for Android then you have the podcast section on Itunes.
here are a couple of podcast you might like to listen to while you work:
*How we Roll
*Roll to hit
*Happy Jacks RPG
Hope that helps
Google Play Music does have podcast but they are limited
I use this [link] for podcast I can't find on GPM
I've used many and have been listening to podcasts for over 5 years now on Android. Podcast Addict [link] was my final choice.
EDIT : I have never bothered to look at another app since about two and a half years ago.
[link] is my go to