gPodder works well on Raspberry Pi

If you listen to podcasts like I do or watch regular screencasts or would like to do so in the future you should consider using gPodder. gPodder is a simple, open source podcast client written in Python using GTK+. In development since 2005 with a proven, mature codebase.

While I relax and even sometimes when I work I want to listen to something in the background. The music fits my needs most times and when it doesn’t there are Podcasts to occupy my mind and imagination. It works on Windows, macOS, Linux and even on the Raspberry Pi, quite nicely in fact.

You can create an account at http://www.gPodder.net, it’s free, and you can sync what you listen to across all of your devices. I have my work Windows system, my at home Linux Mint system and my Raspberry Pi 3B+ all synced together and running gPodder. It’s easy to install and you can watch the video below for step by step of the setup process so you can do the same. Before you know it you will also be listening to things that could capture your imagination. So let’s get started!

NOTE:
Today’s video was recorded with the RESPEAKER and SimpleScreenRecorder.

Final Thoughts:

As you can see this works very well on the Raspberry Pi. I use this software daily on many different platforms and the fact that it works so well makes it easy to recommend to all of you.

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