Which podcast player should I stick with … Downcast or iCatcher?

iOS and iPadOS

I have both iCatcher and Downcast installed on my iPad. I’ve used both, and explored all of their features. I’ve kept switching from one to the other multiple times. Currently, I&#0392m using iCatcher. I just don’t know which one to stick with. Before I switch, I compare all of their features. The only problem is is that these apps basically have the same features, except for so small features in each app. Which app do you stick with? Thanks



Submitted by Tree on Tuesday, May 10, 2016

I use Apple's podcast players, because I have not found anything els that sinks everything between my mac and phone, and can handle my giant library.

?Downcast does have a great mac app, but I can't use the iOS app because I am subscribed to more podcasts then it can handle.

If you care about sinking podcast across iOS and the desktop try downcast or Apple's podcasts players, if you plan to have over two hundred and forty podcasts,, be aware that you might have issues with downcast.

Submitted by KE7ZUM on Tuesday, May 10, 2016

I don't think apple has a podcast client for osx. Youcan try over cast as I love the smart speed feature. It just over all rocks.

Apples OS 10 podcast client is called iTunes. In my opinion it's the best podcast client on the desktop It takes downcast dozens of minutes to update my podcast, while it only takes iTunes a few seconds.

Submitted by DPinWI on Wednesday, May 11, 2016

I like the way iCatcher works, and i like the responsiveness of the developer. I have tried others, but even though they have a very similar feature set, I just like the way iCatcher handles playlists better.