Self-publish podcasts, appcasts, and standard RSS feeds with Feeder.


- Feeder makes it easy to create and update your podcast, and ensures everything meets the Apple Podcasts requirements
- Preview podcast episodes as they’ll appear in the Podcasts app
- See serials listed by season and episode, along with trailers and bonuses, as in the Podcasts app
- Publish feeds and media files to different servers with a single click
- Redirect media file URLs through your preferred analytics service
- Download your existing feed to move to Feeder
- No lock-in: if you control your feed, you can use the service providers that suit you, and always move to another without losing subscribers


- Edit your feeds on all your Macs with iCloud
- Collaborate on feeds with other Feeder users with iCloud
- Schedule items to be published
- Rich text editing and preview
- Alternatively, write descriptions using HTML or Markdown
- Templates and auto-completion to save time
- Feeder can publish using FTP, SFTP, Amazon S3, WebDAV and file export
- Search the items in the feed, including by date
- Cross-post items to a blog when publishing
- Feeder 4 is completely updated for macOS Big Sur and built for Apple silicon


- Create Sparkle appcasts that automatically generate DSA and edDSA signatures
- Preview release notes as they’ll appear in the Sparkle update panel
- Feeder is fully scriptable for creating, editing and publishing feeds, and can run a script or Automator workflow after a feed is published

What’s New

Version 4.1.4

- Fixed an issue where newlines would be omitted when inserting the Description into the Episode Summary.
- Fixed a crash that could occur when publishing with Standard FTP on macOS 10.14.
- Added an option to Editor preferences to disable automatic publication dates.
- When using strict validation for podcasts, the length of the Description is no longer checked if there is an Episode Summary, as it will no longer be shown.

Ratings and Reviews

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App Privacy

The developer, Steve Harris, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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