A Podcast app made with Electron because I love Podcasts.
Subsonic is a web-based media streamer, providing ubiquitous access to your music and video collection. More than 20 apps are available for Android, iPhone, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, Roku, Chumby, Sonos etc. Supports virtually all media formats, converting files on the fly. Also includes a Podcast receiver and jukebox feature allowing you to control what’s playing on your computer from your mobile phone.
- Enjoy your music and movies no matter where you are. Share with family and friends.
- Browse and manage your media collection with the user-friendly web interface.
- Stream music to Android, iPhone and Windows Phone.
- Subsonic apps available for Roku, BlackBerry Playbook and many more.
- Convert and stream lossless music on the fly.
- Manage 100,000+ files in your music collection without hassle.
- Download and listen to Podcasts.
- Get cover art, lyrics, reviews and other album info from Google, Chartlyrics, allmusic and Wikipedia.
AntennaPod is a flexible and open-source podcast manager for Android that’s really simple and easy to use. It lets you listen to and download thousands of podcasts without having to use a browser. It’s got all the features you would need, and none of the crap you don’t. Its features include automatic download and playback with variable speed, RSS and Atom feeds, OPML import and export, Flattr integration and more! AntennaPod is currently being tested to work on a number of different combinations of Android versions, phones and use cases. It is also being translated in various languages through its Transifex project page.
- Automatic Download and Streaming
- Password Protected RSS and Atom Feeds
- OPML Import and Export
- Flattr integration
- gpodder.net integration
- Chapter Marks, Simple Chapters and Paged Feeds
- Player homescreen widget
- ChromeCast support
- Sleep timer
- Automatic feed update
- Advanced download settings
Sayonara is a small, clear and fast audio player for Linux written in C++, supported by the Qt framework. It uses GStreamer as audio backend. Sayonara is open source and uses the GPLv3 license. One of Sayonara’s goals is intuitive and easy usability. Currently, it is only available for Linux and BSD. Although Sayonara can be considered as a lightweight player, it has a lot of features in order to organize even big music collections. In contrast to the heavyweight players, the main focus of Sayonara is performance, low CPU usage and low memory consumption. Sayonara is a great alternative to players like Rhythmbox, Clementine or Amarok. Those who miss Winamp for Linux should give Sayonara a try.
Managing your library: You can manage your library by artists, albums, genres or file paths. Sayonara contains a sophisticated tag editor helping you to keep your collection clean. You can hold multiple playlists simultaneously, save/rename/delete or export them to common playlist file formats. With the multi library feature you can manage multiple directories as stand-alone libraries and copy and move tracks from one to another. There are even more complex library plugins like Soundcloud or SomaFM support.
Directory view: Some people don’t have a perfect tagged library and are more interested in the directory structure of their libraries. Sayonara provides various features to access and edit your music in the directory view.
Plugins: In addition, there are some useful plugins helping to enhance your comfort while listening. Some interesting plugins are the equalizer, a speed/pitch control, a crossfader, bookmarks for tracks and a broadcasting function.
Webstreams and Podcasts: You can record all tracks streamed from the internet. Your saved tracks automatically tagged, of course. When listening to ordinary webstreams, a history of all played tracks can be displayed. If webstreams or podcasts contain some chapter information, Sayonara also uses this information in order to provide fast jumping within these tracks.
A podcatcher component for subscribing to, downloading, and playing RSS and Atom podcast feeds in foobar2000
How to use foobar2000 to subscribe to podcasts
Podcast Generator is an open source Content Management System written in PHP and specifically designed for podcast publishing. It provides the user with the tools to easily manage all of the aspects related to the publication of a podcast, from the upload of episodes to its submission to the iTunes store.
- Click & Go: 3-step installation wizard. No MySQL required. Works in any PHP web hosting.
- Power and simplicity: Easy & intuitive web interface to publish audio and video podcasts.
- Newbie-proof technology: Just upload your content, all the rest is “automagic”.
- Customizable: Support for multiple themes and languages. Social Networks integration.
- Apple friendly: Ready for iTunes Store and all iOS devices.
- Open Source: 100% free and open source.
XiX Player is a free, easy to use, multi-platform music player that currently runs in Linux, Linux ARM (Raspberry Pi), Windows & MacOS Intel
- Supports the following file formats: MP3, OGG, M4A (non-DRM), AAC, FLAC, OPUS, APE, DFF, WAV
- Play & rip your CDs to MP3 or FLAC with CD-Text and CDDB support.
- Rip DVD tracks to MP3 or FLAC. Needs mplayer.
- See albums the chosen artist is on and vice versa.
- Create and use playlists.
- Online radio stations + presets.
- Record online radio stations.
- Schedule Radio station recordings.
- Listen to & download podcasts.
- Play license free audio from the Internet Archive.
- Show the lyrics and CD covers of the song being played.
- Shuffle and repeat.
- Reverse play.
- Crossfading & trimming.
- Rate your songs.
- EQ + FXs (Flanger, Echo & Reverb).
- Set EQ & trim for individual songs.
- Copy, delete or rename files.
- Change ID3 tag (only for MP3/OGG/FLAC/APE).
- Multiple tagging / renaming.
- Theme support (Basic).
Levelator® adjusts the audio levels within your podcast or other audio file for variations from one speaker to the next, for example. It’s not a compressor, normalizer or limiter although it contains all three. It’s much more than those tools, and it’s much simpler to use. The UI is dirt-simple: Drag-and-drop any WAV or AIFF file onto The Leveler’s application window, and a few moments later you’ll find a new version which just sounds better.