Wake up early and listen to your favourite show, follow our quick and easy steps to set up a podcast as an alarm on iPhone and iPad. We think waking up to an podcast will give you a great start to your day.
Podcast Alarms discover view shows you all the best podcasts that have been recommended by top class blogs written experts and companies at the top of the industry, this will help you find some great new shows. You can also search for the shows you know and love too, by pressing on the search icon.
At this stage you have your desired podcast episode ready to listen to and it is in your queue of episodes, ready to be set as alarms or played whenever you like.
You have been able to set an alarm from your downloaded queue of episodes but surly it can be better than that? Why not select the show you love or a selection of your favourites and have the app wake you up to the latest episodes? It's a great way to stay up to date on the latest news or topics you love.
Wake up early and listen to your favourite show, or sleep easy knowing that you wont miss the latest episode of a gripping drama. Podcast alarm is an alarm clock that plays podcasts!
Search through every podcast available right from within the app and then download any episode. That episode will then be put into an ordered queue. All thats left is to pick a time and date to play that episode. You can even queue up a weeks worth and have them all set at once.
If you know your show won’t release a new episode until late at night, then just subscribe to their show and have the app automatically download it and set the alarm for you. If you like a daily show you could set the alarm once and wake up to it for a whole year!
Podcast Alarm is a fully featured podcast player and alarm. You can set up queues of your favourite episodes and listen to them whenever you like. Why not subscribe to your favourite podcast and have the latest episode wake you up every weekday morning. There are lots of screenshots and videos in our "How to set a podcast as an alarm on iphone?" blog post.