Following the US depreciation in April, Google Podcasts is shutting down for international users this June.

According to the updated support article, Google Podcasts will be available for “users outside of the United States” until “mid-to-late June 2024.” The YouTube Music migration and OPML file export will be available until July 29, 2024 for a month-long grace period.

  • shym3q
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    102 months ago

    AnntenaPod is the way

    • @espais
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      52 months ago

      Been looking for a solution. YT music is an awful replacement so your suggestion is very timely for me, thanks!

      • @ericjmorey
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        32 months ago

        I prefer Podverse, you can pay $18 per year (after a 3 month trial) to have multiple devices sync through a hosted account or just use the clients independently or host your own host your own instance.

        The only thing it’s missing for me is an easy way to get to the source url or download the media to your device.

        Overall I’m happy to pay them $1.50 a month for them to keep it actively developed.

  • Cloudless ☼
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    52 months ago

    I tried migrating to YT Music but they don’t even have the same podcasts available!

    • @[email protected]
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      2 months ago

      They don’t even have the same features. No notifications for new episodes, for example. I switched to AntenaPod too.

    • @DeprecatedCompatV2
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      32 months ago

      I noticed this as well. I’m not sure why the migration wasn’t a smooth process. Maybe the IP holders aren’t watching their emails?