Apple’s new Podcasts app, with its skeuomorphic tape reels and beautiful interface, is an absolutely brilliant way to discover, manage, and listen to podcasts. And on our newest CultCast, we’ll tell you how Apple’s new gem will finally bring podcast entertainment out of the shadows and into the hands of the masses.
And then, did you know Google just released their beloved Chrome browser for iOS? We’ll tell you what we think and if it’s going to give Safari a run for its money.
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CultCast #20 – They Call me Dr. Crypt
On The CultCast this week
- John Brownlee – Cult of Mac Deputy Editor
- Buster Heine – Cult of Mac writer and community manager
- Erfon Elijah – Cult of Mac writer and host of The CultCast
Our stories this week
- Buster’s mecca to Steve Jobs House (no link, you’ll have to listen)
- Google Chrome For iPhone & iPad Is Now Available For Download [Update]
- The Official iOS Facebook App Is About To Get A Blistering Fast Speed Update
- Apple Just Released A New Podcast App For iOS
- Here’s The Braun Tape Recorder That Inspired Apple’s Podcasts App [Gallery]
- How Apple uses skeuomorphism to design products you already know how to use (no link, you’ll have to listen)
- Listener Twitter questions! (no link, you’ll have to listen)