Release Notes: This release fixes a compatibility bug with Python 2.6 on recent versions of Ubuntu Jaunty, and includes two other fixes that did not make it into the 0.15.0 release. Users having problems with the previous versions are recommended to upgrade.
Release Notes: This release can resume downloads between sessions, and remembers the episodes that are downloading on exit. The file and folder naming has been improved, so that files and folders are now human-readable and easy to look at with a file manager. A new tool, gpodder-backup, makes it possible to back up and restore settings and downloads.
Release Notes: The Spanish, Russian, Finnish, Swedish, and French translations have been updated. Some bugs in the user interface have also been fixed. This release is recommended for all users of previous versions.
Release Notes: YouTube user channels can now be used as video podcasts that download mp4 files. The user interface has been improved and gPodder can now upload and download podcast lists to my.gpodder.org.
Release Notes: This release fixes bugs discovered since the 0.13.0 release and updates four translations. It is recommended for all users to upgrade, especially if they have problems subscribing to certain feeds with version 0.13.0.
Release Notes: This release adds support for Media Transfer Protocol-based MP3 players (sync support) and implements usability interface changes. Some bugs found since the previous version have been fixed.
Release Notes: Several Maemo-related bugs have been fixed. HTTP errors are detected and reported when downloading files. Problems with wrong data from RSS feeds (progress display) were fixed. Advanced error handling when libgpod is not available was implemented.
Release Notes: This release updates the Swedish translation, fixes problems with the cover downloader, corrects dialog behaviour of dialog windows, and corrects the podcast list sorting. Some minor problems with legacy encodings and episode file sizes have also been fixed.
Release Notes: This release features a new SQLite-based backend for saving local podcast data. This speeds up the processing and display of podcasts and also improves maintainability and stability. Usability improvements that have been suggested in the May 2008 User Test have also been implemented.
Release Notes: This release features minor feature upgrades, a revised main menu, and speedier updates when refreshing feeds. A few translations have been updated.