PoddumFeeder
PoddumFeeder
1.11

2.9

PoddumFeeder free download for Mac

PoddumFeeder

1.11
21 January 2005

Subscribe/download podcasts.

Overview

PodCasting (invented by former MTV VJ Adam Curry) is the latest way to download free and timely content from hundreds of websites. PoddumFeeder will allow you to subscribe to these feeds and download them to iTunes (and then to your iPod) for later listening. This version allows you to subscribe to any three PodCasts; $4.95 will unlock the program and allow you to subscribe to all features.

What's new in PoddumFeeder

Version 1.11: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

6 PoddumFeeder Reviews

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Anonymous
21 November 2004

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fyi, curry didn't invent podcasting- he just popularized it. see the wikipedia entry
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Version 0.1
Anonymous
02 March 2005
German vowel mutaions (ä,ö,ü) aren't displayed correctly. A feature like "show original" (Cmd-R in iTunes) is missing. Not informations on the files (length etc.) Not all podcasts are downloaded. Moreover I can't determine which casts have already been downloaded. Genre in iTunes appears as "PodCast", what's that supposed to mean? Display useless error messages like "Can't make file "Spin:Users:kuddel:Desktop:test:A_Study_in_Scarlet_part_14 .mp3" into a alias. (-1700)" File extension ".mp3" missing in some cases. Main window not resizable, welcome to a century where displays may be larger than 9 inches. Overall rating for the current version: Useless, not worth 5 USD.
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Version 1.11
Anonymous
03 February 2005
This is the bess I have seen in this category. Thanks for contributing to the podcast community!
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Version 1.11
Anonymous
07 December 2004
this program looks better than other Podcast clients i've seen. however, there's one showstopper problem for me: PoddumFeeder doesn't correctly route its URL requests through the proxy server configured in my Network Location. this leads me to believe that the developer is not using the Cocoa URL Loading System properly; documentation is available here: http://developer.apple.com/documentation/Cocoa/Conceptual/URLLoadingSystem/index.html#//apple_ref/doc/uid/10000165i
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Version 1.0
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Anonymous
Anonymous
30 December 2004
This software is completely built with AppleScript--most of that document seems to be for "real" programming. If we're way off base, let us know and we will look further into it: staff@ifthensoft.com.
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Version 1.1
Anonymous
03 December 2004
am i doing something wrong? this thing just runs the status animation whenever i do something, its not working, downloading, or listing. whats the deal?
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Version 0.1
Anonymous
24 November 2004
wow, my first comment was erased. I guess the developer didnt like what i had to say. Once again, i will repeat, don't call it a donation to unlock features. MAYBE if you just had a nag screen and a "donation" got rid of that, i'd understand. But what you want users to do is REGISTER. I really do find it insulting for you to ask for a donation while withholding features from users. Just call it that. A donation is given to open source free (as in beer) software. Other than that, the app looks great. Its nice to have a REAL cocoa iPodder application. I just wish the developer was more with the community of it all and offered the application for free. It IS 0.1 software. Why would i pay for .1 software.
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Version 0.1
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If Then Software
If Then Software
02 December 2004
Woah--I didn't delete anything! I know nothing about any previous comments. Anyhow...I guess there is some sort of distinction between donations and registering--I really didn't sit and think about it that closely. I thought by putting that right in the description, it would be pretty clear. It is donationware, it is getting better and a new version will be out any day. If you don't want to register (or donate) you can still use the software, but you are limited to 3 subscriptions. We are fully available for comments at staff@ifthensoft.com should you wish to continue this discussion. We also have a built-in bug reporter in the software, feel free to use it.
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Version 0.1
Anonymous
Anonymous
23 February 2005
Let that be a lesson to you, developer. Get even the slightest difference between donation and licence wrong, and the near-fanatical concern with semantics (free speech vs free beer, etc.) of millions of open source/firefox developing geeks will pretty much crucify you on the spot. Unfortunately for the OS geeks, it's quite clear from your description above what's available before and after you pay money, regardless of the term you used. Let them stew around a bit, by I myself wouldn't worry too much about it.
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Version 1.11
Anonymous
21 November 2004
fyi, curry didn't invent podcasting- he just popularized it. see the wikipedia entry
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Version 0.1
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Anonymous
Anonymous
21 November 2004
FYI, you should learn to comprehend what you read. "The term "podcasting" was coined by Dannie J. Gregoire and made popular by former MTV VJ and Dutch weblogger Adam Curry's original ipodder script." So, some person coined the term, and Adam Curry created the original script. Therefore podcasting was theoretical until Adam Curry invented/created the original script.
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Version 0.1
$4.95

2.9

App requirements: 
  • PPC 32
  • Mac OS X 10.3.9 or later
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