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Android podcast player with TTRSS syncing

Posted: 06 Apr 2013, 02:05
by therefromhere
Are there any Android podcast player apps that support syncing with TTRSS (while keeping them as distinct feeds).

I know I can export an aggregated RSS feed or OPML of my podcasts from TTRSS, and subscribe to that in any number of players, which is neat, but what I'd really like is the sort of workflow that Google Reader + Listen provided.

So something like this:

I have a Podcast category in TTRSS, my player app would see all the individual feeds in that category (and adding a feed to TTRSS would automatically add it to the player).
For bonus points, listening to a podcast on the player would mark it read in TTRSS, but I can live without that.

Re: Android podcast player with TTRSS syncing

Posted: 14 May 2013, 15:35
by lambretta
Yeah - would be good if someone knew of an android app that has this functionality, ie, to take its RSS feeds from tt-rss and use that as the base for your podcast feeds (which is what Listen and Google reader work like).

Thoughts - suggestions?

Re: Android podcast player with TTRSS syncing

Posted: 14 May 2013, 15:36
by fox
KB is for posting howtos and such, not for "I'd like to have something like this".

Edit: not sure where to move this, though, so I guess it's ok.

Re: Android podcast player with TTRSS syncing

Posted: 15 May 2013, 00:58
by therefromhere
Yeah sorry, I didn't see a good spot for it. I was thinking if there was a "yes, it's XYZ" it'd become a de-facto knowledgebase article.

Re: Android podcast player with TTRSS syncing

Posted: 20 May 2013, 07:42
by lambretta
Found a way to do this so this is a KB now I guess.

1. Subscribe to your podcasts in tt-rss
3. Still in tt-rss view the particular feed's URL (top right hand corner of TT-RSS window) in your installation of tt-rss
4. I use beyondpod on my android. You can subscribe to a URL which, if you use the feed URL you have found above, will drag your tt-rss podcast feeds in as well.
5. To make things easier, import the feed URL into goo.gl to shorten the URL, makes it easier to type in on you Android.