Stitcher for Podcasts

Stitcher for Podcasts

By Stitcher, Inc.

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2008-08-18
  • Current Version: 9.1.3
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 97.96 MB
  • Developer: Stitcher, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    3/5 ( 28,841 Reviews)
  • Price:
Stitcher for Podcasts App Ratings: 3
From 28,841 Reviews

Stitcher for Podcasts App Description

Stitcher plays your favorite podcasts and radio, whether you're having an adventure on your commute or laughing out loud at home. Explore shows from NPR, WNYC, the New York Times, Earwolf, BBC and more. Stream or download podcasts and listen to internet radio with our free app. Find shows on news, comics, true crime, and more for the curious listener, including classics like This American Life, The Daily, Fresh Air, and Joe Rogan. Stitcher also has exclusive back catalog episodes of Freakonomics, WTF with Marc Maron, True Crime Garage, Comedy Bang! Bang! and many more Earwolf shows plus ad-free, original content on Stitcher Premium, including the Marvel comics based, Wolverine: The Long Night. P.S. If you liked Howl, you’ll love Stitcher. KEY FEATURES Listen on Demand Or download podcasts for later Personalized Front Page Use Stitcher as your news app and podcast hub to receive updates in real-time based your favorites and recommendations based on your listening Custom Playlists Create personal radio station type playlists of your favorite podcasts for long drives, commuting, or other hands-full activities Exclusive Premium Podcasts and Back Catalogs Subscribe to Stitcher Premium for exclusive content from shows you love and original Stitcher productions Smart Speaker Integrations Now features an Amazon Alexa skill and connects to Sonos speaker systems. Supports CarPlay and integrations with over 50 other car models from Ford, GM, Mazda, BMW, Jaguar, Landrover and many more GETTING STARTED Download the free Stitcher app Sign in with Google, Facebook or your email Select your favorite genres, networks, or podcasts in our tutorial Start listening by tapping the play button anywhere on your Front Page OR Tap the magnifying glass in the upper right corner to search for podcasts Click on a show, then use the plus button to add to your Favorites and listen later Stitcher offers podcasts you won’t find using other internet radio apps. Our podcasts cover a wide array of topics from news to comics, crime, politics and more. AWARDS & PRAISE - 20 Best Apps - TechCrunch - 25 Top Android Apps - TIME Magazine - Essential Driving App - - 12 Best Entertainment Apps - PC World

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App Reviews

  • Love 1.25 speed

    By burg_yinzer
    1.25 speed is great! Recently upgraded phone and having some issues with ads not closing when pushing the x. Hope that gets fixed
  • Not worth it

    By gcelis
    I’ve tried for several months to like this app, but it’s just not worth it. It crashes constantly, and as of the new update, it’s now crashed my phone 3x. (Also annoying is that it seems the app isn’t optimized for the new phones, as closing the ads rarely works, where it used to work for my 8 Plus). I’m done.
  • Bad App

    By dawn41575
    I love the app if it worked, but I must remove and redownload this app at least twice a week. It always freezes.
  • CarPlay is buggy

    By Ravencore
    I love this app, have been using it since 2010 and I promote it regularly to anyone I know that enjoys podcasts. I recently bought a new car that has CarPlay. I live in an area that has spotty internet coverage. When I start up CarPlay it stalls out 90% of the time or takes minutes upon minutes to start, if it does start. If I unplug from it, it starts fine. I can then plug it back in and start playing right away. Every other app I use with CarPlay works great, even when the internet is spotty. Stitcher really needs a feature right when CarPlay starts to switch to offline listening. I think this may alleviate some of this. As soon as this bug is fixed I’ll move my rating back to its usual 5 stars.
  • Solid but not keeping up with the times

    By J. Bags
    Hi Stitcher, I have been a loyal fan for a long time (~850 listening hours) but your interface needs work. Search and sound are fine but, in a world of hard pressed and swiping, why do I have to go into a separate edit screen to reorder or delete podcasts on my favorites list? What about a hard touch to move a podcast up and down the order and a swipe to delete?
  • Much better

    By Mhighgal
    Update is much better like the layout better way better than before set all this crap coming up on the regular screen about the stuff that I listen to anyway thanks
  • Get rid of waze.

    By cm62439
    If the waze banner isn’t gone by the next update, I’m back to apple poscasts.
  • No Waze

    By CrankNMelville
    I pay for Premium but am now forced to close a Waze pop-up every time. I have almost 8000 hours in Stitcher but this is annoying enough to put me back to using Apple’s Podcast app.
  • Car

    By NotTooOldMan
    Ruined it on iPhone for car. Always pops up”try again”
  • Freezes and looses place with Sonos

    By Joe3754
    The app has some benefits and some premium content I enjoy. That being said, an app I’m paying a subscription price for should work better than the free apple podcast app. This app constantly freezes if it does not remain open. I’ll move from another app back to it to fast forward or start a new podcast and a grayed out version of the screen appears and none of the functions work. What I am listening to continues to play but I have to hard shut down the app and restart it if I want to use it. Not fun. Additionally, I got the app specifically because it advertises its ability to sync with Sonos. Specific content is hard to find on Sonos and the app no longer keeps track of where it is. I have to try and remember exactly where I’m at in a podcast if I am listening through Sonos, find the podcast on my phone through the sticher app, and then fast forward to where I was to continue listening. This is necessary in reverse as well going from the phone to Sonos. The apps controls in Sonos also do not include any fast forward or rewind buttons other than the buggy option of trying to hold the forward or backwards buttons down. Feels like I’m using a tape player. Not very premium for the price.