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I've used a few of these podcasters but
currently I'm definitely not into podcasts. So, while I can give
you links with the programs I really can't give details. Sorry :(
Well, let's go.
While using podcasters, I found HermesPod
quite good and easy
to use. It's also very light, perhaps your best bet.
There's also Vov
. This one will crash a lot but it's
perfectly usable. Some people will say that this is totally
intentional so that you buy the Pro version. I won't say I don't
believe them :)
Lastly, there's Accessible
. As the name suggests, it's indeed accessible.
It's been made for the blind from day one.
However, maybe this isn't the best podcaster among these three
ones. You can try and see what you think, either way.
That's it. Hope this helps a bit :)
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John Isige wrote:
find this thread from 2017.
As has been pointed out in that thread, QCast doesn't work
anymore, at least for me it's stopped playing or downloading
unless there's been an update which I doubt. I too don't have a
device, nor do I want to use iTunes because it's clunky garbage,
ditto with the webbIE stuff. QCast worked just fine for me and I
wish it still did. But it doesn't, so here I am. I don't want
Apple anything, I'm not buying a device, and I don't want to do my
own googling for podcasts and chasing down URLs and pasting them
in somewhere and hoping they'll download. Basically, I want
something a lot like QCast, exactly like it if it can be managed,
that actually downloads and plays podcasts. In particular
downloading to folders would be nice, since there was a podcast
for learning Irish flute tunes I want to chase down again. I
thought I'd grabbed a bunch and saved them somewhere but I'm not
finding them, hence the need for a working podcatcher. I know I've
tried a few before, though I can't remember names, before coming
across QCast that weren't really accessible. This is under Windows
10 if it matters, and latest NVDA obviously. Anybody have any