Download Play, Look and Listen apk 5.0.5 free for Android smartphone

12 Nov
Play, Look and Listen

Posted by Apocalypse Interrupted LLC in Media & Video | Nov. 12, 2013 | 13 Comments

Apk file size: 5.7 MB

A cross-platform podcast player that can roam with you across all of your devices.

- Find and subscribe to audio and video podcasts.
- Use the application on just a single device (no account required), or use it across all of your devices by using a Dropbox account.
- Optimized for phone and tablet displays.
- Quickly get to the podcasts you care about the most with automatic folders such as "Just In", "Available Offline" and "In Progress"
- Have new episodes of your favorites download to your device automatically, optionally at scheduled intervals - no PC required!
- Enjoy part of your playlist and/or parts of episodes on one device (such as your Android-based phone or tablet) and pick up right where you left off on another device (such as your desktop PC or iPod).
- Download or stream episodes.
- Share what you're listening to/watching with your friends on Facebook.

Whats new

    - Resolved an issue where the application might crash when starting
    - New per-subscription settings
    - Additional settings for showing or hiding lists such as 'Just In' and 'Available Offline'
    - User interface refinements
    What's new in version 5.0:
    This release is an all-new implementation of Play, Look and Listen, bringing some features to Android for the first time and dramatically improving stability.

Apocalypse Interrupted LLC part of our Media & Video and have average installs from 100 to 500. Last Update Nov. 12, 2013. Google play rating is 56.5217. Current verison is 5.0.5. Actual size 5.7 MB.

Download play-look-and-listen.apk 5.7 MB


Rudy Rohr

Too little, too late. Don't buy! This company had our money for an app that didn't work for a year and finally put out an update. I'd already replaced it with Pocket Casts which always works great. This one however would not retain settings crashed often and was Beta at best. Many of us payed to be beta testers. Great concept, poor execution. I haven't tried the updated version, but history proved that any fixes are slow coming. Don't give these guys your money.

Jared Vanderford

Crashes often, but unique features Pros:I was looking for a podcast playing application that would sync to my RSS reader (Google Reader) and keep track of my progress so I can play across devices (work laptop, cell phone, home computer, and tablet) Overall this applicaiton accomplished these things, and I would reccomend it for those features. Cons: The interface is VERY basic. Kind of nice but because of the lack of explanation and the highly context sensitive settings button, it can be difficult to change the settings you want to change. Crashes all the time. Screen rotations are a guaranteed crash, and somtimes just plugging it in crashes it. Can be a hassle to get the podcast playing if say you swap from wi-fi to mobile data mid fetching, and prefer not to download the episodes. Downloading seems glitchy at best, and moved my podcasts out of unplayed and into a special label, which I did not like.. Overall it accomplishes what I wanted, even if not so simply. Features I'd like to see are fixing all the crashes, easier interface, fix the downloading, and a way to point to an RSS source that isnt' google reader, since it will be defunct soon.

Ryan Gubele

Buggy, crash-prone, and counter-intuitive tl;dr: Avoid. Purchased this app looking for a replacement for Listen, which, though terrible itself, syncs with Google Reader. On the pro side this is one of the only apps I've found so far that syncs with Reader in a sane way. Everything else is the con. This app crashes, constantly. Dock my tablet? Crash. Plug tablet in to power? Crash. Even rotating the screen causes the app to crash. The app is incredibly counter-intuitive; or perhaps just so buggy that it seems like it is. I still haven't figured out how to get it to download a podcast ahead of time. You might think it would be the download option in the context menu for the podcast. You would be wrong. At best, this seems to serve to prevent the automated download task -- which seems to run at random -- from ever picking it up. I've attempted to change from several of the default settings several times. My settings never seem to stick. Perhaps this is because the app has never shutdown cleanly, as it always manages to crash not long after I start using it. I don't really know. Or care. I'd go on, but I appear to be at the length limit for the review. Long story short, don't make my mistake: Avoid this app.

A Google User

Not working and neither is their support Purchased for Nexus 7 and Galaxy Nexus CDMA. Installed and immediately showed issues displaying authentication failures trying to log into G Reader with Google Apps and standard account. Does setup folders and tags on reader like it should but then does nothing from there. Content only works streaming when it feels like it, refuses to download audio or video on any feed. App becomes non responsive, doesn't update RSS feeds and just doesn't work on Jelly Bean or ICS. Gave support 24hrs, no response.

A Google User

Too basic, cannot go past first screen on phone

A Google User

Nice ui, but too buggy The app has a nice ui and is one of the few that actually syncs with Google. Unfortunately, it frequently hangs. Does not support some important Android features like the share menu.

A Google User

Nice idea I love the idea of syncing everywhere but the execution here is not the best. It also needs variable playback support via presto or similar.

A Google User

Thanks. Developer getting better with updates. Actually usable now.

A Google User

The only podcast player with real google sync I have been using this app for a long time, the recent version is very stable for me now. It is by far the best podcast player, with the cleanest easiest to use interface, and true 2 way google reader sync! Subscribe to a podcast on your computer in google reader and it shows up on your phone. I have one folder in google reader with all my podcasts so I just have PLL sync with that folder. Yes, it is missing a few features that would be nice, but just email the developers, the support is awesome!

A Google User

Only way to make android and iOS play nice This is nice, since it uses your google account, if you listen to a podcast on your android phone, it shows as played on your iPad, or if you use google listen, it'll mark it played and appear as played in this app on all your devices. Still needs a bit more features, but the stability keeps getting better and better. Would be nice if it had a preference to auto delete listened items after X days, currently you have to manually remove the local files.

A Google User

Having a go at it... It looks exactly like what I was looking for. Integration and two-ways syncing with Google Reader feeds. Gets my 2$ and 3 * just for putting it out there. I haven't managed to try it yet, but I'll update this review as soon as I get my dirty paws on it...

Emil Lerch

Great concept, poor execution I really wanted this to be a solution to podcast syncing. Press pause on android and play on the web. That's exactly what this app is about. Unfortunately, there are just too many technical issues. Downloads fail and retry all the time, play stops for no reason usually 20-25min into a podcast (really plays havoc with runs), and random "unable to complete the operation" messages that sometimes loses sync position or marks your podcast as played. I hope they fix these things, but now it's unusable.

A Google User

I'm still waiting for my refund

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