Podkicker Pro

Podkicker Pro


This is one of the most popular podcast players for android.

★ Dedicated search engine containing 250.000+ podcasts.
★ Minimalistic, fast and efficient
★ Audio and video support.
★ Integration with Flattr.
★ No advertising.
★ Frequently updated.
★ Automatic downloads and notifications.
★ Podcast suggestions based on current subscriptions.
★ Sleeptimer.
★ Categories.
★ Swipe navigation
★ Carmode when driving.
★ No bloat.
★ Support for Basic Http Authentication
★ Utilizes the caching mechanism of the http protocol.
★ Supported mediaformats: http://bit.ly/Cpjbh
★ OPML, RSS 2.0 and ATOM support.



If you have problems or feature requests, just drop me an email and we'll figure it out.
** Right now there are a lot of unanswered emails to which I just cannot find time to answer :/




Reviews:
http://www.theverge.com/2012/4/2/2920069/app-review-podkicker-pro
http://www.coolsmartphone.com/2013/01/30/android-app-review-podkicker-pro/




A quickstart to get you going:

The Channel tab lists the podcasts you currently subscribe to.

The Episode tab lists the 200 latest episodes from all your subscriptions.

The Downloads tab lists the episodes you have downloaded to your phone.

The rest should be quite self explanatory.

Recent changes:
bugfixes
classic mode redesigned
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$1.08
88
4.4
User ratings
2921
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
1114 kb
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About Podkicker Pro
This is one of the most popular podcast players for android.

★ Dedicated search engine containing 250.000+ podcasts.
★ Minimalistic, fast and efficient
★ Audio and video support.
★ Integration with Flattr.
★ No advertising.
★ Frequently updated.
★ Automatic downloads and notifications.
★ Podcast suggestions based on current subscriptions.
★ Sleeptimer.
★ Categories.
★ Swipe navigation
★ Carmode when driving.
★ No bloat.
★ Support for Basic Http Authentication
★ Utilizes the caching mechanism of the http protocol.
★ Supported mediaformats: http://bit.ly/Cpjbh
★ OPML, RSS 2.0 and ATOM support.



If you have problems or feature requests, just drop me an email and we'll figure it out.
** Right now there are a lot of unanswered emails to which I just cannot find time to answer :/




Reviews:
http://www.theverge.com/2012/4/2/2920069/app-review-podkicker-pro
http://www.coolsmartphone.com/2013/01/30/android-app-review-podkicker-pro/




A quickstart to get you going:

The Channel tab lists the podcasts you currently subscribe to.

The Episode tab lists the 200 latest episodes from all your subscriptions.

The Downloads tab lists the episodes you have downloaded to your phone.

The rest should be quite self explanatory.

Recent changes:
bugfixes
classic mode redesigned

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User reviews of Podkicker Pro
Had to uninstall because it is not SD enabled - shame as it is my favourite
Aug 17, 2012
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 25, 2014
Does the job Works like a charm
A Google User
Aug 24, 2014
Worth the money! I use this app every day. Settings and options take some getting used to, but it has always worked well for me. Still glad I paid for it. Thanks again for this app!
A Google User
Aug 24, 2014
Just great Love this app. Easy to find new shows and very good UI. I'm very picky about podcasting apps and this one was a great replacement for Google Listen.
A Google User
Aug 23, 2014
Podkicker is great, simple, and effective. I'd like an easier way to re-download incomplete files, though. For a while my internet service was bad, and it was hard to fix failed downloads.
A Google User
Aug 21, 2014
Great app, needs a little work Takes care of my needs as a podcatcher and functions almost flawlessly for me. The only thing that keeps me from five staring it is that it sometimes doesn't flag a podcast as watched/listened after you have finished listening to it. It just moves on to the next podcast leaving the last one listened percentage where it was stopped prior to finishing. This can be very troublesome as I quite often find my self listening to podcasts over because I wasn't sure if I had missed that particular episode.