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We’ll Just Say It: This Is a Nearly Perfect Podcast App

Plus, a few other decent choices

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RRemember when you had to sync your iPod with your computer every time you downloaded new music? Podcasts once worked the same way — you had to plug in every time a new episode was available. Thankfully, things have gotten a lot easier 15 years later, and podcasts are now more popular than ever.




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