Even with limited terms, I was always able to find what I was looking for via search. Tape Another great Smashcast feature is a tape. The ability to share the podcast straight from the show notes or episode is a plus! Sharing is limited to Twitter. Users can take actions like copy, email, open in web browser, or utilize almost every social media service to share. I will say I have been very pleased with my Windows phone in all aspects… other than its ability to survive being drowned in a toilet by my one-year-old son. Here are quick thoughts and a rating for each of the additional apps I tried listed in alphabetical order. Please help us name this podcast! Sharing is limited to text, email, Twitter, and Facebook.
The search engine in the store being far more focussed on app names than anything else. However the download rates were dreadful, conversion was poor and you end up with ranty posts like the one above. First an acknowledgement that the prior post was written in a more emotional state than I perhaps would have liked. The statement 'over 5000' times makes it sound like a lot - it's not. Examples of acceptable content: 3D printing, ham radio channels, etc. Usually, people choose or in order to spend less time while searching for a good platform to stream on. Impress your audience with your coding skills.
Users must adjust settings for each subscription. Easy to find my favorite podcasts. Ugly interface, clunky controls, impossible to find any podcasts, this app did not win any awards with me. All food for thought I guess. I first started searching for podcasts on my phone through the Windows Store. Not every app had such great results. You can speed up your player in order to listen to more podcasts in less time.
Per podcast speed, download, and archive settings. It allows complete manipulation and fine-grain control of every setting for every podcast. The downside to Instacast is the price. My dream podcast app would offer me an account so I could synchronize my playlists and listening progress not only to my other devices, but to my computer as well. Instead, Pocket Casts has episode filters, which seem more clunky for creating topical playlists. If you are recreational podcast listener, this is a great option. You can easily sync across devices via the Cloud or a Facebook login.
I could not get Pocket Casts to let me download back issues of podcasts. Price: free Rating: P Podcast Addict has some nice features, though I felt the interface lacking. Access podcast player controls via lock screen and notifications, as well as widgets in Android devices. But those platforms will never allow you to stream in 4k-resolution like Smashcast does. This is time consuming but the customization is nice. I prefer it to Apple Podcasts because of its handy helps and support. Recent updates have dramatically improved the search features, so an updated review is coming soon.
The only problem is that not all podcasts are available through Stitcher. Smashcast is a platform for gamers made by gamers, and so is their content. So after each podcast you have to manually go in and pick the next podcast if you want to hear them in sequence. This app is also apparently designed for phones as the view was very blurry on my tablet. Features Easy registration process For those of you who are lazy enough to search or even to create a mail account, Smashcast created an integration between itself and huge variety of social networks. Hype-o-meter Whenever you watch an e-sports match, you can send emoji in chat.
Looking for a great podcast to listen to? Software, desktop app, or browser extension for a synchronized podcast experience on my laptop and tablet. No downloading or payments necessary, Windows Phones allow you to listen and manage your podcast subscriptions with ease. The icons were confusing—it took me forever just to figure out how to subscribe to a podcast! Smashcast has been downloaded close to 1000 times 982 at the time of writing ; number of downloads is has little to no bearing on payback in an app-store. When I heard that Kat Lee was turning her interviews into a podcast, I knew it was time to start listening to podcasts instead of just hearing about them. Subscribe to your favorite podcasts once, and get notifications every time a new episode is downloaded and ready for you to listen to. There are still things I would like to see from the Store though, replies to reviews is still something that needs addressing, and timing out displayed reviews after x time or y updates would be helpful too. Is there an app you particularly like that has the ability to search for specific episodes? And there is absolutely no manual control.
Press and hold on a podcast to access all options for the podcast—category, how many episodes to download and keep, custom playback speed, etc. So I started searching for reviews, reading top ten app lists, and downloading the most promising ones to try them out myself. Download podcasts automatically on wifi for offline listening. So you may get Topic 1 of 2 Subject C Subject F Topic 2 of 2 It is all over the place. It allows you to share news with your viewers. Everything is now somehow connected with computers and technologies.
Music + Videos Hub reviewed by I feel it is only fair to start with a disclaimer on my review: I only started exploring podcasts a few days ago, and my only experience with smart phones has been with the Windows Nokia Lumia that I have owned for 10 months now. Click on a podcast that piques your interest for the complete description then view a list of episodes. I'd have been fine with the negative reviews too if the store had some way of timing them out as new releases are approved. Keep it clean, nerdy, and fresh. View show notes, share a direct link to the podcast from the player, add a widget to your home screen, use the sleep timer, and easily switch to car mode. Each side of the panel will be given a certain amount of time to make their case to SamuraiPanda, then he will respond, and the other side of the panel will have time for a rebuttal. I felt like the BeyondPod app was slower and just more cumbersome in all the details.
Turning them back on is the same process. Being able to use the same app no matter the brand of device, and sync your playlists between them all, is a huge plus. In fact that's something I never expected; I work all day selling big box software to people and obviously helping to make a sale at work is great. Show notes that are nice to view and easy to share. The same rules for streaming gameplay apply to drawings as well.