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Author Sonja, posted November 13, 2016

One of the great features is the subscription of a podcast via QR-code.

As a non iTunes user I often have problems to find the rss-feed to subscribe a podcast. The feed is often really good hidden on the homepage of the podcast. With the QR-code that Panoptikum.io shows for each podcast, I can subscribe with my smartphone in just a few steps:

  • scan the code with the smartphone
  • touch Abonnieren on the smartphone
  • the next screen shows the logo, the title and a short description of the podcast
  • touch Weiter and get a list of podcatcher apps
  • select the one you use and the feed address is sent to your podcatcher app in the right way
  • continue within your podcatcher

I really love that feature! No searching for the feed on unknown websites and no typing of the url (which often needs several attempts due to typos). Try it out - this feature is up- and running! No registration required! The only limitation is the limited number (464) of podcasts available at the moment.

QR-Code

If you have your podcatcher on the computer (PC/laptop) just select Subscribe instead of scanning via Smartphone and a dialog opens that let’s you select your programm on the computer and again the feed is sent to the podcatcher the correct way.

Subscribe

I selected gPodder and after a confirmation that Panoptium.io is allowed to open gPodder on my PC, the feed is inserted:

gpodder

Try it out


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