Byear is an iOS podcasting app.
Its first app, a podcasting version of Google Play Music, was released in March.
Now it’s looking to take over the world with its new podcasting feature, a new podcast that looks like the old version but is even better.
It’s the most obvious contender for podcast dominance, but the company’s competitors are doing their best to catch up.
Byear, the podcasting giant that recently bought TuneIn, is offering a new Podcast app in iOS 8, along with an Android version that you can get from the Google Play Store.
The app looks similar to the older version, but it has been optimized for the iPad and Android.
It’s not as good as the old one, but its been updated to support new audio formats and features, and it’s the only one of the competitors I could find that’s even available on Android.
The first app you see when you open the app is called Byearpod.
You tap on a button, and you get a list of podcasts to listen to, with a list-like interface.
You can subscribe to podcasts by RSS, iTunes, Google Play, or any of the many other apps you can use to listen.
There’s no subscription to podcasts, though, so if you want to listen on a whim, you can just tap on “Subscribe.”
I picked up the new version of ByearPod after a quick test run with the new app, and I couldn’t be happier.
It was a great way to test the new features and hear what the new Byear Podcast app looks like.
It also helps to explain the new layout of the podcast list.
At the top of the list, you get the number of podcasts you have access to and the number they’re on, as well as an option to mute a particular podcast, so you can skip or skip to a particular episode or the previous podcast.
To the left of that, you see a list with the number and the current episode, along and the latest episode of a podcast you want, as you can see in the image above.
At the bottom, you have an “All Songs” section, which is where you can scroll down to view podcasts, playlists, and even skip or play a specific song from the podcast.
The podcasting experience is smooth and easy to use.
You have the option to shuffle the playlist in any direction, but if you tap the “play” button, it will play the last episode from that podcast.
You’ll be able to skip to that episode, as long as you have enough listening time.
I was able to play a couple of songs without missing a beat.
I didn’t have to mute or skip the podcast, either.
In the new format, you’ll see the number or the number for each episode.
When you scroll through the playlist, you’re also able to jump to a specific episode by tapping the “next” button.
The next episode will appear next to it, but you can tap it to skip it.
You might also want to pause a podcast by pressing the “pause” button next to the episode number.
The audio quality is a bit worse than the old format, but I’m impressed with how well the app handles the new audio format.
I found it to be a good match for the old formats.
This is the first app I’ve heard from the company, and the experience is pretty solid.
You’re able to quickly access all of the podcasts you want and to listen without needing to scroll through a long list.
You also have the ability to skip, skip to, or skip a specific part of a song.
It feels very natural, and by default, you want the “Next” button to go to the next episode.
If you don’t want to skip the episode, just tap “next.”
The app doesn’t use your location to display the time, and its not as accurate as other podcasts.
But its a very clean and minimalistic podcasting interface.
I’m a big fan of podcasts, so I’m glad I got this one.
If Byear were to release a new iOS app, I’d be happy to see it on the platform.
You can listen to podcasts through Apple Music, Spotify, or Google Play.
The new Byead podcasting podcasting features are available on all four platforms.
Byear was able do a lot of the heavy lifting on this one, and with Apple Music and Spotify on the way, the app should be ready to take on them soon.
The company is hoping to bring the app to Android in the near future.
I’ll update this article as soon as I get a chance to try it out.