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.
AntennaPod is still in beta and might lack some advanced features or have bugs. So far the following features are implemented:
* Downloading and Streaming of episodes
* Support for Atom and RSS feeds
* OPML import and export
* Flattr integration
* Player homescreen widget
* Automatic feed updates
* Sleep timer
* MiroGuide integration
* Supports MP3 chapters, VorbisComment chapters and Simple Chapters
* Available languages: English, Russian, German
If you find any bugs or want to give feedback, you can create an issue on the Github project page (hzzps://github.com/danieloeh/AntennaPod) or send an e-mail to email@example.com. You can also contact @antennapod on Twitter.
This app is free of charge and ad-free. If you want to support AntennaPod, you can flattr it here: flattr.com/thing/745609
AntennaPod user reviews :
Ui is good once you set it up. One thing it needs is a better search engine for podcasts. This is a little hard to come since they have to create a store like google play. What the developer can do is have a recommendation page with rising and barely heard of podcasts.
The app is very cleanly designed and follows the new Holo app design guidelines nicely. The user experience could be refined a bit in places but its a new app that will likely be refined over time. Could also use improved search functionality for discovering new content.
First off, the app looks great. OPML import is a plus, though the copying in a folder is a little silly. Download speed is horrendous (I timed downloading the same episode with several podcast apps; this one took forever). I will be keeping an eye on it, but can’t switch to Antenna yet.
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