One way the iPhone has changed my daily routine is by means of podcasts. If you’re not familiar, podcasts are like on-demand radio shows that can be downloaded or streamed by your iPhone or iPad. You’ll need a podcast app to do so. As I’ve mentioned before, I recommend Pocket Casts and Overcast.
Once you have a podcast app you like, you’ll be able to search for podcasts by title or keywords. Here you will find podcasts that might interest you. Once subscribed, your podcast player will automatically search for new episodes and download them each time they’re released.
Being an Apple geek, I love listening to the latest and greatest news surrounding their products. I also want to know how to get the most out of my iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Here are a few of my favorite podcasts I subscribe to. If you already have a podcast app installed, you can simply click the image or title link and it will be added to your subscriptions.
iMore showRene RitchieTech NewsPodcastDownload
The iMore crew provides updates on the latest Apple and technology news. Updated every week, this podcast is for those who want a dose of Apple tech without having to search the web. Each week’s panel discussion focuses on the latest news on iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch with each member bringing their own personal take on the devices.
Mac Power Users
Mac Power UsersRelay FMSoftware How-ToPodcastDownload
If you’re a Mac user looking to gain more control over your computer, these guys are the ones you want coaching you. Every week David Sparks
and Katie Floyd
discuss how to optimize the use your Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch. Even though I’ve used a Mac for years, and have listened to them for almost as long, I always learn something new on each episode. They often interview notable guests on how they use their Apple products to get things done.
Today in iOS
Today in iOS - The Unofficial iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch PodcastRob @ podCast411 and Part of the podcast411networkGadgetsPodcastDownload
For a more comprehensive summary of the Apple news world, Rob Walch hosts this weekly podcast. One of the cool features is that listeners from around the world call in with Apple recommendations, reviews, and questions. Today in iOS is the podcast to listen to for the true Apple enthusiast.
If you want to here about weekly app and game releases, Apple’N’Apps Weekly podcast is the place to be. You’ll quickly get up-to-date on all the Apple News through engaging commentary. Trevor Sheridan
and Brett Nolan
provide their insights on why you should or shouldn’t download this week’s app releases.
As mentioned above, you’ll need a podcast app in order to listen to these shows. Apple does provide their own Podcast app, but it leaves a lot of functionality out. These are the podcast apps I recommend.
Castro - High Fidelity is a clever app with a clever name. Where Castro focuses its attention is not on cramming in as many features as possible, but rather on design. In fact, the developers were so concentrated on design that many of the functions are hidden away in gesture ...Read More
On the other end of the spectrum from Castro is Downcast. While not a terrible looking app by any means, its clear that Downcast's strength is its vast capabilities. If you like to tweak and fiddle with your podcast subscriptions, Downcast is up to the challenge. In fact, this app ...Read More
There's a new podcast app on the block. Its called Overcast and its the brainchild of an App Store developer veteran Marco Arment. Marco is the co-founder of popular micro-blogging site Tumblr and the creator of read-it-later app Instapaper. Chances are you've heard of his work. with Overcast, Arment sets ...Read More
If you are a fan of swipe gestures, trendy design, and are looking for a fully-featured podcast app, Pocket Casts will be right up your alley. While there exist many podcast apps in the App Store, including Apple's own offering, the team at Shifty Jelly have produced something above the ...Read More