100,000 - 500,000 downloads
by jt7775 on 09/08/2011
Larry, try outlook express numbnuts.
by Frank Sposito on 20/02/2015
The recent update has introduced a lot of bugs into doggcatcher, specifically with streaming episodes. The streams are hard to get started and often cut out while you're listening if you toggle over to another app for a moment. Definitely needs a service update.
by Michael Moellering on 19/02/2015
This app is far superior in design and function than any other one I have used. Worth every penny.
by Adam Duvall on 19/02/2015
I use this app to keep me running all night long. Great app guys
by Nick Lironi-Irvine on 18/02/2015
This is the first podcast player I've used, and I've never felt the need to look for another
by Gabriel Ziegler on 17/02/2015
Had it forever
by Joe Locker on 17/02/2015
Probably used this app longer than any other on my phone. Superb functionality and stability. As others have said cloud sync would complete an otherwise great app
by Jesse Niou on 17/02/2015
Easy to set up podcasts, easy to listen with lots of features and ease of use. A few more things I think would improve my experience: 1.) less duplicate feeds when subscribing, 2.) sleep feature is nice, but what about an alarm? 3.) Would like a way to flag a podcast as keep forever... I.e. save on iTunes. Keep up the good work!!!
by Renzo Torrenga on 16/02/2015
The app is great I have been using it for over 3 years, but I feel like they could update the UI to be more in line with material design.
by Jannik Hansen on 16/02/2015
I've been waiting patiently for you to add syncing between devices, but the feature seems to be in perpetual beta. Come on, it can't be that hard to do.
by Michael Facchin on 16/02/2015
by H Kern on 14/02/2015
Been using this for years. Works great.
by Seth Valliere on 14/02/2015
I love this app. I just wish it had an active status bar on the widget so I can see the progress of what I am listening too. Is that possible?
by Andy Leal on 13/02/2015
I have been using doggcatcher for a little over a year now and overall have found it reliable. It's customizable and does a great job of keeping your feeds up to date. The customization is a little bit of a double edged sword as the menus can be a bit labyrinthine. My other gripe is that the right ellipse menu on individual podcast entries has too small of a trigger area. I find myself restarting
by Logan Kennelly on 13/02/2015
I'll echo what others have said: this isn't the easiest to use application I've come across, but there is an option for everything I've wanted. Once you have it set up, it is really easy to simply listen to your podcasts, though. I originally selected DoggCatcher because of the variable playback speed (which is top-notch) and built-in sleep timer, but the application continues to impress me with