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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
289K Ratings

289K Ratings

McZune ,

The best tech podcasts ever!

The best things come in three’s! That seems to be the case with the hosts of Connected and Accidental Tech Podcast! The hosts of each show bring a different perspective to Apple and tech in general.
Stephen, Mike, and Federico give Connected listeners a view of Apple hardware and software from the view of tech writers and hardware fans. Stephen’s Apple hardware collection is legendary and his history with Apple gives him a unique angle when discussing things like hardware changes or repair options.
The ATP hosts are all developers that, while definitely fans of Apple, will not hesitate to point out when they disagree with choices the hardware or software teams at Apple make. They are all hardware enthusiasts and do a great job letting you know what new hardware they are trying out and what they like and don’t like about it. I love hearing about Marco’s new toys, but I’m also grateful that John & Casey are there to give differing options. Also, after you listen to their closing song once, you’ll be singing along every time. And don’t forget to visit their Members page. They are the only podcast that I listen to live, then the members ‘bootleg’, and then the edited version.
If you’re using Apple products and have any interests in tech, you need to subscribe to both of these podcasts immediately! You will not regret it.
If you want a third podcast to make it an even three, check out Upgrade with Jason Snell and Mike Hurley.

Sean oc ,

Best Golf Channel out there

Generally I don’t like the whole golf “influencers” scene but the Foreplay crew offer something different to the rest that I can’t get enough of. I like how honest they are with their position in the golf world in that none of them claim to be any better at the game than they are and that at the end of the day all their opinions and insights are coming from the position of 4 amateur golfers. With that said though when they get access to some of the coolest experiences in golf I really appreciate that they see it through the lens of golf fanboys like the rest of us and not as some professional golf analyst type which makes them so much more relatable. And when they discuss the latest events in the golf world their discussions feel like one I would have with a group of friends which is a great break from some of the more “professionally” oriented channels out there (and Frankie’s tangents about how the Universe works are always great to listen to). They’re relationships with some of the golfers on tour is great too cause they really showcase how cool and relatable some of these pros are (and how insanely much better they are than the common golfer). So if your lookin for a podcast that takes pride in catering to the “average” golfer that loves following the latest golf trends and dramas Frankie, Riggs, Trent, and Lurch got you with us one.

Salvadiego ,

A whole new world

I recently discovered your podcast and I have to say, you stirred something inside me that was rather… unexpected.
Like any good American I knew nothing about communism, or rather I knew one thing, communism was bad. But I never quite meshed well with the exploitive nature the surrounding culture either, it always seemed that I was at odds with the established norms of the workforce. So I’ve grown to just kinda accept that this is life and it’s better than those other places out there so just be thankful you aren’t out there. For context I’m a plumber by profession, and I live in a state where the unions, well there are no unions anymore, and I always wondered why that is. Because of your podcast, now I know.
I could go on about complacently of the public in the face of doom, and the need to act soon before we’re all turned into corporate drones, or something to that effect. But I digress because mostly I wanted to thank you. Putting myself into other peoples shoes appears to have it’s benefits. And even if it turns out that those shoes happen to be red, I’ve recently discovered I like red.
Take care.

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