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I'm doing some testing to check if I can implement this audio efect. However in order to test this I would need some sample files whith different audio levels between them or even within. Can you please send me an email with either link to some episodes (Settings/Feedback/Send email)?
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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This thread also shows a good way to do it that does not require a 3rd party app, and does not require the delay, etc:
However, it would still be nice if the player would just broadcast an intent when it starts or stops playing. BeyondPod did something like this, which included the name of the podcast feed, and episode, etc.. and I used it to make a small text-file log that I could consult later. E.g., "What was the name of that one podcast I was listening to last weekend that was talking about squid?" or "I fell asleep listening to X last night, and woke up listening to Y, which episodes did I miss while sleeping, so I can undelete them?" etc.. The later use case is covered by the recycle-bin feature in PA, but it is still a useful thing to broadcast intents like this, and users can make use of them in a variety of interesting ways.