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Podcasts are becoming increasingly popular; almost every music streaming platform now supports the format, and many apps are being specially built around it. But which app or platform should you pick?

The hunt for a great podcast listening app directed me to Podbean. So, I took it as my next app for #AppyWeek with AK and tested it for a whole week to see if it makes me Appy or Unappy.

And most importantly, should you download and try Podbean for yourself or simply skip it? So here’s my week’s worth of experience, what I loved, liked, and hated in the app.

Review: Podbean Podcast App & Player for iPhone

I am an avid podcast listener and diligently follow a fair few, from tech, Harry Potter, storytelling, business to mindfulness. Managing and keeping track of them all in Apple Podcast or even Spotify becomes too tricky at times.

This is where Podbean and its numerous features come into the picture. With tools like customizable playlists, intelligent speed, volume boosts, and more, the app aims at delivering a better podcast listening experience.

What’s more

Along with your favorite podcast episode, you can also enjoy live audio stream, FM, and a bunch of free audiobooks.

Although the app also doubles as a podcast hosting platform, my agenda was to test it as a player. So, I stuck to it and just explored that side of the app.

Note: If you have any queries regarding Podcast hosting and other services, contact Harshanki, the host of The iGeeksBlog Show.

Can Podbean really make a difference?

Let me take you a bit deep inside the Podbean iOS app to help establish my point.

Episode Management

I usually catch up on episodes while commuting, doing chores, running errands, or on the weekends. Though the auto-download feature helped, I needed something more organized.

The Following tab – Podbean sports a separate following tab, wherein you can view all the podcasts you follow. You can arrange them alphabetically or in order of following or update time.

Moreover, the app maintains a handy download tally, a combined on the top of the page and an individual on each podcast’s icon. (clearly, I have a lot of episodes to catch up on)

Note: While helpful, the ‘red’ marks could be anxiety-inducing; I wish there were a setting to clear the tally, hide it or altogether disable it.

Customizable Playlist – Hands down, my most loved feature! Just create a playlist, add podcasts, and newly published episodes of selected podcasts will be auto-updated.

All you have to do is just hit play! Plus, you can also manually add episodes to a playlist, making organizing your podcasts a breeze.

The only thing missing is an auto-remove setting that could remove listened-to episodes from the playlist at regular intervals.

Audio effects

Intelligent speed – Shortens silences from an episode without distortion.

Manual speed adjustment – Slow it down to 0.5x or speed it up to 2.5x.

Volume boost – Enhances the EQ for a more booming, balanced sound.

Discover new listen-worthy podcasts

According to a recent stat, there are over 1M active podcasts. So how can you find a great fix? Via recommendations and searching through categories, trending podcasts, and more.

Well, Podbean brings a healthy mix of all this. And even though I won’t call its algorithm as intuitive as Spotify’s, it certainly does a pretty decent job.

Additionally, you can also switch the region in mere seconds. Whether you want to see trending podcasts from the US, UK, Australia, India, or Thailand…all is possible.

More than Podcasts

As briefly mentioned earlier, Podbean also offer options for:

Networks and Radio – Depending upon your region selected, you can access a host of networks/radio stations and their shows.

Audiobooks – While it will not hold a candle against the wide variety of Audible books or similar apps, Podbean offers a decent collection. I am a happy girl as it offers Harry Potter’s Stephen Fry version.

Notably, the app also supports English, German, Portuguese, Swedish, Chinese, French, Spanish, and Japanese.

Podbean vs. Castbox vs. Overcast

I was impressed with all that Podbean had to offer. But it dawned on me that before making a judgment, I should also check and explore other popular podcast listening app.

Castbox – Surprisingly, this one almost a copy of Podbean (or vice-versa); I don’t know who did it first. It has audiobooks, Livecast (live audio shows), networks, playlist options, and other similar features.

Plus, there is a meditation and sleep aid section, Zen Mode with soothing sounds, and a better Siri Shortcut Support. However, the access to playback settings and show notes is easier and smoother in Podbean.

Overcast – Now, this one is another story. It is just a platform for podcast listening and no other distractions. The interface is pretty bare-bones, but it indeed makes up for it in terms of features.

My most loved feature is that you can set custom skip intro & Outro timing for each podcast. Skipping all the small talk and directly taking me to the crux of the discussion.

Plus, its voice boost is better than the other two apps. If you want to hear podcasts pick overcast, but if you want more stuff like audio novels and live shows, Podbean or Castbox should be the one.

Is AK Appy or Unappy with Podbean?

I am somewhere in the middle; Podmean did manage to solve my critical problem of organizing and managing my podcasts. Plus, it offers free audiobooks and like rooms.

However, the features seem half-baked and well-thought of. I have to ultimately put in some additional work to manage my favorite podcasts, which gets exhausting sometimes.

So, I keep my fingers crossed, and hopefully, the developers will think about further enhancing their feature list.

AK Meter

User Interface: 🌝 🌝 🌝 🌝

Ease of access: 🌝 🌝 🌝 🌝 🌜

Features: 🌝 🌝 🌝 🌝

Fun quotient: 🌝 🌝 🌝 🌝 🌜

Audio quality and enhancement: 🌝 🌝 🌝 🌝

Episode management: 🌝 🌝 🌝 🌜

Price: Free (VIP Member – $9.99)


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With #AppyWeek with AK, I pick up an app and explore an app for a whole week. After that, I share my honest experience to help you decide whether the app is perfect for you or not.

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#Appyweek With Ak: Wysa Boasts An Ai Bot To Help With Anxiety

Oh my gosh, it’s March already! And while I am a bit shocked at how fast the time flew by, I am pretty excited because it’s Women’s History Month! To mark the occasion and honor women in tech, I have decided to test and review Wysa: Mental Health Support developed by Jo Aggarwal, the app’s co-founder and CEO.

So, what is Wysa, and why is it a potent app in today’s scenario? Because despite being important, mental well-being is often overlooked or pushed under the rug.

The stigma & ignorance surrounding it stops people from speaking out or sharing their issues. Wysa is a digital chatbot that supports users to overcome or handle their difficult times.

Wysa iPhone app review: How the AI penguin helps with depression and anxiety

Wysa is an AI-based, emotionally intelligent bot that assists users in managing their emotions and thoughts. Consider the cute-little teal penguin as your personal AI therapist, who listens and talks to you 24/7.

It employs several tools such as CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) and DBT (Dialectical Behavior Therapy) to understand your emotional and mental health and offers well-guided meditation and breathing exercises.

Some benefits of AI therapists 

No judgments – Speak your heart out or bitch about people without a worry.

Always accessible – No appointments or waiting! The chatbot is available 24/7.

Cheaper – Even if you opt for their premium version, it is still more affordable.

Plays multiple roles – It doubles as a journal and an understanding friend.

Well, these are some great perks, but nothing could beat the benefit or charm of one-to-one interaction with a therapist. Wysa wisely brings them into the picture.

Wysa also offers personal therapists!

When you need some external help from your home’s comfort, Wysa’s global mental health professionals could be of great help. You can get daily messaging support and 4 live sessions for less than $100/month.

Let’s meet the CEO & founder of Wysa

Jo Aggarwal has a pretty impressive career graph, which started with a stint at Infosys as a software engineer. She has been a part of the internet/product tech development industry since 1997.

As of now, Aggarwal handles the algorithm design, troubleshooting, and UX for Wysa. She beautifully explains her motive and mission behind the app in an interview:

We have lost loved ones to suicide, and she herself has struggled with depression – our search for useful, usable help at this time showed us the huge gap that exists in current systems of care. This led us to develop Wysa as a response so that high-quality support is always accessible for those who need help.

Accolades for Wysa 

In 2023, Wysa won the Accenture Ventures Challenge in the Responsible Technology category. Plus, ORCHA, the world’s leading health app evaluation agency, named it the ‘Best App Health & Care.’

And among other things, it is Aggarwal’s relentless work & social ethics that has led the app to this stage. The iGeeks team and I would like to appreciate and congratulate Jo Aggarwal for her passion and the efforts she has put in to build and promote mental health awareness.

Can Artificial Intelligence help with mental fitness?

After reading all the accolades about the app and Aggrawals’ life story and interviews, I was intrigued to use Wysa. From the start, a pertinent question was bugging me:

Would an AI really understand my unique set of issues and troubles? 

Well, I got my answer. To help you understand the app and its working better, I have divided my experience into parts.

The cute & colorful UI

Wysa’s icon is a teal-colored penguin, and the app continues the ‘cartoonish’ approach all the way. A calming color-story is maintained, whether you prefer the dark or light mode.

It’s pretty easy to maneuver; everything is well-labeled and approachable. It is a great thing considering some users might be low on patience initially.

The ChatBot

Wysa wants to be your 4 am friend; it says so on the main page. You can approach the chatbot any time, and it will gladly oblige. It firstly enquires your mood with the smiley’s help.

This will act as an ice breaker, and your mood will be the topic of discussion. Whether anger, gratitude, frustration, happiness, or hopelessness, it will listen to everything you have to say.

Depending upon the conversation, it will prompt you suggestions for journaling,  meditation, or relaxing exercises. Quite like a millennial, it would occasionally share funny GIFs, inspirational quotes, etc.

The audio support

Also doubling as a mindfulness app, Wysa supports an array of helpful content. Dubbed as Tool Packs, they are neatly divided into wellness, productivity, anxiety management, and more.

I love how detailed and exhaustive these categories are. A few inspire you, help you sleep better, overcome grief, and build confidence or self-esteem.

Although, there is one problem… the voice is monotonous. Whether it says love or anger or compassion, everything is in the same tone. No background music makes things boring, and the mind tends to wander off.

That was not the case during meditation sessions with Calm or Pillow. And maybe it’s just me, and it works for others, but the audio help did not impress me.


I also noticed the app smartly using hashtags. While chatting, it will prompt you to make a list of tasks, what makes you happy, etc. Later you can type in #list to edit or add new things to any list you have made; smart, right!

Daily Reminders

Mindfulness does not happen in a day; you have to practice daily. From the Notifications section in the setting, you set multiple arrays of daily or weekly reminders for yourself.


You are literally pouring your heart out and obviously wouldn’t want any third party to access the data. As per the company’s privacy policy, Wysa employs several security protocols to secure all data, including the AES-256 protocol.

And though the company stores and refers to your data to improve the AI, it doesn’t ask you intimate details like photos, phone numbers, or mail IDs.

Moreover, you can regularly reset your data from the settings to ensure your private talks remain private.

Was AK’s week with Wysa appy?

Yes and No! The start of the week, i.e., Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, was quite great as I enjoyed interacting with the Wysa bot, exploring the features, and listening to the audio content offerings.

However, the excitement quickly wore off. Majorly because all the talks got repetitive by Monday. While the app tries to learn and grow with you, it doesn’t really understand the unique set of issues and troubles you might be facing.

I could predict what the bot will ask me to do next. And not so surprisingly, as per a study, that happens with almost all AI-therapist users.


I must say the app is well built. If you need an outlet to vent about your issues and troubles, it is spot on. There are times you don’t need a professional to point out issues; just saying it out loud could make a difference.

In that sense, Wysa can be of great help to most of us. And since it is free to download and offers a decent freemium version, you should give it a try.

AK Meter (Points out of 5)

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What is Appy Week with AK?

I love observing apps and how they make our lives better from different angles. Appy Week with AK is a unique series that amalgamates my passion for apps and users’ need to find the perfect app.

Under the series, I pick and test an app thoroughly every week. Then report all my observations and experience to you guys; so you can figure out whether to skip or download it.

Check out the previous Appy Week with AK reviews:

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A self-professed Geek who loves to explore all things Apple. I thoroughly enjoy discovering new hacks, troubleshooting issues, and finding and reviewing the best products and apps currently available. My expertise also includes curating opinionated and honest editorials. If not this, you might find me surfing the web or listening to audiobooks.

Apple Could Enhance Touch Id With Trackpad Capabilities, Embed Sensor Right Into Display

Last week, Patently Apple shed light on an Apple patent filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office which covers the various aspects of its Touch ID fingerprint scanner, a new feature exclusive to the iPhone 5s.

The invention is entitled Capacitive Sensor Packaging and details collapsing the full fingerprint maps into a hashed, encrypted data securely stored on the A7 chip’s Secure Enclave. It’s curious that the patent’s main inventor, Wayne Westerman, developed Multi-Touch technology at Fingerworks, a startup Apple snapped up in 2005.

In another massive 612-page patent application Apple filed with the World Intellectual Property Organization in May 2013, the iPhone maker indicates it’s been researching mobile screens with Touch ID embedded, along with trackpad capabilities allowing for panning of on-screen content by moving your finger over the Touch ID Home button…

Eric Slivka, writing for MacRumors, highlights one embodiment explaining how moving your finger right to left across the Touch ID-enabled Home button could pan a map.

It gets better: you could move your finger upward across the Home button to invoke the iOS multitasking interface (as illustrated below), which is normally triggered by double-pressing the Home button.

Adding the ability to recognize presses of various durations for the Touch ID home button and even sensors for detecting how hard the button is being pressed could offer even more powerful user interface navigation capabilities right from the Home button.

Where it gets really interesting is the possibility of integrating the Touch ID sensor right into a mobile device’s display. This means that future iOS devices could theoretically sport a display which doubles as a Touch ID fingerprint reader.

“In one example, the area of a display representing the device’s email app could require a valid fingerprint touching the icon in order for authorization to be granted,” he explains.

Actually, the well-informed Mark Gurman of 9to5Mac learned from his sources back in July that Apple has been experimenting with a technology which could embed a fingerprint reader into a high-resolution Multi-Touch display.

“Sources warn, however, that the technology to implement the sensor into a display will only be available multiple years into the future and it does not seem immediately intuitive to have a fingerprint reader on a watch,” he cautioned.

Apple’s invention covers other use cases, including:

Enhanced touch typing recognition through sensing which fingers are touching the keys 

Using pressure and movement sensing to turn the home button into a simple game controller 

Using revolving “scroll wheel” motions on the home button to navigate through multitasking app listings 

Using fingerprint verification to enforce parental controls on age-rated media content, restrict maximum device volume, or automatically increase font sizes for children, seniors, or visually-impaired users 

Autofilling web forms or loading personalized web pages based on fingerprint identification 

Supporting multi-user profiles including authorized and guest profiles through fingerprint authorization 

Authorizing location “check-ins”, mobile payment information, or photo/document author tagging based on fingerprint identification 

Supporting simultaneous multi-user configurations by allowing users to define separate areas of a device’s screen for drawings, notes, or other content based on fingerprint recognition

Touch ID embedded into the display isn’t necessarily for the iPhone or iPad, mind you.

And now for some clarity.

My biggest gripe is failing to comprehend how letting us dynamically designate any area of the display as a sensing region for the fingerprint would be beneficial to anyone. Literally hundreds upon hundreds of millions of Apple users are now familiarized with the Home button. It’s because of this familiarity that Touch ID implementation on the iPhone 5s requires no learning curve whatsoever.

Changing our muscle memory to using the iPhone’s screen itself for fingerprint scanning – again, without any concrete UX benefit – would mark a step back in terms of user experience, methinks. I also fear that the costs associated with outfitting four-inch screens with Touch ID would prevent such technology from being mainstreamed on iPhones.

AppleInsider comes to the rescue – it could be useful for multi-user support and per-app security:

In the most basic user identification claim, the patent details a system for creating multiple individual user profiles — similar to user accounts found on OS X — and unlocking to the profile associated with a specific fingerprint. Apple even details a “guest mode,” a feature iPad owners have been clamoring for since the tablet’s release.

Permissions-based profiles make an appearance as well, with the patent contemplating a device shared by a family with young children. A tap from a child’s finger would not be allowed to open the Settings application, for instance, while a parent’s tap would be accepted.

Apple applies the same concept to app security on a broader level. Using a fingerprint sensor embedded in the display, the operating system can permit or deny access to individual users on a per-app basis — one user would be permitted to open a banking application, for example, while a different user would not, even without changing user profiles.

Also, enter iWatch.

Now we’re talking, eh?

That would change the game completely and allow for just the kind of seamless and frictionless user experiences Apple is famous for. And if the company is really serious about mobile payment as its latest job post suggests, in the future people may be able to authorize mobile payments just by touching their iWatch’s Touch ID-enabled screen.

Does that sound too sci-fi for you?

How You Can Use Iot To Enhance Your Business Operations

Increase Energy Efficiency

The marketplace for smart houses and company thermostats is anticipated to grow by 20% within the upcoming several decades. Being in a position to track the usage of electricity at commercial construction and tweak light, water, use, and temperature may lower energy waste.

HVAC tends to utilize a good deal of electricity in business buildings, therefore the increase of smart thermostats opens up a very important chance to decrease costs and increase ROI. It is estimated that smart thermostats have cut electrical bills by 25 percent in houses that utilize them across the united states. And we could expect similar economies in commercial properties.

A wise thermostat may lower heating and cooling to a minimum when employees are not at the workplace, and maximize it as it’s. Bright thermostats offer almost instant ROI when you employ them in your offices.

Replace Custodians With Automatic Vacuums

The custodial staff could be anything from key to some disruption into a serious security issue. Additionally, they can be pricey. Your company can save money and remain clean with a couple of robotic vacuums out of Roomba or even Eufy.

You are also able to bring on your custodians for a clean every month and then leave the remainder to the machinery. And do not worry: With the amazing powers of IoT, they will inform you when they need draining.

Track Equipment

Asset management can be a significant hassle for any company that does not have workers bring their own apparatus. Distributing company telephones, notebooks, and other electronic equipment signifies it all needs to be monitored in a database. Who’s that notebook, when did they accept this, and when is it back? It may take weeks or days to determine where a lost device went.

However, with IoT tags like the Aruba strength tracker, you could always find your apparatus, wherever they are.

Boost Productivity With Smart Coffee Machines

Also read: 10 Top Android Apps For Personal Finances

Reduce Operating Costs

IoT solutions will help companies increase costs and remain competitive. In production, smart devices can be of assistance to monitor gear and decrease downtime. They could forecast misalignments and failures on your manufacturing line.

Understand Consumer Behavior

Understanding how customers believe is very important to the achievement of your company. With the Internet of Things apparatus, businesses can gather, track, and assess consumer information from societal networking, cellular, video, and Web use. This allows business analysts predict customer preferences so that firms can more efficiently design services and products and extend value-added attributes for superior involvement.

Improve Productivity

IoT devices will help your production firm evaluate demand and better handle production phases by doing real-time monitoring of raw materials and components. Businesses can collect employee data to locate their most effective work schedules and program vital meetings and tasks.

Bright devices can also improve facility direction by telling workers about technical disruptions.

Facilitate Administrative Assistance

Smart technology is present in several forms, and a number of the biggest-selling programs are for automatic locks, lights, and thermostats. More folks are using virtual assistants to join all-wise devices into a single system.

Also read: 10 Best Saas Marketing Tools And Platforms For 2023

Lowers Company Security Risks

Virtual assistants may be connected with safety systems to provide business owners gain access to greater security and remote observation. With intelligent safety, houses and businesses can lock their doors turn lights off and on, and even function window drapes!

As smart technologies improve, we could expect a more cohesive potential for smart houses and companies. More intelligent technology devices are going to be connected to make more consistent expertise and include more services, such as safety systems that allow remote monitoring.

Telecommuting is getting more popular, and so connected safety technologies have serious implications for business owners and executives. Some estimates state that 70 percent of business workers operate at least a portion of this week. Since you and your employees probably telecommute occasionally, it is crucial to set a company security system you could track and fix remotely.

Whenever you aren’t at the workplace, you may use smart technologies to test for suspicious activity in the construction, control locks, and also receive alarms for any safety breaches.

The goal of smart tech is to make your home life easier, more comfortable, and efficient. But business owners also are discovering that the same line of smart devices can save their company money and increase efficiency and safety.

We can expect smart technology and IoT to affect businesses more over the next few years, and we hope you’re a part of it!

Control Your Windows Desktop With Your Xbox 360 Controller

The Xbox 360 controller has quite the storied history. In addition to being the controller used on one of the most popular, revolutionary gaming consoles of all time, it also popularized XInput in PC gaming which helped bring to light more gamepad-centric titles on the PC platform.

If you own a PC and a 360 pad, you likely enjoy your fair share of PC gaming. What you might not enjoy is the fact you can’t just control your PC with your Xbox 360 controller, even though it works fine in most of your games.

In this article we’ll be discussing how to utilize your 360 controller on Windows. With the help of Gopher360, an excellent open-source application, you can enjoy full gamepad control of the PC platform. If you’re a Linux user, you should check out our similar article on doing this with Ubuntu.

Installing Gopher360

All you need to do is insert your 360 Controller, and you’re good to go! You’ll automatically go through this screen if you already have it inserted, though.

How to Use Gopher360

For an in-depth guide on Gopher’s functions, you can always check out the page on Github. However, I’ll give you some of my own control tips based on my own usage of the program.

Your left analog stick functions as your mouse while the right works as a scroll wheel. By default, the sensitivity is at its highest – using “LB” you can toggle through three different sensitivites. I prefer the lowest so I can easily use Netflix from my bed as precision with high-sensitivity analog sticks is extremely difficult.

In fact, it’d be really nifty if “Y” and “B” acted as back and forward mouse buttons, respectively… but let’s not get into hypothetical situations.

Finally, the Back button on the controller itself (that is, the one to the left of the Xbox Button) is used to toggle this functionality. This means that one moment you can be using your controller as a mouse, which you can use to launch a game, and then toggle it back to regular controller mode usent in your game.

This toggle functionality, in particular, is what sets Gopher apart from other solutions I’ve seen online.

Other Considerations

Of course, there are better solutions. The Steam Controller is a gamepad specifically devoted to acting as an alternative to keyboard and mouse, and from what I’ve heard, it does quite a good job.

However, if you already have a 360 pad and prefer it for playing games, there’s no real reason to spend $40 on a Steam Controller.

If the solution covered in this article seems unwieldly to you, if you’d really just prefer keeping your controllers and mice separate, then I would recommend using a device like the Rii Mini which functions as a wireless combination of mouse and keyboard. This allows you full PC control without sitting right at your desk/in front of your TV.

Christopher Harper

I’m a longtime gamer, computer nerd, and general tech enthusiast.

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Access All Your Cloud Accounts With Cloudkafe

Sign up for a free account with the cloud storage management service. You’ll have a choice to use the Facebook login. However, it’s recommended to use a fresh set of login credentials. As you verify your email address, you will be taken to your Cloudkafe main account page. Here you will find 6 categories which are used to group cloud services as per their probable usability.

1. Documents: SugarSync, Dropbox, Box, Google Drive and SkyDrive.

3. Videos: Youtube, Vimeo.

4. Notes: Evernote and Catch.

5. Contacts: Google and Yahoo contacts.

6. Music: This segment is yet to have any services listed.

You will now have to add/authorize your accounts one by one. Just head over to the categories you wish to add the services and authorize access to them one at a time. With all the services you need are connected, you can have a complete view of your data online. You can open the files, move them within the service. Alternatively, you can download them too (for some of them) if you need to. A simple feature to download Youtube videos (that you had uploaded earlier) might been a nice addition to Cloudkafe. The interface looks a little gawky at some screens but is overall quite simple and easy to use.

The great thing about using Cloudkafe is that you can search for something in all the services in one go, which is really very helpful. The app, however, do not allow you to move files across different services which is a bummer. Other premium services has cap on how much bandwidth you can use every month which could be frustrating if you are transferring large files. Thankfully Cloudkafe has no such bar on bandwidth usage. Cloudkafe is completely free and with all features available, it indeed works great for most people.

Related Reading: Access and Backup your Cloud accounts with Primadesk

Soumen Halder

Soumen is the founder/author for Ampercent, a tech blog that writes on computer tricks, free online tools & software guides.

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