Google Podcasts is an app that continues to gain presence in Europe and that last year introduced a multitude of new functions, such as the integration of RSS or automatic downloads. The first days of the new year leave us with a further improvement, this time in the web version of this service.
Google updates the subscriptions page in the web version of Podcasts. This page will now display more information, aside from the podcasts you are currently subscribed to. An improvement that many have been waiting for a long time.
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Google Podcasts Improves Subscriptions Section
In the Subscriptions section of Google Podcasts, users can see at any time the podcasts to which they are subscribed. This section gives you an overview of all the podcasts you follow, in case you want to grab a specific one or unsubscribe from one of them, for example. This is the section that Google is updating.
The renovated section now shows the latest podcast episodes to which you are subscribed. That way you will only have to go to this page to see if those podcasts have a new episode available, instead of having to search for it in the app. The process is much easier for users in this web version of the app.
This is a function that was already present in the Android version of Google Podcasts, it is therefore important that it is launched now in the web version of this service. The design is the same as that of the Android application, to maintain this consistency between the two platforms. In this list of most recent episodes, you will be able to see the name of this chapter, how long, when it was released and a brief description of the content of that episode, as well as be able to read it now.
If you are using the web version of Google Podcasts, you will now be able to see this Renewed Subscriptions section, where the most recent episodes of those podcasts you have subscribed to are now displayed.
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