Need a good podcatcher

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  1. apastuszak

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    I need a good podcatcher application that simply downloads my podcasts on a schedule and places them in the Podcasts folder on the Droids SD card.

    I have been using Listen for podcasts, but now that Osplay will let me speed up playback with pitch correction, I really can't use it anymore, since it's stores it's podcasts in it's own folder.
     
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    have you tried Google Listen? It's just called Listen in the market. It does the trick for me.
     
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    Please see original message...

    The OP explains why Listen won't work for me. I use it now, but I'm thinking of dropping it going forward.
     
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    LOL sorry bout that
     
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    Yeah....

    I just did a perfect impersonation of my wife...

    "You didn't listen to everything I was saying!"
     
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    Try Beyond Pod. I'm in love with it and use it on 4hr+ commute twice a week. It lets you share the media with the music player if you want, and has been really flexible and reliable for me. I'm not sure what the market version is right now, but I've been using their betas for a while now (BeyondPod for Android BETA Builds). It also integrates with Google Reader and will do general RSS, but I mainly use it for podcasts.