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3) Podcast Apps

First, make sure you are LOGGED IN to the website by clicking the LOGIN link. If it says LOGOUT, then you are already logged in!

Click the Account menu option, then scroll down on the Account page and you’ll see your Private URL link.

Category: 3) Podcast Apps

For iPhone users, your phone already has the Podcasts app loaded on your phone and you can listen to the show there by following the instructions below. For Android users, you can download a free app like Podcast Addict. Most people can add the show to one of these podcast apps with a single click by following these instructions. Once you do, you will be able to listen to the live stream of the show (available 24/7 on a loop) and also the last 30 days worth of downloads from the archive. Additional older shows are available for download through our website only.

Here’s how you add the show to your favorite podcast app:

  1. Visit the website at https://www.derekandromaine.com, ON YOUR SMARTPHONE.
  2. Click on the Account link from the Main Menu and scroll down to the Member Links section on your Account page. You will see a link that says Private URL for Podcast Apps at the bottom. Simply click on that and the show will be added to the Podcasts app on your iPhone or Podcast Addict on Android.
  3. Open your podcast app and you should see the Derek and Romaine show listed as one of the shows available there. Click on the show in your podcast app and you will see the most recent shows ready to download and listen.
  4. To listen to the live show, look for the show labeled DNR Live Streaming Show. For Android, it may be at the top of the list of Derek and Romaine episodes in the Podcast Addict app. For iPhone users, open the show in the Podcasts app, then scroll to the bottom of My Episodes then click the link that says Available Episodes. You should see the DNR Live Streaming Show there at the top.
  5. If your vehicle has a newer car stereo that allows connections with your smartphone, you should be able to stream the live show or play any downloaded show in your app through your existing car stereo.

 

Depending on your exact smartphone brand (Android, iPhone, etc) – and the version and configuration of your Podcast App – your Podcast App may be configured to delete shows from your list of Episodes, that you have listened to. Thus if you play the DNR LIVE STREAMING SHOW to the end, it may disappear from your list of Episodes. Regardless, you should still be able to find it by listing all Available Episodes.

For the iOS 11 Podcast App, find the DNR LIVE STREAMING SHOW, and click the three dots (…) next to the Episode. The next screen should have a “Settings” menu option; click it. Then under Episodes, click “Custom Settings”. Next to “Delete Played Episodes”, make sure that is turned OFF.

Android’s Podcast Addict has similar settings to NOT do an auto cleanup where it deletes the episode once you finish listening.

Just note that after making these changes, you will have to manually delete the other played Episodes when you are done listening to them, or they may take up room in your Podcast App.

Category: 3) Podcast Apps

It’s important to understand, that the iOS Podcast App and Android’s Podcast Addict, do not officially provide any support for categorizing and playing a “Live” show. So when we launched DNR 2.0, we attempted to trick your Podcast Apps to list the DNR LIVE STREAMING SHOW Episode first, by putting a Publish Date on it, of the last day of the year. That used to work fine, until iOS 11 came out with a new Podcast App and that didn’t quite function the same.

Category: 3) Podcast Apps

After the LIVE STREAMING SHOW  ends at 7pm eastern time, if you are listening to the show via the iOS 11 Podcast app or Android’s Podcast Addict, you will hear the next Episode in your list of Episodes (yesterday’s show, etc).

However if you click back to the DNR LIVE STREAMING SHOW Episode, what was previously live from 5pm to 7pm Eastern, is simply repeated on the DNR LIVE STREAMING SHOW Episode, so you can always start from the beginning if you missed part of the show.

Category: 3) Podcast Apps

For Android devices, we hear the best feedback about Podcast Addict.

For iOS, many have tried various Apps but they typically come back to the built-in Podcast App for iOS. It seems to be the most stable App.

However it’s difficult to find the DNR Live Streaming Show in the iOS 11 Podcast App. The quickest way: Go to the bottom of the App, click Library, choose DNR 2.0, scroll all the way to the bottom of the feed and then choose “Available Episodes” and then “DNR LIVE STREAMING SHOW” should be at the top! Unfortunately you may have to repeat these steps the next time you open the app.

Category: 3) Podcast Apps

Because new subscribers were automatically downloading 700+ hours of data, and it was costing us a fortune, we made a change to the Podcast feed in 2017, where it will only load the past 30 days worth of shows. The full archive is available on the web in the Audio Archive section where you can download the individual shows that you want to hear.

Category: 3) Podcast Apps

The quickest solution, go to the bottom of the app, then go to library, choose DNR 2.0, scroll all the way to the bottom of the feed and then choose “Available Episodes” and then “DNR LIVE STREAMING SHOW” should be at the top! Unfortunately you may have to repeat these steps the next time you open the app.

Unfortunately the iOS Podcast App and Android’s Podcast Addict, do not officially provide any support for categorizing and playing a “Live” show. So we have to work around these issues.

Depending on your exact smartphone brand (Android, iPhone, etc) – and the version and configuration of your Podcast App – your Podcast App may also be configured to delete shows from your list of Episodes, that you have listened to. Thus if you play the DNR LIVE STREAMING SHOW to the end, it may disappear from your list of Episodes. Regardless, you should still be able to find it by listing all Available Episodes.

For the iOS 11 Podcast App, find the DNR LIVE STREAMING SHOW, and click the three dots (…) next to the Episode. The next screen should have a “Settings” menu option; click it. Then under Episodes, click “Custom Settings”. Next to “Delete Played Episodes”, make sure that is turned OFF.

Android’s Podcast Addict has similar settings to NOT do an auto cleanup where it deletes the episode once you finish listening.

Just note that after making these changes, you will have to manually delete the other played Episodes when you are done listening to them, or they may take up room in your Podcast App.

 

 

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