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About this app

AntennaPod is a podcast manager and player that gives you instant access to millions of free and paid podcasts, from independent podcasters to large publishing houses such as the BBC, NPR and CNN. Add, import and export their feeds hassle-free using the iTunes podcast database, OPML files or simple RSS URLs.
Download, stream or queue episodes and enjoy them the way you like with adjustable playback speeds, chapter support and a sleep timer.
Save effort, battery power and mobile data usage with powerful automation controls for downloading episodes (specify times, intervals and WiFi networks) and deleting episodes (based on your favourites and delay settings).

Made by podcast-enthusiasts, AntennaPod is free in all senses of the word: open source, no costs, no ads.

Import, organize and play
• Manage playback from anywhere: homescreen widget, system notification and earplug and bluetooth controls
• Add and import feeds via the iTunes and gPodder.net directories, OPML files and RSS or Atom links
• Enjoy listening your way with adjustable playback speed, chapter support, remembered playback position and an advanced sleep timer (shake to reset, lower volume)
• Access password-protected feeds and episodes

Keep track, share & appreciate
• Keep track of the best of the best by marking episodes as favourites
• Find that one episode through the playback history or by searching titles and shownotes
• Share episodes and feeds through advanced social media and email options, the gPodder.net services and via OPML export

Control the system
• Take control over automated downloading: choose feeds, exclude mobile networks, select specific WiFi networks, require the phone to be charging and set times or intervals
• Manage storage by setting the amount of cached episodes, smart deletion and selecting your preferred location
• Adapt to your environment using the light and dark theme
• Back-up your subscriptions with the gPodder.net integration and OPML export

Join the AntennaPod community!
AntennaPod is under active development by volunteers. You can contribute too, with code or with comment!

Our friendly forum members are happy to help with every question you have. You are invited to discuss features and podcasting in general, too.

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Updated on
Oct 4, 2022

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41.1K reviews
Ian Redpla
November 1, 2022
Feature-rich, but with a simple clear interface. Reliable. Ad-free. With an excellent directory. Beats Google Podcast hands-down, and stands up well against the commercial (and lately very ad-heavy) PlayerFM. The "mark all up until this episode 'played'" feature makes it easy to migrate to AntennaPod from any other player. Strongly recommend, whether this is your first player or you're thinking of switching from another app to this one.
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October 26, 2022
May be the best podcast app- but with one major flaw. There is no option of multiple playlists. Many people have several categories of podcasts that they like to listen to in succession at different times. Seems like this has been on their to-do list for a long time but no one is able to get it done...
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Matthew Bauman
August 27, 2022
it's good. I like a lot of the features, but it really needs scroll bars & podcasts that start with "the" are all under T... navigation in general is harder than it should be. to go from viewing new episodes to the q, you have to hit a button on the top left, which goes away if you're viewing your subscription list. the widget could use a >| button
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What's new

∙ View "New Episodes" list now in a dedicated screen called Inbox, with swipe actions (@ByteHamster)
∙ Use swipe actions and quickly toggle Favourites on the Episodes screen (@ByteHamster)
∙ View a list of (unplayed) episodes in Android Auto (@tonytamsf)
∙ Scroll to the top of lists by long-pressing the toolbar (@ByteHamster)
∙ Bug fixes around authentication for podcasts & Nextcloud sync (@ByteHamster)
∙ Directly open localised documentation if available (for now: da, fr, it, nl) (@ByteHamster)