"Board Gamers Anonymous: The Podcast" is now on Stitcher!

Board Gamers Anonymous, part-blog & part-podcast, has widened its reach to include the Stitcher app, which encompasses 25,000 radio shows & podcasts.

But don’t get the idea that just anyone can post to Stitcher. It’s a curated network where all submissions must meet a few criteria before being accepted.

The best part of Stitcher is that it’s not iTunes. Now, Apple’s not a bad company, merely ubiquitous. So, any app that’s just as good as an Apple app is worth downloading. The file’s a lot smaller than iTunes, so it’s very smooth and fast.

In addition to the iPhone/iPad, the Stitcher app can be downloaded for Android, Nook & Kindle Fire.

There are a number of easy-to-use playback features, including variable speeds. Depending on how many people are speaking on the podcast, I’ll set it to 2x for solo podcasters and 1.5x for a multitude of voices.

It’s a great way to get a lot of gaming goodness in a short period of time!

The Board Gamers Anonymous podcast publishes every other Sunday, and will be switching to a weekly podcast starting August 24th.

  • Drew is a contributor to the Board Gamers Anonymous podcast. He's a curator by nature, compulsively reading and obsessively organizing what he's read. He's also been a gamer since the age of 3, which means he's been playing board games for... let's just say more than 40 years, and leave it at that...

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