Apple is giving podcasts a useful boost, both for listeners and podcast. as TechCrunch explain, the upcoming iOS 15.5, iPadOS 15.5 and macOS 12.4 upgrades will finally give you a ton of advanced tools to limit podcast storage across your devices. You can tell the Podcast app to download only a certain number of recent episodes, episodes within a set time frame (such as a week or a month), or only new episodes.You can also disable downloads entirely – if you are using Small capacity iPhone And need every gigabyte you can get your hands on.
The new OS upgrade will also give you an annual subscription option Paid Podcasts. You can also browse shows by season and filter episodes by status.
You may also see more podcasts.Apple has unveil A “commissioned delivery” feature is planned, allowing creators to send free and paid programming to podcasters through third-party providers such as Acast, Libsyn, and Omny Studio. The move should make it easier for producers to distribute their shows across platforms — they can offer a range of shows through Podcasts, Spotify and other big platforms while managing content in one place.
Delegated Delivery is launching this fall and will be available for free regardless of whether creators are part of the Apple Podcasts program. They just need to join the program to publish paid material. The program is essentially Apple’s answer to Spotify’s Anchor, and should increase the odds of your favorite shows playing through your listening app of choice.
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