Latest Pocket Casts Update Brings Support for Android Nougat

Pocket Casts has become one of the most popular podcast catcher apps around. Especially on Android, where there isn't a proper Google podcast app. Pocket Casts has always been one of the first apps to implement new features from Google, even when Material Design first launched, Pocket Casts was one of the first to implement that new design (and it looked amazing). Now, Pocket Casts is here with a new update for Android Nougat. A couple of the features included here is the split-screen that was made available in Android 7.0 Nougat, and also icon shortcuts which is part of Android 7.1. Those of you with a Nougat-powered device, will definitely love this update to Pocket Casts.

That's not all that's in the changelog however. Pocket Casts has also added Audio Effects which can now be used when streaming. Finally, there are new sharing options. Pocket Casts now allows you to share a list of your podcasts with other people. So if you have a list of your favorite podcasts and you want to share them with your friend(s), you can now do so, and do it pretty easily. As usual, Pocket Casts has also updated the app to fix a slew of bugs and improve stability in the app. So that you should have a better experience using it overall.

Pocket Casts is a cross-platform podcast catcher, it's available on iOS as well as the web. Although using it on the web is not free, it'll cost you just a few bucks, which isn't a bad price, to be honest. Pocket Casts has all of your favorite podcasts, in fact, any podcast that is registered will be available in Pocket Casts. They also offer some pretty sweet tools for finding even more podcasts that you may want to check out, that you may not have ever heard of before. So you can open yourself up to even more podcasts to listen too. Pocket Casts also has Android Wear support, allowing you to control the podcast you are listening to, from your wrist, which can definitely be pretty helpful. You can download the latest version using the link below.

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