I’ve kept with iTunes on my mac for podcasts, was not the best but like to keep the podcast i download and the fact i could sync across ios devices and manage smarlist where if i finished listen a show on a device that i would disappear on others was awesome. Was a bit clunky syncing every morning before i leave to work with a wire like it was 2009, but i loved the download one then copy of device instead of having to download from each device ( being an iPhone and iPad, something an iPod when feeling nostalgic ) made sense.
On top, my iTunes was configured to use a 4tb external drive for it’s download and storage. Now it doesn’t seem to work like that, new content is no longer going there. found that it’s nicely stored in ~/Library/Group Containers/243LU875E5.groups.com.apple.podcasts/ So user friendly. Now Yeah it’s going to fill up my internal drive and don’t seem to be a simple way to configure it easily.
Any alternative that would offer me kind of the same functionality i used to enjoy? (download one spread to many devices but centrally manage what’s been listened or not )
or should i give up and make all my device download the files ( meaning 3 download where only 1 might get used ) and let the podcast sync itself across device and use something i use only for rarely use podcast to archive ( i archive with http://www.lincgeek.org/bashpodder/ if your a linux and love bash this is small, simple and elegantly simple )
Any ideas ?
Thanks guy ( btw love twit.community so much )