’sodes

A casual and cozy podcast player 🎙️

’sodes is a casual, cozy way to listen to the occasional podcast. There are no download queues or tricked-out audio features. Just tap a show, tap an episode, and listen.

Reviews

  • Pros: 

    Casual, fun, pretty

    Cons: 

    None yet

    Love the look and themes. Icon is very cute.

    Cenk has used this product for one week.
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    Pavel KrivoshapkinCo-founder @ Placr
    Pros: 

    simple and understandable

    Cons: 

    none yet

    I love it!

    Pavel Krivoshapkin has used this product for one day.

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TonHunter@t55 · Mac'aholic
Brilliant podcast app by the equally brilliant Jared Sinclair. Not the ultimate podcast player but a dedicated tool for the casual podcast listener. Very well executed and well designed with some nice little touches.
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Michel@mictuc · Cliqz
@t55 What are good alternatives to the native Apple Podcast software? Any recommendations?
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TonHunter@t55 · Mac'aholic
@mictuc it's a matter of taste really. I like Breaker myself, but Overcast is pretty good too, and so is Castro. All three of 'em are heavy duty podcast apps.
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Jesse Wallace@jesse_wallace · Sr. UX Designer, Dragon Army
@t55 @mictuc Pocket Casts is also great. They also have a great web player.
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Klein Maetschke@kleinmaetschke · Digital Developer
@t55 @mictuc It all depends on what the "killer feature" for Podcast apps is for you. 'sodes does great with casual listening. (And has the best UI, imho.) Castro has an amazing queuing system. Overcast has great audio-treatments. Pocket Casts has the best discovery and web-player.
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Pavel Krivoshapkin@dibsonthecheese · Co-founder @ Placr
Cool!
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Damjanski@damjanski · Do Something Good
<3
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rossse@lyurossse · Hiii :)
This is exactly what we need right now!
So far love the app, but without offline option, will end up costing data to stream.