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    Murrayzz1 commented  · 

    Xavier, if you implement the ability to sync across devices, could you build a simple Windows based player that did nothing more than take the next podcast off the playlist and stream it to the PC?

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    Not only is it the best app I've got on my phone, but Xavier also provides the best user support that I've ever encountered.

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    Murrayzz1 commented  · 

    This is of course dependent on the ability to sync across devices, and I'd like to see both features implemented.

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    Just a heads up regarding the latest version of the app. It doesn’t provide cross device syncing yet, but it allows you to sign in to your Google Drive account and have all your data automatically backed up to make sure they are safe at all time. It also makes restoring the data on a new device really easy.
    You can go into Settings/Backup to enable this and sign-in
    Thanks

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    Murrayzz1 commented  · 

    How's this coming along, Xavier, 3 years after it was started? I'm assuming there would have to be a paid subscription for this, but I for one would be happy to pay it.

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    Murrayzz1 commented  · 

    I've got lots of podcasts from the BBC, who obviously spend a lot of effort making sure that all their podcasts are the same volume, and quite a few from ABC in Australia. The Aussie podcasts are always much louder, sometimes to the extent that if an Aussie podcasts follows a UK one, it hurts my ears! Much like talking to an actual Aussie! (Just a joke - I love Australians).

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    Murrayzz1 commented  · 

    This would require a cloud database, and would therefore be a subscription-based service. I for one would happily pay extra for this. Each local device could have the responsibility for downloading the necessary files, so only the database would need to be synced.

    Go on, Xavier, you can do it!

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    A sync service via a Google account would be excellent, to enable users to keep multiple devices synchronised. You could use Google's Cloud platform to deliver this at low cost. I would happily pay for this service.

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    Murrayzz1 commented  · 

    @PodInhaler - You can already sync across devices using Google Drive like that using backup/restore. Backup gives you the option to share so you can upload to GDrive, but you'd have to download manually to the other device to restore it.

    However, a cloud-based service that auto-updated the database would be great, then you could run the app on multiple devices syncing to the same cloud database, and leave the local devices to download and store the necessary files. That would be great. Of course it would a chargeable subscription-based service, but that's OK with me.

    It would also be good if there was a web app, so that when you're at your desk you can run it on your laptop/PC.

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    EDIT: a 1st beta will be available by the end of the day.

    FYI the Custom playlists will soon be improved.
    Filters will be available so the selected category can only show episodes based on their download status, played status, stared status, publication date, …
    I get it that some of you want multiple playlists were episodes can be manually added, but there’s no plan to implement this for now.
    However, according to the feedback I got by email, it looks like those filters will solve limitations of the current solution for most users.
    Feel free to send me some feedback by email if you have ideas for other filters that can be implemented (Settings/Feedback/Email)
    Thanks

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    Murrayzz1 commented  · 

    @Anonymous - This sounds like something different, having multiple playlists that you could label as different things, as the other @Anonymous says, "Listen now", "Listen later", but I can also imagine having user-defined playlists such as "Comedy", "Politics", "News", "Educational", "Documentaries" etc, so you could choose a playlist depending on your mood.

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