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Each week, Sebastien, Cody, and Jeff join forces to discuss the latest ongoings in the wonderful world of iOS. The result? An entertaining podcast entitled Let’s Talk iOS.

If you want to know what makes iDownloadBlog tick, if you want to know the personalities behind the content that you read each day; most of all, if you want a comprehensive take on all of the week’s Apple news, ladies and gentlemen, this is the place you want to be.

But how does one go about acquiring each savory episode of Let’s Talk iOS? There are many methods, actually. We’ll show you several ways to do so inside…

How to subscribe video walkthrough

Subscribe via iTunes

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One of the best ways to ensure that you never miss a week of Let’s Talk iOS, is to subscribe via iTunes. You can open up the iTunes store and search for Let’s Talk iOS, or you can click the link below to be whisked away to our official iTunes page.

Subscribe via Apple’s Podcasts App (iOS)

 

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If you’re browsing this post on an iOS device, you can click the link below to open Let’s Talk iOS directly in Apple’s official Podcasts app.

Subscribe via Instacast (iOS)

 

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Using Instacast instead? No sweat. You can use the following URL to listen to our show in Vemedio’s excellent offering:

  • Open Let’s Talk iOS with Instacast (iOS)

Subscribe via Instacast (Mac)

 

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If you’re an Instacast user on the Mac, you can easily subscribe directly to Let’s Talk iOS.

Subscribe via Pocket Casts

 

Pocket Casts

Prefer Shifty Jelly’s awesome Pocket Casts app? Use the URL below to subscribe directly from there:

Subscribe via Downcast

 

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Prefer the incredibly deep Downcasts?

Subscribe using our RSS feed

 

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If you’re using a more obscure podcatcher app, or just want the ability to use the direct RSS feed, that’s no problem at all. You can find the RSS feed address for Let’s Talk iOS here: http://letstalkios.libsyn.com/rss

Listen via the Blog

 

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Of course, if you’re in a pinch you can always fire up the blog and listen in to the latest episodes via the embedded audio player. It’s probably not the best way to go about listening, because if you need to refresh the page, or close the browser, it won’t remember where you left off. Still, if you plan on sitting around your browser window for an hour or so, it can work. Click here to visit a list of all of the posted episodes of Let’s Talk iOS.

Listen and subscribe via YouTube

 

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Each episode is uploaded to YouTube for the benefit of our thousands of YouTube subscribers. If you’d like to listen to Let’s Talk iOS via YouTube, the best way to do so is by means of our Let’s Talk iOS Playlist. While you’re at it, be sure to subscribe to our YouTube Channel.

As you can see, there are a plethora of ways to enjoy our weekly podcast on a regular basis. How do you go about listening to Let’s Talk iOS? Is there an app that we forgot to include? Please let us know in the comment section below, as we plan to keep this page updated regularly.

Note: Stitcher access should be coming soon.

  • CollegiateLad

    I’m sure this has already been answered, but why not Christian too?

    There are tons of ways to listen to you guys!!

    • I don’t think there’s any reason in particular. I know the time zone difference could make it hard. Also, I couldn’t imagine editing a 4 person podcast on a regular basis. 3 is difficult as it is.

  • Does Pocket Casts allow for embedded links?
    For example, the RoosterTeeth podcast has links embedded in the album art, as you listen the album art changes to what they are talking about with a link on it too.

    Apple’s Podcasts app can show this (except it’s very buggy and stops working if you resume playing an episode), can Instacast or Pocket Casts do this?

    • Yes, it works with embedded links perfectly.

      • Excellent! I like supporting fellow Australian developers too 🙂

  • Jonathan Foell ™

    You all need to be on TuneIn Radio.

  • jawmarshall

    How do I use Tunein radio ?