The best way to get a podcast on iTunes or a podcast app like Stitcher, Spotify or Podbean is to just download it and listen to it, which can be done for free by many users.
The podcasting community, however, has been struggling with the problem of getting a podcast that’s well-designed, fast and well-reviewed.
CBC’s Peter Braid has the answer.
Peter Braid is the co-host of CBC Radio’s CBC News Network, the author of the new book, The Podcasting Experiment: How to Download a Podcast and Listen to it Free, and he has written many books on podcasting.
He was kind enough to share his best advice for podcasting developers.1.
You don’t have to download it.
I would say that most podcasting apps are going to work great if you just download them and listen.2.
If you have a lot of podcasts, try and buy a subscription service like Strava or a podcatcher like Podpod.3.
The most important thing is quality.
If your app is crap, don’t even bother to download and listen it.
The podcasting app ecosystem is in flux.
Some of the most popular apps have gone completely offline, leaving a vacuum that is filled by some well-crafted apps, but many apps have been shut down by major tech companies and publishers.
I don’t recommend buying an app from Apple, Google, Microsoft or Facebook.
You should at least try to find a service that’s good enough for you.
You can download the Podcasting Experience app for iOS, Android or Mac from the Apple App Store.
The Podcast Experience app is free for up to one year.