AntennaPod

AntennaPod


AntennaPod is an open-source podcast manager for Android 2.3.3 and above. It offers all the basic features you expect from a podcatcher, like streaming and downloading episodes, refreshing all feeds automatically or adding them to a queue to listen to them later. Moreover, AntennaPod lets you flattr podcasts and episodes from within the app.

So far the following features are implemented:

* Downloading and Streaming of episodes
* Variable speed playback (requires Presto Sound Library or Prestissimo)
* Support for Atom and RSS feeds
* Support for password-protected feeds and episodes
* Support for searching iTunes listings
* OPML import and export
* Flattr integration including automatic flattring
* Player homescreen widget
* Search
* Automatic feed updates
* Automatic download of new episodes
* Sleep timer
* Access to the gpodder.net podcast directory
* Subscription syncing with the gpodder.net service
* Supports MP3 chapters, VorbisComment chapters and Podlove Simple Chapters
* Supports paged feeds (http://podlove.org/paged-feeds/)

Recent changes:
Version 1.1.1
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* All Episodes and New Episodes are now both present
* Remembers which activity was last active instead of always going to the Queue
* When adding a podcast the most recent episode is considered 'new'
* Resolved some crashes on some platforms
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Free
86
4.3
User ratings
2830
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
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File size
2547 kb
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About AntennaPod
AntennaPod is an open-source podcast manager for Android 2.3.3 and above. It offers all the basic features you expect from a podcatcher, like streaming and downloading episodes, refreshing all feeds automatically or adding them to a queue to listen to them later. Moreover, AntennaPod lets you flattr podcasts and episodes from within the app.

So far the following features are implemented:

* Downloading and Streaming of episodes
* Variable speed playback (requires Presto Sound Library or Prestissimo)
* Support for Atom and RSS feeds
* Support for password-protected feeds and episodes
* Support for searching iTunes listings
* OPML import and export
* Flattr integration including automatic flattring
* Player homescreen widget
* Search
* Automatic feed updates
* Automatic download of new episodes
* Sleep timer
* Access to the gpodder.net podcast directory
* Subscription syncing with the gpodder.net service
* Supports MP3 chapters, VorbisComment chapters and Podlove Simple Chapters
* Supports paged feeds (http://podlove.org/paged-feeds/)

Recent changes:
Version 1.1.1
------------------
* All Episodes and New Episodes are now both present
* Remembers which activity was last active instead of always going to the Queue
* When adding a podcast the most recent episode is considered 'new'
* Resolved some crashes on some platforms

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
5 days ago
I loved this app but Am I the only one experiencing crashes since updating to Lollipop?
A Google User
Apr 25, 2015
Becoming the best! It says this player isn't being maintained but there are developers working on it adding the very few features that will take this to the top of the podcast player list. I have bought several and tried them all but this one with the latest improvements beats them all without being full of esoteric features and the bugs that accompany those. Just get this and be done. 😀
A Google User
Apr 25, 2015
Clean, easy to use
A Google User
Apr 24, 2015
Great app Wish list item: download podcasts via BitTorrent :-)
A Google User
Apr 24, 2015
Very good, question about adding podcasts with lots of existing episodes Hi there, This app is excellent, you guys are doing a great job. I have a question about using the app. I added a podcast that has over a hundred existing episodes. I would like to listen to it starting with the oldest episode first because it is a serial and I'd like to follow the storyline. Is adding each old episode to the queue manually the only way to listen oldest to newest? That's a lot of scrolling and clicking. The way I understand antennapod's use seems great for staying current with podcasts, but difficult for listening to old casts. Is there a way to use antennapod in that way? I saw on github a feature request to "add all to queue", that would probably do it. Also, I tried emailing the google group but it bounced back. Thanks for your help, I greatly appreciate it.
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