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  • noun Plural form of podcatcher.

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Examples

  • Today, there are more than 2,000 different feed reading applications, also known as "news aggregators" (for text, mostly) or "podcatchers" (for podcasts).

    RSS: It's Really Simple if you want Support

  • All perfectly capable wirefree podcatchers – given the right software.

    Scripting News for 11/30/2006 « Scripting News Annex

  • To reiterate, this is all about the newbies - this gives them a simple means to sample, taste and graze various podcast episodes without first having to learn about MP3 players, podcatchers, USB cables, syncing and all that baloney.

    March 2006

  • To reiterate, this is all about the newbies - this gives them a simple means to sample, taste and graze various podcast episodes without first having to learn about MP3 players, podcatchers, USB cables, syncing and all that baloney.

    It must be Podcasting Friday....

  • I think some podcatchers are having trouble with the previous episode I just published.

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  • I think some podcatchers are having trouble with the pr [...]

    2005 December | Evil Genius Chronicles

  • Expect the small players to get together where the podcast directories and podcatchers become even more integrated.

    Podcasting vs RSS

  • By a show of comments, how many people had KAMN #1 show up in their podcatchers automatically, and how many had to browse here and download it manually?

    Subscription feed problems? : The Kick-Ass Mystic Ninjas

  • Expect the small players to get together where the podcast directories and podcatchers become even more integrated.

    Archive 2005-06-01

  • By a show of comments, how many people had KAMN #1 show up in their podcatchers automatically, and how many had to browse here and download it manually?

    2005 October : The Kick-Ass Mystic Ninjas

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