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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
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    Matt commented  · 

    The people of PodLove actually love podcasts, this is why they created a free syncing backend for all podcast clients to use, maybe this is something for you?
    At least it is intended to stay around for longer, and additionally it is cross-platform capable and not specific to one app/developer, especially regarding maintenance and costs.

    http://doc.pod.care/ contains the documentation.
    Using this would require a new permission (camera) though.

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    Matt commented  · 

    Hmmm I just found out about this request: https://podcastaddict.uservoice.com/forums/211997-general/suggestions/4351924-add-support-for-https-gpodder-net (Add Support for gpodder).
    This would solve two problems at once (but create a dependency for you): You don't need server code and could cross-sync between devices and pcs anyway with an established service.

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    Matt commented  · 

    Cloud sync (with login and https) could even mean that someone could write a Windows program to play podcasts on the desktop and keep sync with the phone :D
    I'd just *love* to have some sort of mini Itunes for podcast management, downloading and possibly pushing to the phone.

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