For me, podcast playback from Apple Watch is especially useful during workouts. Many podcasts have video, but on Apple Watch you can only listen to the audio-based ones. You should see the episodes you have saved. Music is something easy to sync with your Apple Watch from iTunes library, but if you are a podcast lover, it would be a tough nut to crack. Tap the entry for Now Playing to continue listening to the last episode you accessed.
To do this, return to the options screen of the Podcasts app on your watch. Perhaps it will improve in an update. Plus, we also have included a couple of our custom productivity templates for you to get started with. James is an advocate of accessible technology across all platforms, with an emphasis on Windows. Clicking on any of these links will display episodes available on Apple Watch.
Therefore, I'd suggest limiting the number of podcasts you store on the device. It includes the same playback controls you can find in the Music app. Unlike other simple workarounds, this will take your time and you need to follow more steps. Tap one for a full set of playback controls. This works now synonymous without annoying transmission process through iTunes synchronization.
Outcast, as a full-bore podcatcher on the Apple Watch, comes the closest. Description: Finally, take your Apple Watch and run with your favorite podcast and leave the iPhone at home. To do so, simply tap on the episode and adjust the time via the overlay that appears. Click a + button in the upper-left corner, and Workouts++ prompts you to search for a podcast using keywords. The Listen Now option adds one episode at a time for every show that you listen to. In the future, I think playing podcasts from the built-in speaker on the Apple Watch could be ideal. Sponsored Links Fortunately, there is a solution to sync podcasts with Apple Watch.
As a bonus, it has a workout-related flourish. In fact, it is impossible to sync your podcasts to Apple Watch. With the top level based around an artwork carousel, it can take a lot of scrolling or tapping to find what you want. Now all your friends can jump in on the podcast fun too! Pondering Apple Watch Podcast Apps I enjoyed using all of these apps, and Outcast and Workouts++ in particular. If you want to try it, you can. Unfortunately, their solutions, while welcome, aren't exactly ideal.
Podface works reasonably well, but sits in a weird place, being neither a full podcast app nor a full fitness app. Tap it again and you get an episode list. There are many podcast apps out there, and some are better than others. WatchPlayer transfers podcast episodes to the Apple Watch. The Podface iPhone app is useful in other ways.
All rights and obligations are the responsibility of the respective podcast authors. The feature comes with some big caveats. Or you can sync them to your Apple Watch if desired. At the Edit screen, tap New Station. Instead, you can tap into your favorite podcasts on an. It works with apps like to be able to share certain podcast episodes straight to your watch for offline playback away from your iPhone. Tap an episode and a watch transfer starts.
Using the Apple Watch with AirPods and cellular to take Apple Music and Podcasts anywhere with me makes it my dream workout watch — nothing comes close. You can even set only specific podcasts to download. Remember, Workouts++ is primarily a workout app, so it will not even let you play a podcast until you start a workout. You may enjoy listening to on your iPhone, but lugging your phone around at the gym or during a jog can be a hassle. While I still prefer to run to music for a faster pace, I really enjoy listening to podcast episodes during outdoor walks and cycling for a change of pace. But there are millions of takers of Apple Watch as it offers many smart features and functions.
MiniCast: The Episode Transfer Utility free is at the opposite end of the complexity scale, functioning as little more than a transfer tool to help you move episodes from iPhone to Apple Watch for playback on your wrist. The app even affords the ability to listen to your favorite episodes directly from the Apple Watch speaker — no headphones required. Pondering Apple Watch Podcast Apps I enjoyed using all of these apps, and Outcast and Workouts++ in particular. You do need to be a little tech-savvy to pull it off though. Each app has its own approach — with pros and cons — for achieving this watch-as-iPod feat, so there is something here for everybody.