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What’s New

Version 5.0.2

Thanks for those of you who have rated RSSRadio on the App Store, this is a big help and encouragement. To those who haven't yet done so, I hope you will find time soon.
 
Thanks to the beta testers for their invaluable feedback. Special thanks to my generous Patreon supporters.
 
Whats New:

5.0.2

This release addresses technical debt and updates RSSRadio to use modern api’s. It also resolves some long standing usability issues.

* Replaced the remove ads app purchase with a subscription. Existing paid users are grandfathered in and will see no ads but can subscribe if they want.
* Rewrote the feed refreshing engine
* Rewrote the CloudKit sync
* Cloud sync is always on
* Rewrote the show artwork handling
* Podcast settings can just automatically mirror the default settings
* Removed many less used and troublesome options
* Removed the widget
* Play podcasts on RSSRadio using Siri
* Watch app has been removed, it will be replaced by one with standalone playback at a later date
* Follows the system dark or light theme
* New icon
* New tint color
* Archiving is no longer a thing, it’s handled automatically for you
* Unlistened has become called Unplayed
* Playlists tab is now just called Categories

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
562 Ratings

562 Ratings

dkorz ,

Favorite podcast app

I have been using RSS Radio to listen to podcasts ever since Apple’s native podcast app quit making sense. This app does almost everything I want and is the best of all I have tried.
Pros: Very easy to organize my podcasts. You can assign 2 categories to each podcast which then creates playlists by category in addition to the default playlist. You can modify the options for default settings when you subscribe to a podcast ( i.e., download latest 1, 2 or all unlistened episodes, add to front or end of the play lid, start after xx seconds). You can then set these uniquely for each podcast. This app has the most options for this than other apps I have tried.
What I wish the app would do: Create my own playlist for individual podcast episodes. This would come in handy when I am planning for a long road trip. Managing this through “favorites” almost works, but is not easy to work with. I haven’t been able to figure out how to modify the order of podcasts in any playlist other than default. But I haven’t found another app that could do this either.
Overall, I am very happy with the app.

switcha ,

THE most customizable podcast player

If you listen to a lot of shows, this is your player. Period. None of the social duff and show promo previews the native app is cluttering every screen with now. Just your shows and their episodes with full control over every aspect of each.

From serialized shows you want to plow through starting at episode 1, to daily news where you will never dig back through archives, to shows you've just discovered with 200 back episodes you want to selectively pick through, this app lets you tweak ALL the settings for each show to keep your playlist fresh and filled with your must-listens.

Auto-queue places your must-listens in the queue automatically and you even get to dictate where in the queue they get added.
Manual reordering of not only each category, but of the shows you place in the categories is a godsend.
Easy to add single episodes from shows you don't want to subscribe to.
Super efficient listening with playback speeds, silence skipping, customizable forward and backward skip amounts, and customizable show start and finish skips.

Digging through the settings might seem daunting, but honestly every item is a delight as you discover the ability to do things you didn't even know you wanted to do. And the default settings would work great anyway.

Happily upgraded not to gain features or remove ads, but because this amount of attention to detail deserves support.

dantkendall ,

Well worth paying for the full version

I was just looking for a new podcast app that would let me skip back and forward a few seconds over a Bluetooth connection (which the Apple app strangely doesn't allow). I chose this app since it had a free version and I ended up getting so much more! I love all the customization options for each podcast and the fact that I can finally select all episodes when editing (another feature missing from the Apple app). So happy with it after a few days that I had to purchase to support the devs. One request I'd make is a filter for listened episodes so I can select them all and archive them. Thanks for the great app!

Information

Seller
Dorada App Software Ltd
Size
17.4 MB
Category
News
Compatibility

Requires iOS 13.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English, Dutch, French, German, Japanese, Norwegian Bokmål, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish

Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© (c) Dorada Software Ltd
Price
Free
In-App Purchases
  1. RSSRadio Full Version Upgrade $3.99
  2. RSSRadio $1.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

  • Siri

    Get things done within this app using just your voice.

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