Marco Arment has released a public beta of Forecast, a Mac app for podcast producers. Among a slew of other great features, Forecast is hands-down the best MP3 chapter editor I’ve seen. If you’ve noticed the chapter support in The Talk Show that started earlier this year, that’s thanks to Forecast. Forecast is free of charge, too.
See also: Jason Snell’s review of Forecast at Six Colors:
There’s also a perceptual trick that Forecast uses to make
encoding seem quick: When you add a file to be encoded, encoding
begins immediately in the background.
Marco Arment, developer of Overcast and the creator of Instapaper, has released Quitter, his first Mac app. Quitter is a simple utility that lets you automate the closing and hiding of distracting apps. From Arment's blog: Quitter a...
Popular third party podcast app Overcast has hit version 2.0, and with this update comes a number of features, including episode streaming, chapter support, storage management options, and more. Additionally, Marco Arment, Overcast'...
Marco Arment, best known as the creator of Instapaper, has today launched a new iOS app called Bugshot. Aimed at developers, beta testers and pedants alike, the app allows you... Keep reading ?
I’ve tried a number of podcast apps in the past and my favorite, by a small margin, is Pocket Casts. It’s not perfect though and Marco Arment, the founder of Instapaper and co-founder of Tumblr, is the latest to step into the fray w...