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As podcasts continue to grow in popularity, the need to find a good way to discover, play, and organize them also grows. Whether you’re a newbie or a grizzled veteran, we’ve collected the best of the best, and you’re sure to find one that suits your needs.

The iPhone does a great job at syncing with iTunes. Syncing music and movies is a logical thing to do. The problem with syncing podcasts is that new podcasts come out daily and even hourly! It is a real pain to sync your iPhone multiple times a day just to stay up to date with your favorite podcasts. There are some fantastic apps that can help you listen, download, and sync your favorite podcasts right on your iPhone. As always, let us know if we forgot your favorite one!

Greg Sapienza

While many believe its days are numbered, a lot of people still see the value of the radio. The apps in this AppGuide put a fresh spin on a technology that has been around for decades, adding an experience and feature set that makes radio listening more enjoyable than ever.

Greg Sapienza

New AppGuide: Police Scanner Radio Apps

Have you ever wondered what the police are up to? Where is that police car going? Well, police scanners have been around for some time and now there are even apps for that. We compare our favorites in this AppGuide. .

Tim Chaten

Due to popular demand, we've updated this AppGuide of our favorite radio apps. Many of the apps are universal, so you'll something for all of your iDevices here. Bring your favorite talk shows and music wherever you go.

Karen Freeman

Do you enjoy listening to the radio on your iPad and wish you could do it even without an Internet connection? Slacker Radio allows you to do just that with the latest 3.0 update. On top of Slacker Premium support, an updated iPad user interface was also added along with on demand options.

Mike Lata

New AppGuide: AM/FM Radio Apps

FM radios can be a source of entertainment for many. Unfortunately, Apple has decided to not include this in any of the iOS devices. Apple’s only radio devices are the iPod nanos. There are thankfully a few apps that allow you to stream live radio to your iPhone. You will need a data connection, which is not required with a true FM device. We compare the best options in this AppGuide ...

Tim Chaten