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Top Free Android Podcast Players

Top Free Android Podcast Players

A podcast is a show that is available over the internet which is divided into parts or episodes. Podcasts include both audio and video files and are often downloaded through web syndication. When the term podcasting was invented back in 2004, this form of broadcasting was regarded as the new face of radio journalism. Some users have been confused by the term podcast, incorrectly believing that it requires an Apple iPod to listen to this type of digital media.

There are a huge range of podcasts available ranging from professional radio programmes, a guide to repairing a car, a daily cocktail recipe, or a language lesson. Whatever your interests may be, there is bound to be a podcast that will be engaging.

The Android Market has a huge number of dedicated and integrated podcast players. Some of the players have very limited functionality, or are in a very early stage of development. The purpose of this article is to help users separate the wheat from the chaff. We have compiled a list of 5 high quality podcast players all available to download without charge. Hopefully there will be something of interest here for anyone who wants to get into the world of podcasting.

So, let's explore the 5 podcast applications at hand. For each application we have compiled its own portal page, providing screenshots of the software in action, a full description with an in-depth analysis of its features, together with links to relevant resources and reviews. We give our highest recommendation to Google Listen and BeyondPod. We consider that these two applications represent the best of breed podcast players available in the Android Market.

Podcast Players
Google Listen Google Labs brings podcasts and web audio to your Android-powered device
BeyondPod RSS feed reader and podcast manager
Stitcher Primarily a podcast player but supports AM/FM and live internet only stations
ACast Feature-rich podcast player
OneCast Makes it easy to find and play any podcast

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