By Overcast Radio, LLC

  • Category: News
  • Release Date: 2014-07-16
  • Current IOS App Version: 5.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 13.35 MB
  • IOS App Developer: Overcast Radio, LLC
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 12.0 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 26,416 IOS App Ratings


A powerful yet simple podcast player, with Smart Speed, Voice Boost, and Smart Playlists to help you listen to more podcasts in more places, try new shows, and completely control your experience. Overcast is a modern, fully featured audio podcast player with many useful features in a simple, intuitive interface: - Download podcasts for playing anytime, even when offline. - Search and browse for new podcasts, plus get recommendations from Twitter. - Create custom Playlists with smart filters and per-podcast priorities, and rearrange the list whenever you want. - Receive optional push notifications when new episodes arrive. - Subscribe to a podcast, or just add an episode: try new shows without committing. - Download podcasts over cellular, set a sleep timer, or use Voice Boost to enhance and normalize speech volume. - Adjust playback speed, and use Smart Speed to shrink silences and pick up extra speed without distorting the conversation. - 3D Touch support - Rich notifications - Apple Watch app with standalone podcast playback - CarPlay support Overcast is ad-supported. If you choose to purchase Overcast Premium to remove ads, payment will be charged to your iTunes account, and your account will be charged for renewal 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. Auto-renewal may be turned off at any time by going to your settings in the iTunes Store after purchase. Current price for Overcast Premium is $9.99 USD per year, and may vary from country to country. Overcast's privacy policy: https://overcast.fm/privacy



  • Best podcast app for iPhone

    By JoseMomma32
    I struggle through the apple podcast app for several months after switching from an android and I couldn’t stand it any longer. I tried several apps but Overcast is by far the best one. It has so many customizable settings to make your experience exactly how you’d want it. It made life so much more enjoyable!
  • Great & functional, but why no Sonos integration?

    By msinert
    I was an Overcast user for a long time, but switched to Pocketcasts a while ago for one feature only: Sonos integration. But now the updated version of Pocketcasts is a disaster, so I’m back on Overcast. But I still have my big quibble. I can’t use it with my Sonos system. I guess there are some workarounds if you’re a tech guy. I’m not. Spotify has native integration. Pocketcasts is at least a service in the mediocre Sonos app. Overcast is way better than Pocketcasts. Can you get something going here Marco? Please?
  • Great if slightly confusing

    By benkuhn
    Maybe I'm dense, but there are a few things about Overcast's organization that are really confusing to me: - When I go to a podcast the "Unplayed" tab is highlighted, but podcasts labeled "played" still appear in the list. By contrast the "All" tab appears to include podcasts that go further back in the archive. - There appears to be no way to mark an episode as "played" if I don't want to finish it, I can only "delete" it, which causes it to disappear from "unplayed." (But to still appear in "All", as not having been played.) - When I started using Overcast, it automatically gave me a playlist called "All Episodes". It didn't include everything in the "All" tab of the podcasts, but instead everything in the "Unplayed" tab, including the "played" episodes there. This is not a very useful playlist to have, I think. - Recently, I deleted this playlist, and a new playlist called "Queue" mysteriously appeared in its place. (Actually, I think first the "All Podcasts" playlist might have reappeared but with no episodes in the playlist, and then I deleted it again? Not sure.) That was surprising; although if the queue is actually visible, it will be very helpful (previously I was using "play next" to decide what to listen to next, but I couldn't find anywhere to see what was playing next, so I kept forgetting that I already had something else queued up and ended up with a ton of half-listened podcasts). Anyway, despite the fact that I have no intuitive understanding of Overcast's internal model, it's a nice app and seems to work better than Apple Podcasts, so I generally like it.
  • Great alternative to Apple podcast.

    By Shelly on G
    I can’t remember why I started using Overcast. But I have found it to be a terrific app. No glitches to speak of. Good oh!
  • My go to

    By Gh05s_C0unc1l
    Sorry to say, Apple, but Overcast simply does it better, customizability, small details, they just polish an aspect that feels rather neglected right out of the box by Apple.
  • Pretty good

    By JavaPai
  • It Just Works!

    By FlyingFrenchy
    Works on iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch. Doesn’t get in the way. Doesn’t invade your privacy.
  • I adore this app!

    By Victoriaburr
    I love this app. It’s been so great using it. I love all the ways to customize the app or the podcast subscriptions
  • Best podcast app

    By buuuuuutttplug
    I love overcast. Great job!
  • The Best

    By PottsB
    I love Overcast. Thank you, Marco for maintaining such a great app for podcast listeners like me to use and enjoy!