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New iPod nano, shuffle won’t sync Apple Music songs

Our friends at iMore have pointed out that the new iPod shuffle and nano won’t sync your Apple Music tracks. Only the latest iPod touch will do that. Why hinder the nano and shuffle this way? iMore’s Serenity Caldwell makes a very likely guess:

“It’s probably a record label requirement: In theory, you could sync an iPod shuffle or nano up with Apple Music tracks, then cancel your Apple Music subscription and continue rocking out to those ‘copied’ tracks forever.”

I was surprised by this update because, frankly, I don’t think the iPod is long for this world. The touch might have a little life left, but the nano and shuffle, well, don’t. 

What to play this weekend: Adventures of Pip

Here, let me show you how this is done.

Here, let me show you how this is done.

Let me set the scene for you. PAX East, 2015. My 10-year-old and I visit the Tic Toc Games booth, where a playable demo of Adventures of Pip is set up. He picks up the controller and begins playing this fun, retro platformer. He’s doing well, and clears the first major hurdle. He figures out the first puzzle on the first try. “No one has gotten that on the first try,” the developer says. A small crowd has gathered.

He beats the next hurdle, and the next. Puzzles are solved. The princess is rescued, the demo level beaten. First try, first life.

“Well @#!”, says the developer.

Today, Adventures of Pip is among the best new games in Apple’s App Store and deservedly so. My child’s prodigious video game skills (my wife and I are so proud) shouldn’t dissuade you from guiding heroic young Pip through the crumbling kingdom. This game looks great, sounds great and will delight fans of side-scrolling platformers. Here’s my look at Adventures of Pip.

Read: previous selections for “What you should play this weekend.”

Looks

Pip is gloriously retro. You start as a single pixel who awakes in rumbling castle. The evil queen is reducing everything to a single pixel. Only you can stop her!

As you play, you’ll have chances to evolve into more fully-realized 8-bit and 16-bit versions of yourself. But beware, a massive 32-bit boss is waiting for you.

The music and sound effects are great too, and enhance the theme.

Gameplay

You’ll find classic side-scroller tropes here: dropping floors, spikes, tricky jumps. There are treasures and gems to collect and plenty of opportunity to show off you dexterity.

The controls work well on both the iPhone and iPad. Tic Toc’s devs have managed to make them effective and unobtrusive. I never felt that my fingers were in the way of the action, and the controls themselves are quite responsive.

Remember Pip’s ability to evolve to larger forms of himself? He can also go devolve into smaller forms. In fact, you won’t be able to solve certain puzzles if you’re not in the proper form. Figuring that out is a good part of the fun and unique enough to add something quite delightful to the game.

Adventures of Pip is a delight and perfect for kicking back on the holiday weekend. Have a great time saving the kingdom…even if you can’t on the first try.

How to use the mini music player while browsing Apple Music

The new Music app in iOS is chock full featueres, including the Beats 1 radio station, the For You recommendation engine and the Connect social network. The Music app is all about music so it only makes sense that Apple`would include a mini player that allows you to control your music while you browse through all the content in the app.

The mini music player sits at the bottom of the screen right above the bottom navigation bar. It displays the current song playing and even displays tracks that you are listening to on Beats 1. It has a small play/pause button and a three ellipse button that pulls up a menu with track options to “Add to My Music”, “Show in iTunes Store”, “Share” and more. You also can tap on the center of the player to launch the song in full screen mode.

When you are in full-screen mode, you can tap the small circle in the upper left to minimze the player and go back to browsing content on Apple Music. The mini player remains in place while you look through all parts of the Music app, including For You, New, Radio, Connect, and My Music.

Eddy Cue, Jimmy Iovine and Trent Reznor talk Apple Music

Apple Music launches later today, along with Beats 1 and updates to iOS and iTunes. It’s a massive undertaking for the company that redefined the music industry with the original iPod in 2001  and iTunes Music Store in 2003. Now positioned to do it again with a streaming service and global radio station, Apple is coming off of two less-than-successful music projects.

The music-focused social network Ping never caught on and was closed in 2012. More recently, iTunes Radio failed to capture an audience like that of music streaming rival Pandora. What’s different this time around? Apple’s Eddy Cue, Jimmy Iovine and Trent Reznor gave interviews this week that answer that very question. 

Speaking with Jim Dalrymple of The Loop, Eddy Cue said, “We certainly pay attention to what competitors are doing, but I’m never losing any sleep on competitors. I don’t have any control over what they do—what I have control over is what we do. We’ve spent all of our time and energy thinking about what it is we want to build.”

And that’s exactly what they’re doing. When asked how Apple can convince people that Apple Music is the better choice, Cue responded, “Ultimately, you can’t convince them, it’s just got to be better.”

Meanwhile, speaking to Christina Warren at Mashable, Trent Reznor added this: 

“When I started thinking about Apple Music, part of the incentive was in terms of access to music. We have access to everything but the burden on the service is to make the experience great.” That brings us to Beats 1.

Beats 1, Warren notes, is Reznor’s brainchild. Warren writes:

“At the same time, Reznor was flying back and forth to London. Every time he was in London, Reznor says he found himself tuning into Zane Lowe’s BBC Radio 1 show. “I listened to Zane’s show on the BBC and it made me excited about music,” Reznor says.

That got him thinking about creating a live worldwide online radio station. “

I must admit, I’m more excited about Beats 1 than streaming music with Apple Music. When I was a student at Berklee College of Music in Boston, there was a record store on Boylston Street called Looney Tunes records. I loved it. 

The old Looney Tunes Records in Boston

The old Looney Tunes Records in Boston

The store’s staff were intensely passionate about music. There was a turntable and a CD player available to the customers. If you wanted to listen to something before you bought it, you could. As you did, a salesperson would talk about other stuff you might like, based on what you were listening to. He’d go get it so you could hear that, too. Before you realized it you had spent 40 minutes listening to music, discovering new artists and learning something from a person who loved sharing his knowledge of recording artists with anyone and everyone. 

That’s what I hope Beats 1 will be. I want Zane Lowe, Ebro Darden, and Julie Adenuga to be the ones saying, “If you like that, you have got to hear this.” 

We’ll know later today, and I’m excited. Good luck, everyone. I’m ready to hear some music. 

Daily Deals for June 26, 2015, featuring OmniGraffle, Snowman app sale and more

It’s time to save some of your hard-earned money with our Daily Deals, featuring highlighted deals for AWT readers, hardware discounts and our own handpicked iOS and OS X sales. All prices are USD and subject to change. Please check prices before you purchase as some deals may expire quickly.

AWT Featured Apps

  • OmniGraffle [Standard version starts at $49 for iOS, $99 for Mac] OmniGraffle is for creating precise, beautiful graphics. Like website wireframes, an electrical system design, a family tree, or mapping out software classes. For artists, designers, casual data-mappers, and everyone in-between.

  • Alto’s Adventure — Snowman App Sale [$1.99 → $0.99] Above the placid ivory snow lies a sleepy mountain village, brimming with the promise of adventure.

  • Circles Memory Game — Snowman App Sale [$0.99 → Free] Circles is a wonderful new memory game for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and iPad mini.

  • Checkmark 2 — Snowman App Sale [$4.99 → $1.99] Checkmark is back with an all-new design for iOS 8 and great new features, including Lists, Location Groups, One-tap Rescheduling, a Today widget, and much more!

  • Shifts – Shift Worker Calendar — Snowman App Sale [$4.99 → Free] Shifts is the fastest and easiest way to enter and view your work shifts on iPhone.

Hardware and Accessory Deals

iOS Game Discounts

Jump Out!™ [$0.99 → Free] Surrounded by cunning traps, they look ahead and see… the exit. These bugs have nothing to fear; they always look dangers in the face and keep on crying Jump Out!

Cribbage HD [$3.99 → Free] Play the App Store’s top rated cribbage online with your friends or anyone in the world!

Skill Game [$2.99 → Free] are clever? …are looking for a new challenge? …want to prove it to yourself? WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?

Death Call 2 [$0.99 → Free] There’s a new threat rising in the West; not made of flesh and blood, but steel. It must be stopped at any cost. Will you rise to the challenge?

Mech Guardian [$1.99 → Free] It’s simple to play. The more monsters you hunt the higher score you’ll get. You have got to deal with all challenges while playing it by applying the game props properly. Please join our hero to protect this homeland.

7 Little Words for Kids [$2.99 → $0.99] Discover 7 colorful worlds as you solve the mini word puzzles. But don’t worry if you get stuck. You can always get a hint if you need it. It’s made just for kids, but many parents will love it too.

Moxie 2 [$2.99 → $0.99] Moxie 2 is the FUN word transformation game…EASY to learn, but CHALLENGING to master.

Hitman GO [$4.99 → $1.99] Hitman GO is an award-winning turn-based strategy game with beautifully rendered diorama-style set pieces.

Slice Fractions [$3.99 → $0.99] Get your child excited about his or her next math discovery through this award-winning, problem solving game. We’ve teamed up with university education experts to craft an incredibly fun way to learn fractions.

IMPOSSIBLE ROAD [$1.99 → $0.99] IMPOSSIBLE ROAD is a pure, minimal arcade game about risk, reward, and rollercoasters.

Crow [$4.99 → $0.99] Crow is the critically acclaimed, story-driven action-adventure for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.

iOS Software Discounts

Halftone 2 – Comic Book Creator [$1.99 → Free] Easily turn your photos into comic book pages and videos with Halftone 2. Apple’s App of the Week.

Six Things [$1.99 → Free] Tomorrow, Today, Yesterday, and Everything Else. That is all you need to get things done. Six Things

Tabata! Daily 4-Minute Workouts [$1.99 → Free] Burn calories and get fit faster that ever!

Lab Values Reference [$3.99 → Free] This app is perfect for both academic and clinical settings, providing clear, concise coverage of 375 of the most commonly performed laboratory tests.

Deluxe Moon Pro – Moon Phases Calendar [$2.99 → $0.99] Deluxe Moon Pro is the best Moon app available in AppStore.

Sleep Cycle alarm clock [$1.99 → $0.99] An intelligent alarm clock that analyzes your sleep and wakes you in the lightest sleep phase – the natural way to wake up feeling rested and relaxed.

BillTracker for iPhone [$1.99 → $0.99] From the water bill to the car payment to the cell phone subscription, BillTracker for iPhone can help you stay on top of your bills.

Perfect Weather – NOAA Radar, Forecast, and Severe Weather Alerts [$2.99 → $0.99] Some weather apps are overloaded with information. Others are designed to be pretty rather than useful. Perfect Weather strikes the right balance. It gives you a quick, clear overview of the conditions you care most about.

Sago Mini Fairy Tales [$2.99 → $0.99] Make new friends, play dress up and unearth silly surprises. This open-ended play experience is perfect for toddlers and preschoolers.

OS X Software Discounts

MouseX [$0.99 → Free] Counts your mouse (or trackpad) traveling distance. You will be surprised how much you traveled!

AnyConvert [$1.99 → Free] Convert various units easily with this app. It offers a total of 478 Units in 24 categories.

  • RollerCoaster Tycoon 3 Platinum [$19.99 → $6.99] Build the ride of your life! RollerCoaster Tycoon® 3 Platinum combines the excitement of rollercoasters with the fun of a great strategy simulation.

  • LIMBO [$9.99 → $4.99] Uncertain of his sister’s fate, a boy enters LIMBO.

Today in the App Store, featuring LEGO® Batman: Beyond Gotham and TV Food Maps

Here are some of the best free apps, app updates and new apps that have landed in the App Store recently. Today’s notable apps include the new LEGO® Batman: Beyond Gotham; an update to TV Food Maps and a discount on all Snowman apps icluding Shifts – Shift Worker Calendar, Checkmark 2, Alto’s Adventure and Circles. All app prices are USD and subject to change. Some deals may expire quickly, so grab them while you can.

iOS Apps Now Free

Shifts – Shift Worker Calendar — Snowman App Sale [$4.99 → Free] Shifts is the fastest and easiest way to enter and view your work shifts on iPhone.

Halftone 2 – Comic Book Creator [$1.99 → Free] Easily turn your photos into comic book pages and videos with Halftone 2. Apple’s App of the Week.

Six Things [$1.99 → Free] Tomorrow, Today, Yesterday, and Everything Else. That is all you need to get things done. Six Things

Tabata! Daily 4-Minute Workouts [$1.99 → Free] Burn calories and get fit faster that ever!

Lab Values Reference [$3.99 → Free] This app is perfect for both academic and clinical settings, providing clear, concise coverage of 375 of the most commonly performed laboratory tests.

iOS Games Now Free

Circles Memory Game — Snowman App Sale [$0.99 → Free] Circles is a wonderful new memory game for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and iPad mini.

Jump Out!™ [$0.99 → Free] Surrounded by cunning traps, they look ahead and see… the exit. These bugs have nothing to fear; they always look dangers in the face and keep on crying Jump Out!

Cribbage HD [$3.99 → Free] Play the App Store’s top rated cribbage online with your friends or anyone in the world!

Skill Game [$2.99 → Free] are clever? …are looking for a new challenge? …want to prove it to yourself? WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?

Death Call 2 [$0.99 → Free] There’s a new threat rising in the West; not made of flesh and blood, but steel. It must be stopped at any cost. Will you rise to the challenge?

Mech Guardian [$1.99 → Free] It’s simple to play. The more monsters you hunt the higher score you’ll get. You have got to deal with all challenges while playing it by applying the game props properly. Please join our hero to protect this homeland.

iOS Apps On Sale

Checkmark 2 — Snowman App Sale [$4.99 → $1.99] Checkmark is back with an all-new design for iOS 8 and great new features, including Lists, Location Groups, One-tap Rescheduling, a Today widget, and much more!

Deluxe Moon Pro – Moon Phases Calendar [$2.99 → $0.99] Deluxe Moon Pro is the best Moon app available in AppStore.

Sleep Cycle alarm clock [$1.99 → $0.99] An intelligent alarm clock that analyzes your sleep and wakes you in the lightest sleep phase – the natural way to wake up feeling rested and relaxed.

BillTracker for iPhone [$1.99 → $0.99] From the water bill to the car payment to the cell phone subscription, BillTracker for iPhone can help you stay on top of your bills.

Perfect Weather – NOAA Radar, Forecast, and Severe Weather Alerts [$2.99 → $0.99] Some weather apps are overloaded with information. Others are designed to be pretty rather than useful. Perfect Weather strikes the right balance. It gives you a quick, clear overview of the conditions you care most about.

Sago Mini Fairy Tales [$2.99 → $0.99] Make new friends, play dress up and unearth silly surprises. This open-ended play experience is perfect for toddlers and preschoolers.

iOS Games On Sale

Alto’s Adventure — Snowman App Sale [$1.99 → $0.99] Above the placid ivory snow lies a sleepy mountain village, brimming with the promise of adventure.

7 Little Words for Kids [$2.99 → $0.99] Discover 7 colorful worlds as you solve the mini word puzzles. But don’t worry if you get stuck. You can always get a hint if you need it. It’s made just for kids, but many parents will love it too.

Moxie 2 [$2.99 → $0.99] Moxie 2 is the FUN word transformation game…EASY to learn, but CHALLENGING to master.

Hitman GO [$4.99 → $1.99] Hitman GO is an award-winning turn-based strategy game with beautifully rendered diorama-style set pieces.

Slice Fractions [$3.99 → $0.99] Get your child excited about his or her next math discovery through this award-winning, problem solving game. We’ve teamed up with university education experts to craft an incredibly fun way to learn fractions.

IMPOSSIBLE ROAD [$1.99 → $0.99] IMPOSSIBLE ROAD is a pure, minimal arcade game about risk, reward, and rollercoasters.

Crow [$4.99 → $0.99] Crow is the critically acclaimed, story-driven action-adventure for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.

Discounted Mac Apps

Pimp Your Screen – Custom HD Backgrounds and Desktop Wallpaper Images with Animated Clock Widgets [$3.99 → $0.99] Pimp Your Screen is here to customize the look of your desktop by giving you an exclusive selection of specially designed background images arranged in categories.

MouseX [$0.99 → Free] Counts your mouse (or trackpad) traveling distance. You will be surprised how much you traveled!

AnyConvert [$1.99 → Free] Convert various units easily with this app. It offers a total of 478 Units in 24 categories.

New and Notable Apps

Piloteer [$2.99] In Piloteer, a whimsical and serenely challenging physics-based game about learning to fly, a renowned inventor is determined to overcome the stigma associated with flying a jetpack and convince the world that jetpacks should be revered by all.

Tales From Deep Space [$6.99] Tales From Deep Space is a comedic mis-adventure set on Big Moon, the most eccentric space station in the galaxy.

LEGO® Batman: Beyond Gotham [$4.99] The best-selling LEGO Batman franchise returns in an out-of-this-world, action-packed adventure!

Gestimer – For those little reminders during the day – OS X [$2.99] Gestimer is a beautiful Mac menu bar app for those little reminders during the day. Simply drag the Gestimer menu bar icon onto the screen to create your reminder.

Updates you don’t want to miss

TV Food Maps – Restaurants on TV, Road Trip Planner, Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives, Man vs. Food & More [Free] Never miss the chance to eat like Guy Fieri, Anthony Bourdain or any of the Food and Travel channel hosts!. Version 4.1.0 includes the following changes:

  • Totally new version of TVFoodMaps (4.1)
  • Over 40 TV Shows.
  • Almost 5000 restaurants.
  • Road Trip Planning
  • Vacation Planning
  • TV Listings
  • Notifications
  • & More!

Monument Valley [$3.99] In Monument Valley you will manipulate impossible architecture and guide a silent princess through a stunningly beautiful world.. Version 2.3.0 includes the following changes:

  • Ida’s Dream now available for all! A chapter previously created as part of an exclusive charity promotion, Ida’s Dream is now free and available for all players.

Daily Deals for June 25, 2015, featuring OmniGraffle, Snowman app sale and more

It’s time to save some of your hard-earned money with our Daily Deals, featuring highlighted deals for AWT readers, hardware discounts and our own handpicked iOS and OS X sales. All prices are USD and subject to change. Please check prices before you purchase as some deals may expire quickly.

AWT Featured Apps

  • OmniGraffle [Standard version starts at $49 for iOS, $99 for Mac] OmniGraffle is for creating precise, beautiful graphics. Like website wireframes, an electrical system design, a family tree, or mapping out software classes. For artists, designers, casual data-mappers, and everyone in-between.

  • Alto’s Adventure — Snowman App Sale [$1.99 → $0.99] Above the placid ivory snow lies a sleepy mountain village, brimming with the promise of adventure.

  • Circles Memory Game — Snowman App Sale [$0.99 → Free] Circles is a wonderful new memory game for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and iPad mini.

  • Checkmark 2 — Snowman App Sale [$4.99 → $1.99] Checkmark is back with an all-new design for iOS 8 and great new features, including Lists, Location Groups, One-tap Rescheduling, a Today widget, and much more!

  • Shifts – Shift Worker Calendar — Snowman App Sale [$4.99 → Free] Shifts is the fastest and easiest way to enter and view your work shifts on iPhone.

iOS Game Discounts

  • 7 Little Words for Kids [$2.99 → $0.99] Discover 7 colorful worlds as you solve the mini word puzzles. But don’t worry if you get stuck. You can always get a hint if you need it. It’s made just for kids, but many parents will love it too.

  • Jump Out!™ [$0.99 → Free] Surrounded by cunning traps, they look ahead and see… the exit. These bugs have nothing to fear; they always look dangers in the face and keep on crying Jump Out!

  • Cribbage HD [$3.99 → Free] Play the App Store’s top rated cribbage online with your friends or anyone in the world!

  • Bowling Central [$2.99 → Free] A unique twist to your favourite sport of bowling!

iOS Software Discounts

OS X Software Discounts

Developer ports Mac OS 7.5.5 to the Apple Watch

Using the  Mini vMac emulator, developer Nick Lee was able to run Mac OS 7.5.5 on his Apple Watch with watchOS 2.  First spotted by MacRumors, an accompanying video showcases the surprisingly snappy performance of the legacy desktop OS on the watch wearable.  

System 7 debuted in 1991, with version 7.5.5 arriving in 1996. The operating system was originally designed for Quadra and PowerBook hardware, but was transitioned to the Intel-based PowerPC during its development. 

Apple, IBM collaborate on app for teachers

The Coppell Gazette reports that Apple and IBM have been working on a “Student Achievement App” aimed at educators. Representatives from both companies attended a meeting of the Coppell ISD Board of Trustees to discuss the solution, which will provide teachers with “actionable intelligence on a per-student basis.” The app will reportedly run on Apple hardware exclusively. 

A pilot program is scheduled to roll out in 2016 and include US school districts, including Coppell, Texas. 

Our take on the news

I’ve been out of education for about 10 years, but from what I recall, a lot of this information was managed by disconnected spreadsheets. The teachers I worked with were smart folks who would have welcomed a solution that made their job more efficient, effective and successful. Good luck to Apple, IBM and the participating school districts. 

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Daily Deals for May 19, 2015, featuring DODOcase sitewide 50% off sale

It’s time to save some of your hard-earned money with our Daily Deals, featuring highlighted deals for AWT readers, hardware discounts and our own handpicked iOS and OS X sales. All prices are USD and subject to change. Please check prices before you purchase as some deals may expire quickly.

AWT Featured Deal

DODOcase [On sale for 50% off] Celebrate DODOcase’s 5th annual birthday sale with up to 50% off sitewide. Use promo code “5years” at checkout to receive the discount. *Excludes Apple Watch accessories and corporate orders.

Hardware and Accessory Deals

iOS Software Discounts

  • Blockwick [Now free, down from $2.99] There is a place with lots of blocks. It’s called Blockwick

  • Special Enquiry Detail: The Hand that Feeds HD (Full) [Now free, down from $4.99] Try your hand at investigating a murder and bring the killer to justice!

  • Special Enquiry Detail: The Hand that Feeds (Full) [Now free, down from $2.99] Try your hand at investigating a murder and bring the killer to justice!

  • Rapture – World Conquest [Now free, down from $2.99] The End is coming! Bombard the globe with devastating miracles and decimate the enemy civilizations. Guide your armies to dominate the planet and catch your people up to heaven!

  • Tiny Defense [Now free, down from $2.99] Tiny Defense features bright cartoony graphics with funny characters, easy-to-learn gameplay with a good depth to please strategy fans, a vast number of levels and mini-games with challenging boss fight.

  • Drawing with Carl [Now free, down from $2.99] Making beautiful drawings has never been so easy thanks to Carl.

  • Draw Pad Pro : Amazing Notepads and Sketchbooks! [Now free, down from $2.99] Draw Pad Pro is a clear and compelling choice for taking notes.

  • Weathercube – Gestural Weather [Now free, down from $3.99] Weathercube is the gestural weather app for iPhone. No buttons; just swipe, pinch and tap your way through the weather.

  • World Recipes – Cook World Gourmet [Now free, down from $2.99] World Recipes, cooking food without boundary! World Recipes collects the most popular and distinguishing recipes around the world.

  • DEAD EYES [On sale for $0.99, down from $3.99] DEAD EYES is a turn-based puzzle game in a grey foggy world being taken over by zombies.

  • Bongo Bunnies [On sale for $0.99, down from $9.99] Don’t drop the beat… or the bunnies!

  • Joe Dever’s Lone Wolf Complete [On sale for $6.99, down from $12.99] Lone Wolf is back, as a video game series with a brand-new story, a new combat system, stunning graphics and much more!

  • My PlayHome School [On sale for $0.99,down from $2.99] “My PlayHome School” has no time limits, scores or power ups. Just free play that powers your child’s imagination.

  • Smart 150 [On sale for $0.99, down from $1.99] Smart 150 is special app dedicated for Cessna 150 pilots. The first assumption is guided by what it is that there is no such application on the market.

  • Pimp Your Screen – Custom Themes, Backgrounds and Wallpapers [On sale for $0.99, down from $1.99] Pimp Your Screen is an award-winning app that gives you an exclusive selection of unique themes, backgrounds and many other eye candies.

  • Screenshot Journal [On sale for $1.99, down from $2.99] Screenshot Journal is the ideal tool for archiving, organizing, and inspecting iOS screenshots.

OS X Software Discounts

iDownloader [Now free, down from $19.99] iDownloader is a great Video Downloader which is fully featured tool to save videos to your hard disk for offline enjoyment!

Special Enquiry Detail: The Hand that Feeds (Full) [Now free, down from $6.99] Try your hand at investigating a murder and bring the killer to justice!

Menucast – Podcast Player & Manager [Now free, down from $1.99] A powerful yet simple podcast player.

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