Love our podcast but don’t have iTunes or Stitcher? You’re in luck! Google Play has added podcasts to their music gallery. You can now listen to your favorite podcasts wherever you are with your Google-powered device.
And, of course, your favorite pagan podcast, Reaching for the Moon, is listed there, too!
Follow This Link directly to our podcast in the Google Play store to subscribe. If you’re on your mobile device, follow the steps below:
How to Find and Subscribe to your Favorite Podcast in Google Play Music
- Launch the Google Play Music app from your Home Screen or from the app drawer.
- Tap the menu button on the top left of the screen. It’s three horizontal lines.
- Tap Podcasts.
- Search for a Podcast using one of the three methods:
- Top Charts: A limited collection of podcasts that are either promoted or have the most listeners. This is the “main page” of Google Play Music podcasts.
- All Categories: Tap this to reveal a list of categories. The top rated podcasts in each category will appear when you tap each one.
- Search: Tap the search button on the top right of your screen to search for podcasts by title or subject matter. Podcasts appear under the Podcasts heading in your search results. For example, to find our podcast type: Reaching for the Moon
- Tap the podcast to which you’d like to subscribe.
- Tap the Subscribe button.
- Tap the checkbox next to Auto-download if you’d like to always automatically download the latest three episodes.
- Tap the checkbox next to Notifications if you’d like to receive a notification when new episodes are uploaded.
- Tap Playback order to choose to play episodes from newest to oldest or oldest to newest.
- Tap Subscribe.
Then you’re all set! You’ll be subscribed to our podcast and you’ll never miss an episode. The latest episode will always be waiting in your Google Play Music app.
There’s way more you can do with podcasts inside the Google Music Play app. From managing your subscriptions to sharing your favorite episodes with your friends, you can do it all. Our friends at AndroidCentral have some step-by-step guides to help you do it all.