Outcast for Watch

Outcast for Watch

By Crunchy Bagel

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2018-01-24
  • Current Version: 3.0.2
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 38.49 MB
  • Developer: Crunchy Bagel
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
Score: 4
4
From 491 Ratings

Description

A standalone podcast player for Apple Watch. Leave your iPhone at home and browse, download and play podcasts while you're on the go. * Search for podcasts directly on your Apple Watch * Download episodes over wi-fi or cellular* * Play podcasts when you have AirPods or compatible Bluetooth headphones/speaker connected. * Create a playlist, so the next episode automatically starts playing, even when the Outcast is in the background. Additionally, you can: * Browse and manage episodes directly from your iPhone * Add the complication to your Apple Watch face for real-time progress and full color artwork * Adjust skip forward/backward duration * Adjust playback duration * Export/import your list of podcasts in OPML format Note: Downloading over cellular when not connected to your iPhone requires cellular Apple Watch and activated data plan.

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Reviews

  • Absolutely love it

    5
    By JCgr84me
    I bought an Apple Watch 3 with Cellular for 2 reasons; I’m sick of carrying around a gigantic phone and I wanted to be able to listen to Christian podcasts while I was hitting golf balls, shooting hoops, etc...without having to lug around my phone...and this app is excellent for your Apple Watch. I have no complaints...I simply love it and I did try a few others and they were not nearly as user friendly as Outcast. Thank you my good people at Outcast! FYI - for those of you on the fence about adding your watch to your cell plan, it’s worth it...well worth it. I think it’s like $10-$15 per month with a $30 activation fee but it is SO worth it! I know this will ensure no one reads this review but God bless and I hope you find great podcasts that are uplifting and help you in your walk!
  • Missing link: Sync

    2
    By LizaBgonz
    I wish the the app would sync with my devices. I’m wasting time looking through phone a downloading episodes if it doesn’t sync automatically on my watch.
  • Disable Bluetooth to force WiFi

    3
    By Oddj0bs
    This app has been the most valiant effort to work around the limitations of WatchOS 4. Unfortunately, the recent update seems to have broken the app on my series 3 watch. Hopefully, a WatchOS 5 version is in the works or ready for publication with WatchOS 5 on the 17th. WatchOS 5 should provide the developer with all the tools required to make this work as well as a first party app. My biggest frustration with this and any other podcast app is the limitation placed on data transfer to the watch. WatchOS seems to steadfastly stick to Bluetooth transfer. The only way to ensure a faster WiFi download on the watch seems to be to disable Bluetooth on the phone, but keep WiFi enabled. I hope Apple gives the user the option to prioritize one over the other in future versions of WatchOS. Cellular transfer seemed to work in earlier versions, but has been broken for me in recent versions
  • Update is bad

    1
    By R234B
    Won’t load after update. Crashes immediately.
  • Nice UI, bad download experience

    4
    By Bdeimos
    Does not automatically resume paused downloads. Requires to disconnect iPhone during download to have adequate speed.
  • I never give a 1 star rating.

    2
    By sprinks5
    I have used this app for quite a while and loved it but this new iteration crashes my Apple Watch 3. I loved this app but something went very wrong on this update.
  • 3.0 even better

    5
    By Kraonn
    This has always been the watch player that worked reliably. Now it’s finally able to be easy to use thanks to watchOS 5.
  • Downloading

    3
    By iwatch wearer
    The Problem may not be out cast… But the Apple Watch… In any case… Even when following directions… Download of Podcasts onto the I watch has been sporadic, unreliable, and unpredictable.
  • Very confusing interface

    3
    By Alton McDowell
    Very confusing interface, cannot see list of available episode for a podcast
  • Outcast Unreliable

    2
    By 123!!!man
    Downloading a podcast on to Iwatch 3 is extremely unreliable. Tried all the recommendations: Bluetooth on or off. Doesn’t make any difference. Interrupt errors non stop. Also, if you are successful in download to iwatch the podcast behaves like a scratched phonograph record. Audio keeps skipping back to earlier parts of the podcast then back to current location. Annoying.

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