NarrowCast Podcast App for Windows 8, 10 Launches with Plenty of Features
If you have been on the lookout for a truly professional podcast app for your Windows 8, 8.1 or Windows RT touch or desktop device, then I’m happy to inform you that we might have found it. Touted as a “powerful podcatcher”, NarrowCast has been designed exclusively for Windows 8 devices, which is one of the reasons why it is so great. At the moment, it is available for $1.99 but a future update will make it available for Windows Phone, as well, and its price will go up to $4, so you need to hurry up and get it while the special price is still standing.
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Thanks to the fact that you can take it for a free trial, I got to try it out and can say that I was pleasantly surprised by its awesome design. You can use it to search for your favorite podcasts through iTunes, as well as import or export your feeds to and from another podcatcher. Thanks to notifications and live tile support, you will be informed when new episodes have been made available.
NarrowCast seems to be the best podcast app for Windows 8
Pin Indiviudal Subscriptions to Start Screen, complete with their own live tile. Queue individual episodes so you can listen without interruption (smart playlists coming next major update!) Quickly start playing latest episodes using quick play functionality! Download episodes to play offline Sync your Subscriptions, Episode Information & Settings between your Windows 8 and (coming soon) Windows Phone 8.1 devices Play episodes on your Xbox 360, Xbox One or any device that supports PlayTo OneDrive sync support! Turn this on in the sync settings.
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