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3 MB

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Works with

  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • Windows Phone 8
  • Windows Phone 7.5

App requires

  • phone identity
  • owner identity
  • location services
  • music library
  • photos library
  • media playback
  • data services
  • phone dialer
  • push notification service
  • speech
  • web browser component
  • HD720P (720x1280)
  • WVGA (480x800)
  • WXGA (768x1280)
  • photo, music, and video libraries
  • movement and directional sensor
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The first Windows Phone app that brought you over-the-air downloading of Podcasts on Windows Phone 7 just got even better!  BringCast 3.8 is a Windows Phone podcatcher that allows users to subscribe to podcast feeds, download and stream episodes to their phone over WiFi or cellular data connection and build playlists to listen to or watch.

BringCast supports audio and video podcasts and comes with a database of popular shows.
•Version 3.8.2
- Support for podcasts from PodcastOne
- Expanded podcast database
- Updating podcast database now updates subscription URLs
- Adopted OneDrive branding
- Bug fixes
•Version 3.8.2
- Expanded podcast database
- Supports new "wp-podcast" URI app protocol
- Bug fixes
•Version 3.8.0
- Support for Windows Phone 8.0
- Support for larger screen sizes
- Faster app startup/resume
- Additional app themes
- In-app purchases
- User interface refresh
- Improved scrubbing control
- Improved podcast feed parser
- Improved podcast database searching
- Customizable seek interval
- Use lock screen controls to seek
- Refined inbox triage workflow
- Mark episodes as listened/watched
- Improved SkyDrive import/export workflow
- Clear all episodes in playlist
- Custom URI protocol for app integration
- Toggle auto-play of next episode
- Auto clean-up of old episodes
- Portable core
- Bug fixes

Note:  In order to listen to or watch podcasts using BringCast, media files must be downloaded to your mobile device.  The downloads can occur over the cellular data connection or WiFi depending on how the handset is configured and what networks are active at the time.  Media files can vary in size from 5MB to 250MB or larger depending on your subscriptions.  If you download podcasts over your cellular data connection, additional charges may apply depending on your rate plan.

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  • by Andy 4/16/2014
    Best $1.5 I ever spent . Please keep improve the position feature.
  • by Jordan 4/6/2014
    Great developers, made by podcast enthusiasts for enthusiasts. Use this app exclusively
  • by Matthew 4/2/2014
    Far and away the best podcatcher I've used on WP. I've purchased and used a few other higher profile, higher rated (and more expensive) apps, but they've all had one issue or another--such as not resuming correctly, not streaming well, not downloading properly or not tying into the lockscreen controls like it should; Bringcast is the only one that works flawlessly for me. I was a little disappointed at first when I couldn't find a couple of usual podcasts, then found that pasting the feed URL works perfectly too. Outstanding app.
  • by Alex 3/22/2014
    Beautiful app, love the UI. Hopeful for a rumored update to bring SD card support. It would be my only podcast app then.
  • by Julio 3/13/2014
    Good Job guys! Can't wait for the W8 version.
  • by Matthew 3/6/2014
    Great podcast app!
  • by Maricha 3/2/2014
    Beautiful fresh look at a podcast client. These guys get it! Looking forward to the coming release's.
  • by Carl 2/19/2014
    Hard to listen to subscribed podcasts. Unpolished UI is hard to use. Streaming works great, but receiving a text message will restart a stream from beginning.
  • by Harry 2/18/2014
    Nice app, but the stream and play is buggy in semi-connected areas. Also would be nice if the downloaded podcasts would save on SD card like the built in app does.
  • by Jim 2/18/2014
    Reads all the feed files I've thrown at it, but the UI is a confusing mess. Once I figured out how to queue a podcast I then couldn't get it to play.