At the 2017 Worldwide Developer Conference, Apple announced several big changes that will help podcasters and podcast-consumers. Here’s what you need to know.
In early 2016, Apple launched Podcasts Connect for podcasters to manager their shows in iTunes and the Podcasts apps. Here’s more on these podcasting updates.
Apple unveiled it’s newest flagship mobile products on September 9, 2014: iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iOS 8, and Apple Watch. Will these be of any benefit to podcasters?
Apple rumor sites have been buzzing about Apple’s rumored plans to purchase Swell for $30 million, originally reported by Re/code. This could have huge implications to the Apple Podcasts app for iOS, as well as iTunes Radio and the whole Apple digital store ecosystem.
Apple recently emailed podcasters to remind them (again) about the requirements for being featured in iTunes. The language is very specific for easily misunderstood. I’ll explain this for you and tell you how you can change your podcast cover art or add some if you don’t already have it.
Apple’s latest reminder to podcasters is the third time they’ve mentioned large podcast cover art. This isn’t a universal requirement, just a requirement for being featured.
What you’ve heard about iTunes’s auto “unsubscribing” and pingPodcast is probably wrong. Hear some truth plus two new launches for podcasters.