How To Install gPodder in Ubuntu, A Simple Podcast Aggregator

gPodder is a free and simple podcast aggregator for GNU/Linux. As you can guess, gPodder simply collects podcast/s that are streamed online (free ones) and let you listen/watch them within its GUI. This is really a big time saver because once installed, you don't have to manually browse or download podcast/s anymore!.

gPodder - Listen to all your podcast/s from a single place...

Main features...

*. A cross-platform app which is available for Windows, Free BSD, Mac OSX and GNU/Linux.

*. User interfaces are available within - GTK+, Maemo4/5 and CLI.

*. Support iPod, MP3 and mobile phones.

*. Download and save to HDD for permanent access. 

*. Plays files with the help of Panucci (another podcast player) and supports resume, remember where you last stopped the file playback, bookmarking, etc.

So, if you run Ubuntu Linux then you can easily install gPodder using a PPA channel. As usual, open your Terminal and issue the below command.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:thp/gpodder
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install gpodder
That should do it. 

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