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What is a good podcast aggregator for my ipod other than ITunes?

I'm looking for something that will poll for new podcasts daily and automatically load to my ipod when I connect my ipod to my computer.

Thanks,

Chris

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Any specifics on why you don't want to use iTunes? If you want it to sync to your iPod, iTunes is probably genuinely the best program out there. –  Sam152 Oct 1 '09 at 12:42
    
The only thing I have on my ipod are podcasts; no music. I want the simplest app for pulling podcasts down regularly and syncing them with my ipod. –  user7435 Oct 1 '09 at 14:53

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Are you running a Mac or Linux? I don't know any Mac programs, but if you're running Linux - http://gPodder.org is a great tool for podcast aggregation.

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rhythmbox doesnt talk to iPod? –  Lakshman Prasad Oct 1 '09 at 16:45

I think SongBird can sync to an iPod/iPhone. But for the best results to sync to an iPod, iTunes is simply the best.

Why? I have my podcasts to automatically delete off the iPod on a sync after they have been played. This on top of playlists and x2 speed for said podcasts.

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