Joel Mathis is on the lookout for a great third-party podcast manager for his iOS devices. His criteria: It works on multiple devices, it takes advantage of AirPlay, and it delivers more than just podcast playback. And the winner is...
Using iTunes to manage and play back your podcasts just not cutting it any more? These third-party apps offer a more direct approach for downloading and listening to podcasts.
Ambrosia Software on Friday released an iPad edition of Soundboard, its sound-effects utility for podcasters, broadcasters, and other live performers.
Jason Snell has been going podcast wild the last year. Here are a bunch of tips based on what he's learned.
For the total experience of discovering, organizing, and listening to podcasts, iCatcher is tough to top.
In this episode of the Macworld podcast, host Roman Loyola talks to Gary Allen of ifoAppleStore.com about the time before the Apple Store, the evolution of Apple Retail, and what makes the stores so popular.
Want to play your podcasts in the order of their creation rather than the most recent first? Here's how.
With Skype and a $20 application you can record good-sounding remote interviews. Here's how.
OnCue, an app that lets music fans create and share playlists directly from their iPhone, has been updated with features that make for more flexible podcast listening.
This app for finding, downloading, and listening to podcasts improves on the built-in functionality of your iPhone or iPod touch.