Let’s face it: We all like to listen to podcasts while working away on servers. The site MakeUseOf.com recently surveyed all the podcast managers for Windows in an effort to find the best one.
Reviewed are iTunes, Miro, VLC, Juice and Clementine. But which one is the best? The site’s editors say it depends on what you need:
Well, that depends on the combination of features you prefer — many people prefer iTunes for its integration with iPods and other Apple devices, while other Windows users would flock to VLC for its minimal, lightweight approach to podcasts. Still other users would choose Clementine, which is lightweight but more full-featured, with integrated search features. People who are particularly into video podcasts might prefer Miro and its interface that seems more designed for videos.
Read the full review here.