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    Question Windows Podcast Client

    Hi,

    i am looking for an Windows Podcast Client that will use the same Sync as my android devices.
    So I will ask you if you plan to work on a Windows software or you plan to open you sync API to another Desktop Clients?

    regards
    Thomas

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    I would love a native client as well.

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    Work is well underway on a Windows 8 Phone version of BeyondPod. Once that's up and running and stable, the next stage will be to convert it for Windows 8 Tablets. (Unlike Android and iOS, Windows Phone and Windows Tablet cannot run the same applications, but Windows 8 Tablet applications will also run on Windows 8 PCs.) So it's likely that there will be a Windows 8 desktop client - but probably not one for Windows 7 and earlier.
    Last edited by juwlz; 07-29-2013 at 06:57 PM.

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    Running BeyondPod in BlueStacks is pretty ugly solution, but it's better than nothing

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    The rest of this discussion (regarding development of a 3rd party desktop client) has been moved to the Developer forum:
    http://www.beyondpod.com/forum/showt...esktop-clients
    Last edited by juwlz; 10-21-2013 at 06:25 AM.

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    StefanK. I can't post a reply to where the post has been moved to.

    http://www.beyondpod.com/forum/showt...esktop-clients

    To answer your question. I glanced at the API for gpodder. There was a python library already written for gpodder, so I'd have to write a php library. I think using the gpodder api & services is a good direction to go in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the7erm View Post
    StefanK. I can't post a reply to where the post has been moved to.

    http://www.beyondpod.com/forum/showt...esktop-clients
    You should be able to now

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    Hows this coming along? by when is it possible to run it on Windows? I have Windows 8.1 so, I am willing to even beta test if required.

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    It's getting there, but there's still a bit more work to do before it's ready for beta testing.

    Thanks for the offer though - noted.

    Julie

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    Chrome support

    Hi there,
    How bout Chrome (browser) support instead. That way you shouldnt need to port it to multiple devices/os's.

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