Monitor and organize your podcast subscriptions, download episodes and discover new content by taking advantage of this intuitive utility.
- Version :3.9.3
- License :GPL
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :Thomas Perl
gPodder is an application designed to help you keep up to speed with the latest material that is released on your favorite podcast feeds.
With this little tool you can download and then play or view audio and video files from RSS, Atom, YouTube, SoundCloud, Vimeo and XSPF feeds.
gpodder is easy to install and use as it displays a more than comprehensive interface. When you run it, it automatically checks for new releases and notifies you if there are any. The main window of the application is separated into two large sections, one from where you can access the audio and video feeds, and the other that displays the episodes from each one.
A file can be downloaded with a simple click after opening its context menu and have it sent to a folder you choose. The application also displays a summary of the episode along with the file size and release date. In case you come across a file that stirs interest but don’t have the time or possibility to download it in that moment, you can mark the file as unread and leave it so, or delete it if it’s irrelevant.
gpodder allows you to add subscriptions by having it search in its own database or by manually inserting the links yourself. Either way, it’s easy, practical and not at all time consuming.
Since podcasts are generally in audio format there’s a chance that you will be listening to them while you are on your commute or other kind of travel and this implies that you are using a portable player. gpodder is capable of synchronizing the content it downloads with your device so you can easily transfer the files to it.
In closing, if you’re looking for a really practical and reliable podcatcher then gpodder is a great choice.