I like listening to podcasts, and I can’t get enough of the audio features available in Trakt, the app that lets you listen to your favorite podcasts in real time.
There’s the ability to listen offline, which lets you pause the audio to listen later.
You can also turn on playback and stop the podcast.
In addition to the audio, you can listen to podcasts using a voice dictation feature.
Trakt also has a built-in player for the iPad and iPhone, which I’ve been using to listen and record podcasts for several years.
One thing that might seem strange is the fact that Trakt doesn’t support the most common podcast apps, like Apple Podcasts or Soundcloud.
This is something that I noticed a few years ago, but I wasn’t really aware of until I tried Trakt for the first time this month.
I used the same setup to listen back to my favorite podcasts that I’ve used to record them, and the result was an experience that was far superior to what I was used to with my Apple Podcast.
The app has a large selection of podcasts from popular podcasts such as The Colbert Report, The Daily Show with Trevor Noah, and The Daily Beast.
While I listened to some of the podcasts while using the app, I found that they sounded much more authentic when I was recording them from my phone.
Even though it took me some time to get used to the new setup, I really liked it.
I’m glad that I found Trakt because it gives me an audio experience that I enjoy, and it also provides a nice feature set for podcasting in general.