CPod is a free open source podcast app for Linux, Windows, and macOS. Cpod is a simple, beautiful and easy-to-use podcast client. It is based on the Electron framework and used the iTunes podcast directory to find podcasts. It comes with a simple user interface with 5 menu options. Explore, home, queue, subscription, settings. Here you can manage your subscriptions, podcast queues and discover new podcasts. Some other features are dark themes, keyboard shortcuts, podcast subscription sync and export / import. Released under the open source Apache License Version 2.0.
Install CPod Podcast App on Ubuntu
The CPod podcast app can be installed via deb, AppImage and snapped on Ubuntu. In this article, we’ll look at all the methods one at a time.
Install CPod via deb.
Go to the download link above and download the latest CPod podcast app .deb file and save it in your downloads folder. You can change the following commands based on the downloaded cpod file name. here”CPod_1.27.1_amd64.deb“Open the ubuntu terminal app (ctrl + alt + t) and run all the commands one by one. Enter the password if necessary.
sudo dpkg -i CPod_1.27.1_amd64.deb
sudo apt install -f
Then open it from the application menu.
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Install CPod via AppImage.
Download CPod AppImage from the download link above and place it in your downloads folder. The file name here is “CPod-1.27.1-x86_64.AppImage“In the terminal app
sudo chmod +x ~ CPod-1.27.1-x86_64.AppImage
Install CPod via snap.
Snap installation is easy. Just run this command in Ubuntu terminal.
sudo snap install cumulonimbus