Finally, after over 100 episodes of our podcast, we’ve got mobile apps!
Our podcast hosting package includes development of these apps, so we’re not the ones who designed them or decide how to release them so there’s a bit of a workaround in most cases.
- Surprisingly, the most straight-forward of all of them is our Windows 8 Phone App.
- The Android version is released through the Amazon Android App Store, which means you need to have that app installed on your device to install our app. We never got an answer from the developer on whether or not it will be in the Google Play store. If and when it shows up there, we’ll let you know.
- The iOS version is an in-app purchase through Podcast Box. It’s an annoying, non-intuitive app, unfortunately.
We didn’t have any choice in almost any of these decisions. We could have had total control if we wanted to develop them ourselves, but none of us are capable of doing that.
Universally they’re all $1.99. That is the lowest price we’re allowed to offer (free was not an option, unfortunately). The money would be a straight 50/50 split between us and Libsyn, our podcast host. Any money we’d receive would go right back into the show.
If we ever have time to put together “exclusive” content from our show, this would be the place.
I know this doesn’t sound like much of a pitch for the first time that we’re selling something related to this venture but we’d love it if you guys could support us a little bit by throwing a couple of bucks our way.
Here’s the pretty graphical links to the various versions of the app:
Another Friday, another Perpetual Geek Machine podcast!
In addition to audio goodness this particular podcast is available as a video google hangout! You even get a bit of bonus material in the video, as we typically take a mid show break and cut it out. This week we break down out favorite outdoor memorial day BBQ type games. What are yours?
This is one of those shows that’s sort of all over the place. Cons, boardgames, videogames, movies, pinball, ice cream flavors, etc. Then again, we don’t like anything half assed.. otherwise we wouldn’t be such huge geeks.
Come take a ride down the nerd highway with us, won’t you?
This one is mostly about videogames. But they cover such a wide range it serves as a good reminder that “videogame” means different things to all of us. Small indie games, HUGE rts games, hell even a game you play with your ears is talked about here.
This 5 Hit Combo might be one of my favorite ones yet, and runs WAY longer than normal… but it’s worth it. Hope you enjoy the show!
Give us a listen!
I could act like I know what’s in this episode, but I just don’t feel like lying to you this week. When it came for showtime my router/modem decided to not work which sidelined me for the show. Shame too, was looking forward to it. Now I get to enjoy it as a listener, like all of you!
Bit of a different setup this week. Conflicting schedules, lack of interesting things to talk about, and a strong desire to cherry pick the back catalog resulted in this, our first Best of 5 Hit Combo episodes. We’re roughly 90 episodes into this mess, and we’ve been doing 5 Hit Combo since episode 1.
In all those episodes, a few have yielded some truly funny segments. Dan Zuccarelli has plucked a few of his favorites, and conscripted Kevin into editing them together so we can re-serve them up to you. Take a walk down memory lane with us won’t you?
Here’s the breakdown on where to find/follow us online!
This week’s show is very largely about Bioshock Infinite. While we stay as spoiler free as possible, especially since only 1/3rd of the people talking about it have completed it, we just wanted to state that up front. If you want to play the game and go in TOTALLY fresh you may want to skip over that segment of the show. I sense a spoiler filled podcast in the future about the game, but that won’t be for a little bit.